Handwritten Envelopes maximize open rates - the Pensaki alternatives

If your message is sent in an envelope with a handwritten address, it stands out 100% within the mail stack. Such envelopes make the recipients curious because these envelopes express esteem for the addressee. The result is opening rates of practically 99%. Ordinary mail uses printed addresses. Such envelopes disappear on the pile with other mail.  A handwritten envelope proves impressively that the sender is aware of the importance of such details. That's why hand addressed envelopes massively improve direct mail response rates.

Type Envelope1S 

Here only the recipient's address is handwritten on the envelopes.

Type Envelope2S 

Here both the recipient's address and the sender address are handwritten on the envelopes.

Type Envelope3

Here both the recipient's address and the sender address are handwritten on the envelopes, on the front of the envelopes.

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Are you interested in evaluating a tailor-made handwritten campaign with Pensaki?

With at least 500 letters we can offer you interesting commercial conditions. Talk to us!

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Anna Brunner


"We have invited several thousand executives to our festival with handwritten Pensaki invitations and the response was great."

Michaela Seika


"Good old handwriting boosts leads for DIGITAL Oracle Eloqua CAMPAIGN. Lead conversion rate of around 40%! Like it."

Stephan Kreissler

Forum Mediaplanung

"We've achieved an attendance record at our event and received a lot of great feedback, largely due to the Pensaki's (handwritten) invitation".

Dominic Multerer

Dominic Multerer GmbH

"PENSAKI delivers great results. It's unusual and effective."

Jakob Becker


"Superbe online service, indistinguishable from a (human) handwritten card. We are a satisfied customer for several years already."

Charlie Hutton

Bestselling Marketing Author

"Pensaki is possibly the coolest marketing service I've seen, and this is due to their on demand, handwritten, direct mail services"