We offer many different paper types and finishes in a variety of popular sizes. We also have two unique sizes: Pano (Panaromic) and Square; for when you need something a little different to standout from the crowd.
We also have perfect match envelopes to choose from. Just add the card size you need to your cart, and we'll show the perfect match envelopes to go with them.
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One of the popular sizes of greeting cards. Starts out as a 7" x 10" sheet, and folds along a prescored line to 5" x 7". (Also known as A7 size)details/order
A common card size for wedding invitations and more. Starts out as a 5.5" x 8.5" sheet, and folds along a prescored line to 4.24" x 5.5". (Also known as A2 size)details/order
Sometimes referred to as Large Card size, this size is sure to make an impact. Starts out as a 8.5" x 11" sheet, and folds along a prescored line to 5.5" x 8.5".details/order
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Red River Paper carries all of the most common sizes of greeting card paper.
The standard greeting card sizes are A2, A6, A7, 5x5, 5x7, 6x9, DL, and various square dimensions like 4x4, 6x6, and 8x8 inches. These sizes offer a range of options for different design preferences and content requirements. We've listed common card sizes below.
Remember that these sizes represent the dimensions of the folded card. If you're designing a card, make sure to account for the fold and any bleed area needed for printing. Additionally, custom sizes are also possible, depending on your printing provider and the purpose of the card. Always check with your printer for their specific guidelines and requirements.