Post # 1
We are inviting guests from the US, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, England, and China to the wedding…what kind of postage do we put on the RSVP’s to have them mailed back to the US?
I really hope someone has gone through this before and has an answer. I want everyone to be able to just fill out the RSVP card and drop them in the mail.
Post # 3
I think you’ll need to go acquire the local stamps from each respective country. That could be a problem. Maybe you can offer your int’l guests the option of replying online/email? I invited a couple oversea guests but I’m doing rsvp online…
Post # 4
Yeah, you would have to use each respective country’s own postage stamps. I agree with @pren79– just ask them to RSVP online or via email… no biggie. 🙂
Post # 5
I believe the Post Office’s website will tell you how much postage you need, but you will have to visit them in person to get the proper stamps.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2009 - Eastside Catholic Chapel and Lake Union Cafe
We had the same problem and ended up having to have people email. I had stamps for england but stamps for Sri-Lanka were harder to come by.
Post # 7
I live overseas and my wedding invites always either come unstamped, or else with a normal US stamp on them, which I just paste my local postage over top of.
I don’t know what technical etiquette is on this, but I’ve never minded doing the postage myself – it’d be too much work for them to fuss with it!
If you’ve got a LOT of people localized in one place, you might google around and see if you can buy international stamps from that country within the US (or online, ship to the US).