Letterheads are essential for professional communication. They make sure that the recipient knows who the correspondence comes from, not only because they contain logos and contact information, but also because of the paper chosen and the Pantone® inks used. Most of our premium paper options come in matching envelopes, to ensure consistency. Second sheets, printed with the same art as the first sheet but without the address and contact details, are also available for longer documents or internal messages.
Please note that the 1 & 2 colour printing method doesn’t allow for bleeds.
For letterhead with Full Colour printing, please check out our Full Colour Letterhed.
Many orders are placed for 8.5" x 11" pages on 24lb Smooth Writing stock. Printed in 2 colours on the front (2/0), 1 & 2 Colour Letterheads can also be printed using linen text for a unique look and feel.
Logo-only second sheets are also popular for internal communication. To request second sheets, place a separate order for Letterhead with just the logo graphic. Make sure to order the same stock and printing method.
For orders requiring 4 colour printing, please check out our Full Colour Letterhead.
Using letterhead helps you maintain brand identity and make an impression with written communication, whether you're sending external letters or internal memos. It helps bring a personal touch to remote correspondence.
What does printing with Pantone mean?
Pantone is a colour matching system that is widely used in the printing industry. The Pantone ink system consists of several colour books, and each ink is defined by its own number. Pantone inks are pre-made and mixed to get the exact colour that you need, and this pre-mixed ink is used on the printing press. This ensures colour consistency throughout the entire print run.
How can I create Pantone artwork with Adobe software?
We created detailed articles on how to add Pantone artwork in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Indesign:
How to create a Pantone ink design in Adobe Illustrator
How to create a Pantone ink design in Adobe InDesign
What information should be on letterhead?
A letterhead usually includes the following information: legal business name, company logo, company address, phone number, fax number, email address, company website, company registration number.