Orchards – Conversion-Driven Responsive Emails

Orchards - Conversion-Driven Responsive Emails

Build mobile-friendly campaigns that convert with an easy to customize email template. Features include: dramatic typography, bold images, big buttons, integration with popular marketing tools, and more…

Orchards - Conversion-Driven Responsive Emails

These templates cover all popular mobile, webmail and desktop email clients. Here are some of the results:

Orchards is a complete responsive solution for building converting emails. Multiple variations for branding and content blocks. Don’t work hard, work smarter!

Features include

  • 4 pre-built themes with 20 pre-made templates to get you up and running in no time;
  • StampReady version – drag and drop blocks, inline editing, quick color updates and HTML exports. Test drive the demos: green, blue, orange and pinkextra info.
  • MyMail – includes variations for header and footer;
  • MailChimp – create awesome campaigns;
  • Campaign Monitor – no more plain text dull and boring emails;
  • psd files for banners

Orchards - Conversion-Driven Responsive Emails


Android 4.4?, Gmail App (Android)?, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Retina, iPad Mini.

AOL Mail, Comcast*, Gmail, Inbox by Gmail, Google Apps, Office 365?, Outlook.com?, Yahoo! Mail
(tested on Explorer, Firefox and Chrome).

Apple Mail 8, Apple Mail 9, Outlook 2000??, Outlook 2002?°, Outlook 2003??, Outlook 2007??, Outlook 2010??, Outlook 2011, Outlook 2013??, Outlook 2016??, Windows 10 Mail??, Thunderbird 38

? no background image support
?? no border radius support
* except in Explorer

Chuncky buttons in GMX.de or Web.de can be fixed at the expense of button hit area. Switch @media screen {} to @media (min-width: 992px){} in the main styesheet.


Thank you to all of our wonderful customers, we really appreciate your support and business. If you are happy with our item, please leave a 5 Star rating and a short blurb on what you like the most about Orchards.


Date: October 5, 2016