Square Saddle Stitch Brochures
Say what you need to say and look good doing it with our square saddle stitch brochures! Perfect for catalogues, timetables, reports and more, design square saddle stitched booklets to your exact specifications.
Square saddle stitch booklet printing options
All our full colour square brochures are printed on high quality 150gsm silk paper (for the inner pages and cover, as standard). However, a variety of other paper weights and material options are available – please see the Specifications tab for additional details.
Strong staples are then inserted in the spine to bind the brochure pages together. We recommend saddle stitching for smaller brochures and booklets of between 8 and 40 pages. For thicker brochures please see our square perfect bound brochures.
Add some of our finishing options for an additional ‘wow’ factor. Create laminated brochures – choose from Gloss, Matt or Soft-Touch for a pleasant, velvety feel. Add Spot UV, foiling (10 colours available), debossing or embossing to draw attention to your company name, logo or contact information. Add perforated sections to easily provide tear-out coupons or vouchers.
Top tip! What is saddle stitch binding? Perfect binding vs saddle stitch – the pros and cons? If you have questions regarding binding types please take a look at our handy binding guide.
Create your own square saddle stitch brochure design using our free, downloadable booklet templates or take advantage of our in house design services.
Alternative square saddle stitch brochures uses
A corporate brochure is a way to give customers a brief taste of what you’re offering; they set the scene for everything to come. So it’s important to make sure your printed brochures are perfect.
With more and more companies attempting to think outside the box, when it comes to brochure printing you need to get creative. Our square brochures are a subtle twist on tradition, and are sure to stand out.
Print your square saddle stitch brochures with variable data (choose page numbers, dates, individual graphics, information or contact details) and add a QR code for ease of navigation to your online resources.
Our custom printed square saddle stitch booklets come with fast, free delivery and quick order turnaround.
Should you have any questions regarding a square saddle stitch brochure UK or worldwide order, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team today.
Square: 150mm x 150mm
Square: 200mm x 200mm
Square: 210mm x 210mm
The cover is included in the total number of pages in your brochure, pages are printed on both sides.
Additional pages can be added to the specified counts above*
Printed in 4 colour CMYK throughout
- 5 Colour
- Pantone colours
- Black throughout
Brochures are printed on 150gsm silk paper throughout on cover and inner pages
Upgrade cover to a heavier weight paper of 170gsm up to 350gsm*
Inner paper weight can be reduced down to 90gsm or increased to up to 250gsm*
We also print on Uncoated, Matt coated and Gloss (at no extra cost)
Recycled, Bright white and Designer papers*
Folded, saddle stitched (stapled) and trimmed
Square sized envelopes can be supplied if required, plain or printed*
Items below and those marked with * above will result in a change in price if you choose them.
- Gloss, Matt, Silk or Soft Touch Lamination
- Spot Gloss UV varnish
- Silver, Gold or Coloured Foiling
- Embossing or De-bossing
- Die Cutting
- Fold out 6 page Cover
- 1st and 2nd Class Mailing
What is saddle stitching?
Saddle stitching is a bookbinding method which is very similar to stapling. This method assembles brochure pages by first nesting several folded double-leaf spreads on top of each other (starting with the middlemost pages and finishing with the outer cover leaf).
The brochure pages are then stitched together by threading lengths of metal wire (similar to staples) through all pages along the central crease line.
What are the advantages of saddle stitching?
Saddle-stitched brochures are cost-effective to produce, and can be laid fairly flat while open; which means the inner edge of the print won’t get lost in the spine area of the brochure. The latter also makes them ideal for hands-free publications, such as instruction booklets and guides.
How many pages can my saddle-stitched brochures have?
You can view our page count options in the table below. Each paper sheet (or ‘leaf’) of your brochure will have two printed pages (pp); one on each side of the paper. Brochure covers consist of four pages, and are included in addition to the page counts listed in the table below.
If you’re still unsure about page counts, or you need a different number of pages to the options here, call us on 023 8087 8037 to discuss your requirements.
What sizes are available?
Saddle-stitched brochures are available in the following standard sizes. Please note that these measurements refer to the size of the brochure when closed:
- A4 (210mm by 297mm)
- A5 (148mm by 210mm)
- A6 (105mm by 148mm)
- DL (99mm by 210mm)
- Square (205mm by 205mm)
Looking for a different size? Simply get in touch to discuss our custom size options!
What materials are these products printed on?
Please see the Specification tab for more information on this product’s standard material specification. Alternative stocks and grades can be supplied for most products to help you customise your order – simply get in touch to discuss your print requirements.
Will my saddle-stitched brochures be printed via litho printing or digital printing methods?
The right print method will depend on a number of factors; including the product type, quantity and turnaround time you require.
Better Printing can produce your order on either litho or digital, with both available in-house. Our sales team can recommend the most cost-effective solution for your needs and will confirm your preferred method before going to print.
How do I select portrait or landscape?
All brochures and booklets are produced in portrait orientation (with the spine located on the longer edge of the booklet) by default. Alternatively, you can specify landscape orientation for your brochures if needed at the checkout stage.
What imposition or page order format should I use for my artwork?
We recommend supplying artwork as single pages in the same order as you want them to appear in the finished brochure. Please avoid supplying your artwork in printer’s pairs or double page spreads, as this may extend production times of your print order.