Want to save on postage? Choose our modified rectangular envelopes for your square card order. Modified rectangular envelopes are specially designed to fit our square cards securely inside and allow you to mail them with regular postage. Address the envelope horizontally, and the flap will be on the side.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Premium DoubleThick™ Matte: 240 lb., 35 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Beau Small Classic
Mrs Eaves All Small Caps
Mrs Eaves Roman
Roman All Caps
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White Fitted Rectangular
Deep Red Square
Antique Gold Shimmer
Platinum Silver Shimmer
Pearl White Shimmer
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Please note that USPS charges an additional fee ranging from 20¢ to 44¢ to mail square envelopes. To avoid this fee, please select our modified rectangular envelopes during the personalization process instead of the default square envelopes.
"The card looked excellent online, but recieved it with white background instead of brown as shown in the picture. After calling customer service and getting new ones shipped in the correct color, they turned out awesome! The new ones shipped in 2 days as well."
"This was my second order with tinyprints and I was again very pleased with the invitation itself. It came out exactly how I wanted it and looked great with the additional details I added to it before mailing them out to our family. I was NOT pleased with the Antique Gold Shimmer Envelopes that I ordered. I previously used the regular white rectangular envelopes that do not require extra postage, but this time I wanted to make the overall presentation a little more formal and was willing to pay the extra postage. The finish on these envelopes does not absorb the ink from your printer. Next I tried a regular ball point pen, but the envelopes are so dark it didn't show very well. I ended up having to use a Sharpie marker. Not the look I was going for! Save yourself some time, hassle and money by using the free white envelopes."