Once you have you are envelopes picked out, you need to figure out how to get your design printed on them. Sounds easy right? It will be much easier if you know a few key points about envelope printing.
Some Folks to Know: The Pre-Press Department
Now that you've made your way past the fast talking (but hopefully friendly) sales rep, you may have to talk with another type of envelope enthusiast — the Pre-Press department. You can visit https://www.luxfordprint.com.au/radiology/ to know more about printing services.
While not as intimidating as speaking to an ink-covered pressman in the middle of a loud warehouse, pre-press workers are still pretty techincally involved and close to the front lines.
They may sit at computers all day like most office workers, but they will spout out print jargon you've never heard. Someone in the department is bound to have some customer service skills, so you can usually ask for some clarification.
Going through your sales rep for artwork issues is not usually a good idea, because they often do not have any artwork training.
Pre-press can also make changes to your art if necessary, in the event that you cannot make the changes yourself. Some changes may incur fees, but you should be notified of these.
Most pre-press departments also handle typesetting. If you have absolutely nothing, they can at least type up an address for you, in the font of your choice and stick it on an envelope!