Post # 1
I spent all weekend putting together my wedding invitations and finally had them ready to go tonight. They were perfect and everything I wanted, complete with a white rose stamp. When I got to the post office I weighed them “just to be sure.” Turns out they are 1.3 ounces. Now I have to find 20 cent stamps that look somewhat decent and am having a hard time. Will the post office return in back to me if I send it with a forever stamp?
Post # 3
If you’re asking if you can OVER pay postage without any problems, the answer is yes.
ETA: However, I”m not sure why you would want to spend all of that extra money when you can buy the exact postage that you need or at least something much closer to what you need.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
You will get most if not all returned if they are overweight. Each on will be weighed by machine and sorted, so it’s not like some compassionate mail sorter will have a heart when he/she sees it’s a wedding invitation. You need the extra postage. We ended up simply using 2 wedding stamps on each one so they would be pretty.
Post # 5
Our invitations require 3 stamps. We just had to find 3 stamps that look nice together. Are you asking if theyll be returned if you include 1 forever stamp on each invite? Forever Stamps = whatever the value of a current stamp is. So if your invitations require postage amounting to more than the equivalent of a current stamp, they’ll be returned. And then you’ll have lots of envelopes that say “return to sender” on them – which will be not ideal for obvious reasons.