Things You Need to Know About Mailing Your Wedding Invitations

Your wedding invitations are the first thing your guests will come in contact with when it comes to the Big Day. Thus, you want everything to be flawless. And while choosing the perfect design can be quite difficult, actually mailing the invitations should be done the right way too. After all, you do want your invitations to reach their destination in one piece.

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What are some of the most important things you need to know about mailing your wedding invitations? Read on and find out more:

  • First and foremost, make sure your envelope contains everything it needs to: the invitation proper, the RSVP card and any other “extras” you may choose to send with your invitation (such as a guide to help guests find the venue).
  • Don’t forget to stamp the RSVPs too. This will make it easier for the guests to actually send back the RSVPs and you will lower the odds that anyone avoids doing this in due time.
  • Consider the option of having personalized stamps for the invitations. It’s a nice touch and it will bring a dash of personality and cuteness to your envelopes.
  • Measure and weigh your invitations. Postal offices can automatically process only a certain type of envelopes – and if yours are larger (or heavier) than the norm, they will have to be manually processed. Make sure you measure and weigh your envelopes (with everything in them) before you send them off to the postal office.

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