Free InDesign Templates: Business Cards, Letterheads and Envelopes


It’s good to be back! I think this is my longest gap between posts. I posted my previous entry last week (August 5), but something went wrong last Friday. Traffic was so huge, my previous host had to take us down. I immediately transferred to a much bigger host but it took me sometime to bring the site up. After it went back online, I felt I have to post something right away. So now I am sharing four sets of InDesign templates of business cards, letterheads with matching envelopes.

I previously shared with you three sets of business cards and letterheads (without envelopes) in Illustrator format. A lot of people were asking me to share similar templates in InDesign. So here I am giving away four sets of InDesign templates that I previously created for some clients but were not approved. It’s not that these designs are done in bad taste, but because we know how a lot people have different kind of design preferences. So if you like these designs and you feel that it suits you or your client’s taste, then they’re all yours.

We have here four designs for four different kinds of businesses — an architectural firm, food and beverage company, telecommunications company, and a yoga fitness studio. All of these designs contain pure vector and text elements so they’re pretty small in file sizes. All letterheads are in letter format sized 8.5 by 11 inches, business cards are in standard US size of 3.5 by 2 inches, while envelopes are in 9.5 by 4.125 inches. All InDesign source files were done in Adobe InDesign CS4 Windows version. But as usual, I have also created INX files for Apple Mac users and those who have CS3.

You can download everything in one small archive file from the link provided below. Hope you like them all. Enjoy.

1. Architectural Firm


2. Food and Beverage Company


3. Telecommunications Company


4. Yoga / fitness club or studio


Download link:
Free InDesign Templates of Business Cards, Letterheads and Envelopes – 890KB


  1. Tim 13 August, 2009 at 12:28

    I like the designs, but the US Post Office won’t. Why do you have critical design in #’s 3 and 4 where the postmarks/stamps should be?

  2. Graphire 13 August, 2009 at 14:36

    Hi Tim. Good point on the post office markings on the envelopes. Sorry I forgot to adjust the designs accordingly because these were all preliminary design studies. But nevertheless, you can easily adjust everything in the layout to fit your design needs. Thanks.

  3. Elizabeth Tombrello 11 March, 2010 at 06:45

    Let me begin by saying I have been a longtime fan, first time commenter. I thought I might as well say thanks for posting this piece (and all your others), and I’ll be back!

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