Post # 1
I weighed my invitation at the post office today and they are going to be 90 cents since its a square invite. So my options are use multiple stamps or run it through the mail meter and I just think both of those options will look bad. Anyone else run into this issue? If so, what did you do?
Post # 3
I used two stamps, it looked fine.
Post # 2
PrincessBride2014: I would think using 2 nice stamps would look better than running it through the mail meter.
Post # 4
Multiple stamps is fine to do. No one will notice!
Post # 5
I think either is fine. But I do think more than two stamps tends to be tacky and sketchy.
Post # 6
Just use two stamps. We did for international invites anyway.
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
PrincessBride2014: You could order custom 91 cent stamps from Zazzle or a commemorative 91 cent/$1 stamp from USPS (which isn’t wedding or love themed.)
Post # 8
As I recall, my invitations cost $.96 each to mail, and I just used multiple stamps to achieve the necessary postage.
Post # 9
2 stamps are fine. Your guests will be so eager to see what’s inside the envelope, they won’t notice.
Post # 10
- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
I used two stamps on all of mine and it looked fine.
Post # 11
literally no one will notice. not one single person. i asked several people if they noticed that we had to add a really ugly GW stamp to ours – not even my mom noticed.
Post # 12
you will be the only one who will notice! i used zazzle on some and just bought 2 for the rest!
Post # 13
DO NOT USE A METER for your postage. It would look tacky. Mulitple “wedding” stamps (preferrably the same style) would be fine.
Post # 14
beachbride1216: ooh excellent idea. I love zazzle but didn’t think of that. And then you can customize the stamps with your picture if you want. Fair warning no one notices the stamp ever!
Post # 15
I’ve never paid that much attention to the envelope to notice or give a thought to how many stamps are on it. You’d be lucky if I even notice or paid attention to the sometimes fancy caligraphy on it… sorry.