Welcome Books


Packaging

Partial Client List:

Abbeville
Andrews McMeel
CollinsPublishersSanFrancisco
Dorling Kindersley
Bulfinch Press
Disney Editions
Disney Press
HarperCollins
Harry N. Abrams
Hearst books
Hyperion
The Overlook Press
Random House
Rizzoli
Simon & Schuster
Stewart, Tabori & Chang
Time Life Books
Turner Publishing
University of Texas Press
VIA Books
William Morrow
Workman Publishing

If a book has “A Welcome Book” printed on its title page, then you can be sure of one thing: it's a beautifully crafted and lovingly produced work.

For close to three decades, Welcome Enterprises has been packaging illustrated gift books of exquisite quality for all the top publishers in the industry. The company places a particular emphasis on strong design and superior manufacturing and has experience with a wide range of printed formats. Among its printing suppliers it counts the world's top commercial four-color printers, including Toppan Printing, Tien Wah Press, and Lotus Printing.

Welcome has produced coffee-table and gift books in most every illustrated category: anthology, art, beauty, children’s, collectible, cooking, film and animation, architecture, cooking, exhibition, fashion, gardening, history, humor, photography, religion, travel, weddings and more. Over the course of the 200 titles the company has created (and the close to 10 million copies it has put into print), Welcome has dedicated itself to providing the highest level of professional service—to its publishing partners as well as to the many creators with whom it has had the pleasure to collaborate. Depending upon a client’s needs, Welcome can handle any and all parts of the development and production process, right up to the delivery of finished copies to the publisher’s warehouse. In an ideal situation, Welcome is involved from beginning to end, and can thereby apply its fastidious attention to detail and overriding sense of responsibility to seeing a book project through to its satisfactory completion.

Whatever the case, Welcome remains ultimately committed to one thing: originating books of uncommon taste and beauty that touch in some way a reader's heart, mind, or soul, be it Grandmother Remembers (with close to 2 million copies in print); Love: A Celebration in Art and Literature (edited by Lena Tabori and Jane Lahr); The Art of The Lion King (the illustrated companion book to one of the greatest animated films of all time); The Little Big Book of Christmas (the inaugural volume in the best-selling series of Little Big Books) or Mary Poppins: Anything Can Happen If You Let It (based on the hit Broadway show).