Post # 1
I bought glue stick wax and an initial seal. I was going to use them on the back of my envelopes for my invitations, but found out postage would be more if I used them on the back of my invites. So, I am looking for a great idea on where I can use them. I am not sure what to do with them but they are so fun that I want to incorporate them into the big day somehow. Any ideas???
Post # 3
Are you using an inner envelope? Could you use that one with them?
Post # 4
I used glue gun wax seals on my inner envelopes. I was still able to mail them with 44cent postage. (Only one got kicked back for extra postage.) So depending on how big your seal is (mine was on the smaller side) and how much wax you use, you still might be able to use it on your envelopes. Just take a sample to the post office and ask before you put the seal on all the envelopes.
I also included the wax seals on our escort cards for our reception. Our guests had to select a meal choice, and we had to indicate the meal choice somehow on their placecard so the servers knew which meal to give them. I put our monogram wax seal on the corner of each card in red, gold, or green (for beef, chicken, or vegetarian).
You can also put a seal on the programs.
Post # 5
ooooo the escort card sounds like a great idea! my invites were pocketfolds so we just used it to seal the invite itself on the inside.