Thursday, April 2, 2015

When I started this blog I knew I wanted to share personal experiences with you. Today, I'm letting you in on a tip to remember before mailing out your wedding invitations and I'm letting you in on a little mistake I made...

I don't remember where I read it, but I am so happy I did. Before mailing out our wedding invitations I wanted to take one to the post office to make sure it only needed one stamp. We ended up needing a seventy cent stamp. Jose asked for pretty wedding stamps and I am so thankful he checked with the post office before we mailed them out. Can't imagine having them returned to me, ahhh!

Another tip, don't forget to add your stamp to the RSVP envelope. I finsihed preparing and sealing 19 of the invites when Jose asked if I had added the stamp to the RSVP cards. Totally forgot, so some have the stamp, others don't. I jokingly told some of my friends I would personally give them a stamp. Off they go!

Linking up with Nat and Annie

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  1. We went to a wedding last fall where they didn't weigh the invitations and they ALL got sent back to them! That would be so terrible (and expensive)!!

  2. I could just hug whoever told me to weigh the envelope before mailing; such a simple thought but so easy to forget!!

  3. The cost of my invitations went UP after I sent mine out. I should have put "forever" stamps on my return invites for the RSVPs. Luckily the post office let it pass, but it's something I tell all the new brides.

  4. Oh yes - making sure the invite was a standard one was the first priority to not make things even more expensive!!! xo, Biana - BlovedBoston

  5. I shot a wedding at this place recently. It is such a simple and classic venue to shoot at. The coordinator was also such a pleasure to work with as well as the staff. Would recommend this place for Las Vegas Weddings for any couple looking for an intimate wedding!

  6. If there is one thing I wish I could have given to someone else to do -- invitations. Stuffing and mailing 200 invitations. This took me forever, and I remember more than once realizing I had written something wrong, and just putting my head on the table, thinking "That's it. I'm just going to make a facebook page."


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