Post # 1
Questions, when getting invitations mailed out, do people still use an inner and outer envelopes or is that something that is no longer needed?? And if using two envelopes, does it raise the price of postage a lot? Please any advise or any help is greatly appreciated!!
Post # 3
Inner envelopes are used if you’re doing paper rsvps, and it will inevitably make your total invitation a little more heavy, and thus raise postage. Just make sure that when you are ordering your invitations, you get a whole mockup to weigh at the post office so you are prepared!
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2012 - Franklin Plaza
I used inner and outer envelopes. With the main invite, RSVP card/envelope and info card I still managed to keep the whole thing under 65 cents, but you if decide to go this route you will definitely want to take a fully packaged invitation to the post office to get it weighed first!
Post # 5
It’s not a required thing these days. We’re doing both, mainly to protect the nice inner envelope from the post office and to keep it from getting dirty or messed up in transit =o) But we’re also putting a ribbon and monogram around it
Post # 6
I am not using an inner envelope at all. GASP tee hee hee…
Post # 7
We are using both inner and outer envelopes. The postage was 85 cents. But we are using heavier paper too.