Post # 1
Posted this accidentally in the Announcements section first…oops.
I’m lucky enough to have an aunt who owns a Hallmark store, and she’s helping us with our invites. She’s all about the seal and send invitations, and, in theory, I think they’re great. I’m also not terribly crafty, so DIY invites were pretty much out of the question.
We’re looking at something similar to this: http://www.carlsoncraft.com/index.cfm?intMenuItemID=12456&blnReload=1&
Yes? No? Experiences with them? I think my only hangup is that they’re not the traditional invitation with eleventy billion pieces to assemble and send.
Post # 4
Those are really cute! I wouldn’t worry too much about not having a bunch of things to assemble- look at it as a positive thing- I would!
Post # 5
I’m personally not a big fan of seal and send’s.. but the style you picked is attractive. They are definitely an affordable option if you’re looking to save money and don’t want to make your own. And obviously easy to assemble :-). The only thing to consider is the weight of the paper – make sure that they are printed on heavy cardstock. We received an invite to my cousin’s wedding this summer and their seal and send was on relatively thin paper – ours didn’t make it very well, there was a chunk missing out of the side! So make sure it is good quality paper!
Post # 6
We bought a Brides seal-and-send kit from Michael’s. We made a trial invite today and had it sitting on the table, ready to be taken to the post office; about an hour after being sealed up, the seal popped loose again on its own.
So my question is, for seal-and-send brides, what did you use to seal the envelope?
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
I think they’re cute. Go for it!