Custom Brochures

Give customers the full story.

  • 3 fold formats available
  • Perfect for advertising products & services
  • Shipped pre-folded & ready to use
  • Holders available on select sizes (see below)
  • Choose a template or upload your own design

Description

Brochure printing: An organized way to share information.

Have a lot to say about your business? A custom brochure is a marketing staple that gives you an extra room to tell your business story, present your prospects with products and services or simply promote sales. Compact and versatile, business brochures can be distributed at events, sent as mailing inserts or placed on office countertops.
Start creating your brochures by choosing the fold, size and finish that works best for you, then add in holders for a polished and organized look (available on select sizes). You can then upload your own brochure design or choose one of our templates which can be filtered by industry, color or style. And if you want to make your brochures look extra professional and neat, check out our detailed guide on how to make brochures or read our quick tips for creating a brochure.

Real Estate

Medical

Hotel

Construction

Political

Sports

Automotive/Car

Spa

Fold Options

Start by choosing the right fold option for your brochures.
bi-fold

Bi-Fold

  • 4 printable sections
  • Folded in two
  • 3 sizes
  • Best for: Conferences or presentations
tri-fold

Tri-Fold

  • 6 printable sections
  • Folded like a letter
  • 4 sizes
  • Best for: Menus, lists of services
z-fold

Z-Fold

  • 6 printable sections
  • Folded like an accordion
  • 1 size
  • Best for: Sales and events

Size & Accessories

Stock & Finish Options

Note: All finishes are applied to the entirety of your brochures, inside and out.

Design & Layout Tips

As you start designing, keep the following key tips in mind to make the most of your brochures.
writing

1. Think about your text.

 

Before you start, spend some time thinking about what you want to say. Keep sentences short and focused and consider highlighting essential information in bulleted sections.

brochure visuals

2. Pick your visuals.

 

The images in your brochure should support your core message not compete with it. So, keep it simple and choose a few relevant, high-quality pictures.

brochure layout

3. Lay out your content.

 

Look at the amount of content you have to include to decide which fold is best for you. Then choose a template and start adding your information.

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