Post # 1
So we have decided on our invites – they’re one of the seal n send invites from Carlson. I’m wondering – has anyone used these and what did you think? I like how easy it is, no envelopes or seperate cards to worry about!!!! Plus, for 150 invites it’s going to cost about $225!!! Invitations are one thing that I can’t imagine spending a crazy amount of money on!
Post # 3
My cousin used seal and send invites and they worked really well. As a guest, it was super easy to RSVP, so I loved it!
Post # 4
Not familiar with these, but I hear you on not wanting to spend too much on invites, that’s low on our list also.
Post # 5
I thought they were such a cool idea! I couldn’t find any that went with my theme but I definitely wanted to use send & seals if I could have. They use so much less paper! And nobody will ever miss the envelope, inner envelope, etc. Awesome idea!
Post # 6
here’s an example…. the invitation folds into itself so you don’t need an outer envelope and the bottom portion is perforated so yoru guests can just tear it off and send it a postcard.
Post # 7
Yep, we are using these! I ordered mine from Papyrus.
I really like them, I think they’re kinda neat. Just a hint though, you’ll want to get them hand cancelled at the post office, as the machines could muck them up since there technically isn’t an envelope. We have to make an appointment at our local office to hand cancel them when we mail them out in April.
I was really excited because you can just put a “postage card” stamp for the return postage on the RSVP card… although after measuring the card, it’s bigger than the USPS accepted postcard size! I’m going to bug them (again) at the post office tomorrow to see if that’s the case…