Post # 16
I bought the white rose stamps online at the postal service website. They only come in sheets of 20, so you may need multiple sheets! They went with our color scheme and are forever stamps, so we can use any leftovers for whatever we want.
Post # 17
I used the decorative forever stamps. So cute!
Post # 18
I just used the wedding cake stamps from USPS. Nobody is going to care about the stamp on the envelope.
Post # 19
- Wedding: Cottage on the Creek
it really matters more what size stamp you need! we needed 70 cents based off the weight of our envelopes, so I got the wedding cake stamps.
Post # 20
I used the red heart stamps for the save the dates and the white wedding roses for the invites and RSVP cards. They were the same price as your standard stamps.
Post # 21
Thanks for the heads up on the Valentine’s Day stamps, ladies! I just pre-ordered them!
Post # 22
I saw these, too! I wish they were available a little earlier, but I think they’ll be worth the wait!
Post # 23
My invitations weighed too much for regular forever stamps, so since I needed to purchase more expensive stamps anyway, I chose pretty wedding-themes ones
Post # 24
I’m in canada but usps has these very cute stamps that are red hearts. Very lovely.
Post # 25
I got the cheapest ones with the american flag, IMO its just a stamp and the envelope will be thrown away in the end anyway, why pay a little more for a decorative stamp? Just my thoughts.
Post # 26
- Wedding: Cornucopia St. Charles
I used two U.S. postal stamps, one with more postage for the invitations since they will have some weight and the other for the rsvp And thank you.
Post # 27
Not sure if I’m going to buy the USPS black and white floral versions or the photo stamps from Stamps.com with our pup on them (the only additional cost is $2.99 for 4 day shipping)
Post # 28
anyone know what to do about postage that costs around $3.76?
Post # 29
We used the two on the top left. Our invitation suites cost 70 cents each.
Post # 30
ChelseaGabrielle: just got those at the post office and sent off by invites. Hopefully they’ll arrive on Valentine’s Day.