Post # 1
I had a save the date “Returned to Sender.” After asking my father to check the address he gave me, He said, “The only the wrong with the address is that the Zip Code is off by one number.” Well yeah, then you gave me the wrong address.
Anyway, can I change the zip code on the same envelope and send it out or do I need a new envelope now that it is stamped?
Post # 3
@Zusie: I’m pretty sure you need a new envelope.
You could always take it in the the post office and ask, but I’m pretty sure once it’s stamped it’ll either be rejected back, or just be confusing for the post office and result in a delay of delivery.
Post # 4
Just put it in a new envelope.
Post # 5
Ok that’s what I feared, unfortnately I don’t have anymore envelopes or the custom stamp I used.
Post # 6
@Zusie: Just use another envelope and a regular stamp. The receiver will never know the difference.
Most of our guests didn’t even notice that we used a custom stamp.
Post # 7
You don’t want it returned again. Use a new envelope.
Post # 8
Go to the drugstore, pick out a card that has a similar envelope. Buy the card and use the envelope. It’s better than using a plain everyday run of the mill envelope that you’d send a bill in.
Post # 9
New envelope unfortunately. 🙁
The post office has really cute Love stamps right now, if you want to use one of those (not sure what kind of postage you need).
Post # 10
Put it in a new envelope. It’ll look really bad if it gets to the recipient with “return to sender” and a corrected address written over the wrong one.
If you’re really concerned about the envelope/stamp situation, put a little note inside explaining the snafu and apologizing for the delayed invitation. But honestly, no one will notice.