Post # 1
I just need to rant! I’m so sad! I was just on the usps website and saw that they no longer have the garden love stamps! Now I have to find other cute stamps! I knew I should’ve preordered!
Where is everyone getting their postage from?
Post # 3
I used the forever flag stamp. I didn’t care about the stamps. LOL
Post # 4
I know I shouldn’t! Nobody pays attention to them! And I definitely don’t want to pay extra for custom!
Post # 5
I used the Forever white rose stamps. I got them at the post office.
Post # 6
i used the forever white rose ones for my rsvp envelopes and wedding cake ones for the outer envelope. i wanted to make sure i got the correct postage, so i bought mine at the post office when i had the envelopes weighed.
Post # 7
I was obsessed with having fun stamps!
We used the Orange and Black butterfly ones for our invites, and the new mexico statehood/merchant marine stamps for our RSVPS (B’s uncle is from NM and all my mother’s brothers were merchant marines). I had wanted to use the alaska national park ones, but it was too much postage for our invite envelope and my husband said no.
We used the tigers for our save the dates (we are animal lovers) and then the earth from satelite for our Thank You notes.
For my shower Thank You notes, I used one that was a painting of a bouquet of flowers.
The USPS website has some nice options. I know the garden of love ones you are talking about though- I loved them too! We used them for my friends shower last year
Post # 8
I was also looking for stamps the other day and I ended up getting Bonsai stamps. Cute trees lol, I guess it works!
Post # 9
i used the bonsai trees for my shower thank you cards. i bought them at a smaller post office that didn’t have much of a selection, so it was either bonsai trees or american flags. i went with the cute bonsais, haha.
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
I had a HUGE problem with postage too! Our RSVP’s are postcards so I bought vintage stamps on Ebay so that they weren’t ugly hawaian shirt stamps and then I wanted the “Love” ribbon stamps, but when I went to buy them from the local post office they said they stopped selling them, luckily there were still some online that I was able to buy.
I feel your pain!!!!!!
Post # 11
What do you think of the wedding roses?
P.S. I bought most of my postage off the USPS website — more options and easier for higher quantities!
Post # 12
What amount of postage do you need?
I need to buy up my 85 cent stamps soon. I really like that I can have just one stamp on them, but with rates going up, I imagine they’ll be discontinuing the cheaper stamps?
I’m planning on sending out my invites a week in advance of the price hike. Buying the stamps now means I HAVE to get them out! ha
Post # 13
I just went and looked… the post office wants to charge me $1.75 to deliver 130 stamps to my PO BOX? I don’t think so.
Post # 14
Haha yeah that’s annoying. I’m less concerned when they charge me only $1 to ship right to my apartment.
Post # 15
these are our stamps from the post office:
Post # 16
I used those on my Save-The-Date Cards and loved them! I had a lot of stamp anxiety. I didn’t want the look messing up my pretty mail pieces.
I just went to the post office and they had the 130 85 cent stamps to sell me, so I just bought them now. Whew. That’s done.