Post # 1
So I have about 6 Invitations I am sending internationally 5 invitations to Sweden and 1 to England.
I was told by the Post Office that I wouldn’t be able to pre-stamp the RSVP card that goes internationally because the Swedish and English post won’t accept the americal postage going out of the country.
I don’t want to have my international family pay the postage on the RSVP card, has any other bee had to send invitations internationally?
If so, did you just send the RSVP card without pre-stamping them or did you find another way to pay for the postage?
Post # 3
Could you give those few guests the option of rsvp-ing online via e-mail or website to you so they don’t have to pay the postage?
Post # 4
For the same reason we did not prestamp.
Those guests just ended up contacting us via internet (email, word of mouth, etc)
Post # 5
@ktisthatbees: Actually yes, we are sending a card in there with our wedding website and they can RSVP online, but I still would like to give them the option to send the RSVP card too.
I just don’t want to send an unstamped RSVP card regardless, but it looks like that’s what I’m going to have to do. Oh well. they will understand.
Post # 6
I didn’t stamp my international RSVPs, everyone seemed fine with it and understood. I wouldn’t stress too much.
Post # 7
ooh i never thought of this…thanks for the heads up!