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Standard letterhead paper

Standard letterhead paper


With professional letterhead paper, you will ensure that you make the right impression on your clients and business partners. Whether it’s for a letter or invoice – design your letter sheet according to your wishes and needs.

  • A6, A5 or A4
  • Can be printed all over
  • A range of materials
  • Special colours possible
  • Minimum order 100 units

How to place an order (or get a quote)

Standard letterhead paper - place the order

1. Size

A4
(21 x 29.7 cm)
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A5
(14.8 x 21 cm)
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A6
(10.5 x 14.8 cm)
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Buy letterheads online: an office essential

Are you always writing letters? Does your company need to send out a lot of official correspondence in the post? If so, a professional company letterhead is a must-have!

It is to your advantage to let your customers know who is writing to them right away. A clear and signature logo design not only makes life easier for your clients, but also gives a sleek and professional impression. A professional letterhead isn't just a logo though. It is also a good idea to include vital company information such as contact details and an address, so your customers know how to reply to you.

A wide range of options for all your needs

We know that different letters are different lengths, and that's why letterheads can be printed on a range of paper sizes. A6 or A5 sizes are perfect for shorter correspondences - a standard order confirmation, a letter of thanks, or perhaps an invoice. A4 sized letterheads are great for longer, more official letters.

Letterheads can be printed on a range of materials for different occasions and companies. If your company offers premium services, you might be looking to reflect this in letterheads printed on a more luxurious paper. Heavier papers, such as our 120gsm offset or 100gsm white linen papers, have this effect. There is even an option of adding a lily-shaped watermark if you want to get really classy!

If you send letters daily, however, you are probably focused on balancing great quality with a reasonable price. Our remaining papers offer you the chance to use a professional paper without breaking the bank. Check out the 80gsm recycled paper - a reasonably prices, sustainable choice which shows just how much you care about the environment.

You also have the option to make something really special out of your letterheads. The option to use a full coverage print or special coloured inks means you can create something really unique. For example, design a celebratory letterhead for an occasion with special colours for that high-quality feel. If you run an art or design company, order a letterhead printed all over with your work - it makes a great way to convey what you do, as well as serving all classic letterhead purposes.

You also have the option to make something really special out of your letterheads. The option to use a full coverage print or special coloured inks means you can create something really unique. For example, design a celebratory letterhead for an occasion with special colours. If you run an art or design company, order a letterhead printed all over with your work - it makes a great way to convey what you do, as well as serving all classic letterhead purposes.

Creative company letterheads

In fact, expressing yourself using an artistic letterhead isn't as new an idea as you'd think.

Letterheads have a long history of being impressive pieces of design. Though they have their humble beginnings as mere company logos, they developed in the early 20th Century to become intricate pieces of art - a necessity to stand out from the crowd. This continued into the late 20th Century, as artists and film makers used bright colours and unorthodox designs as a form of rebellion from their more conventional forefathers. Take a look at Andy Warhol's old letterhead if you want a great example! To this day, designers are still developing letterheads - mixing old and new to continue this form of art. So be a part of it - challenge your self and see where your letterhead design will fit into the story.

If you're thinking of buying letterheaded paper, you might also be interested in finishing them off with personalised envelopes. Take a look at printed envelopes and match them perfectly to your letterhead! If you're looking for something extra special, envelopes with special finishes are bound to tick all your boxes.