Post # 1
I took an invite to be weighed at the post office and she told me they would cost $1.34 per invite to send (gulp)
Does that mean I have to stick like 4 stamps on there? That will be hideous. And I looked into zazzle.com but I simply cannot spend any more of my parents money and feel good about myself. Ive stressed myself into a raging headache over this.
Post # 3
go to http://www.usps.gov and you’ll be able to see all the different postage values available. I bet you can combine a $1 stamp with a 34 cent stamp. Plus shipping for stamps is only $1 so it’s cheap to order direct.
Post # 4
There is a 62-cent dragonfly stamp that is pretty, a 72-cent stamp called 13-Mile Woods that is also nice, a 94-cent stamp with a beach scene from the USVI, a 75-cent Great Smokey Mountains stamp, an 80-cent Mt. McKinley stamp, an 84-cent Yosemite stamp… You can see them all at http://www.usps.gov under stampes, and order them on the website.
The wedding heart stamps come in two different postages (42-cent and 59-cent). Ours were also going to cost $1.34 to mail, so we used three wedding heart stamps (in the old postage): a 58-cent stamp in between two 41-cent stamps. Our colors were pink, lavender, and plum, so the stamps were pink and lavender and the ink on our envelopes was plum, and it looked really nice. (Yes, that turns out to be 8-cents extra on each envelope, but what the heck.) The new wedding heart stamps are peach and pale green, but you can find the old ones on ebay pretty reasonable, or your post office may still have some around they can sell you.