(Closed) Is the Heart Stamp my only option?

posted 14 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
45 posts
  • Wedding: July 2008

Well, I used the Superhero stamp collection for my STDs, so I am probably not much help to you.

But, our actual invites will be a tiny bit more serious, and I was thinking of using the Tiffany image or the Celebrate! image…

Post # 5
55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2008

I ordered a bunch of stamps off of ebay.  I got an assortment of Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, and other Jazz artists (fits with our party).  I’m sure you could find plenty more that you like for close to the post card rate.  Remember, it’s less than a first class stamp.

Post # 6
33 posts

I did the beautiful blooms one (see Pengwen’s post above) and they looked beautiful on the envelopes.

Post # 8
4 posts
  • Wedding: December 2021

I used the beautiful blooms…I thought they came out nice.

Post # 9
104 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

We used the "pollination" stamps on our STD and they were really beautiful.  I think the heart is sort of tedious, and something "natural" was more up our alley anyways.  The "pollination" ones come apart into 4 different ones that each feature a different bug/bird, and I had fun matching up the bats/hummingbirds/bees with specific people! 🙂

Post # 11
58 posts
Worker bee

how are you guys getting onto the USPS site? this site has been down for 2 days for me! and right when i needed to order too. figures.

Post # 12
49 posts
  • Wedding: May 2008

Most of the stamps that are mentioned are great for STD or smaller cards/postcards.  However, once you get around to wedding invites, your options become much more limited.  Many wedding invites requre 2 oz. or 58 cent stamps.  The pink wedding stamps are your only 58 cent option.  However*, you could always pick a stamp you like in the first class range and then tack on smaller denomination stamps in colors/designs you like until you get up to 58 cents.  There have been a few posts on using alternate postage/antique postage for invites.  Try matching your color scheme or theme of your wedding. I hate the dumb pink wedding hearts, but we ordered them to save ourselves the hassle.  What I didn’t think about was how the light pink stamps would look against the light blue invite pockets that showed through our clear vellum envelopes.  It looked like we were inviting everyone to a baby shower!

Post # 14
607 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

i’ve used zazzle! it turned out pretty well. there have been a number of board posts on it, so i would do a quick weddingbee search. i think in general, most people are pleased. the only thing i would tell you is to use the small size stamp (the big ones are really big!).

Post # 15
400 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2007

For those using the USPS site – it seems to work much better in IE than it does in Firefox.  That might help you out 🙂

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