Why Isn’t the Address Centered on My Response Card Envelopes?
Many customers who have ordered printed response envelopes wonder why the address is centered from left to right on the front of the envelope, but not from top to bottom, the text sitting slightly lower than center on the envelope. This is not a mistake; the text is supposed to fall slightly lower on the front of the envelope to make room for the stamp that will later be placed on it. With a slightly lowered address, the stamped envelope has a non-crowded, balanced look, not a crowded one. See below:
Are your RSVP Envelopes sealable & mailable?
We ran into an issue with a different paper supplier for RSVP envelopes where they didn’t have sealing glue and were listed as "not mailable". Just wanted to verify that yours were! We were specifically looking at the T4E RSVP envelopes.
– by Tim
Yes the RSVP envelopes are mailable and do have a glue adhesive.
At the moment we only sell our response card size linen envelopes with a square flap. However stay tuned as this may change soon
Your RSVP envelopes are too small, whats the next best envelope size?
Our standard RSVP envelope measures 3 5/8 x 5 1/8 and is the most common size used for RSVP & reception cards. If you need a slightly larger envelope then you should consider an A2 – 4 3/8 x 5 3/4 envelope. Our collection of A2 envelopes include all the most popular weights. colors and paper finishes.
What is the flap size of the RSVP envelopes?
Measuring from the top of the envelope to the bottom of the flap, the height is 1 11/16 inches.
Measuring from the top of the envelope to the bottom of the flap, the height is 1 19/32 inches.