When you think about sending out your Save the Dates, Wedding Invitations and return postage for the RSVP’s, consider purchasing a custom postage stamp. We found these cuties here:
The USPS actually promotes Zazzle from their website, as they currently only offer TWO wedding themed stamps:
As you may have considered, but just in case, ALWAYS put together a complete invitation and bring it down to your local post office to have it weighed. Then you will know the exact postage you will need to purchase. This is tough to do when you are ordering custom stamps, but it’s possible.
|1st class, 1 oz||$.46|
|1st class, 1 oz – odd size*||$.66|
|1st class, 2 oz||$.66|
|1st class, 2 oz – odd size*||$.86|
|1st class, 3 oz||$.86|
|1st class large envelope, 1 oz||$.92|
|1st class, 3 oz – odd size||$1.06|
|1st class, 3.5 oz||$1.06|
|1st class large envelope, 2 oz||$1.12|
|1st class, 3.5 oz – odd size||$1.26|
|1st class large envelope, 3 oz||$1.32|
|1st class large envelope, 4 oz||$1.52|
|1st class large envelope, 5 oz||$1.72|
|1st class large envelope, 6 oz||$1.92|
2 thoughts on “custom wedding stamps …”
That’s a smart way of thnniikg about it.
Wright“The cartoon doesnâ€™t make me angry and I wonâ€™t ask for its removal.”I am relieved, because I was in two minds about including this cartoon which I admit is in very bad taste. I would probably have removed the cartoon if the troika of editors had disapproved of it strongly, or if someone else I knew and respected had raised a sufficient outcry. As it is, I’ve decided to soften the cartoon’s impact of crudity by adding another similar cartoon just under it which is not nearly as crude. This additional cartoon reinforces the moral point I am making and does so in a much subtler way.