June 28, 2017 | Kopytek
Everything you need to know about getting the correct postage on your invitations
Wedding season is in full swing and I am sure by now, if you are getting married, you’ve thought about sending out your wedding invitations. Maybe you’ve wondered how much postage is needed, or what size envelope you should use.
No matter what questions you have regarding this topic, we have all the answers for you in this blog. Check out these six tips on how you can make sure your wedding invitations have the correct postage and how to get them assembled and out the door on schedule.
This task can become overwhelming, but let us break it down for you to make it less stressful. Here are how most typical wedding invitations are assembled:
You won’t want your guests to have to stamp their own RSVP card to send back to you! Make sure you get your reply in a timely manner by stamping the RSVP envelope for each guest.
Before sending out all of your invitations, it would be a good idea to mail a completed invitation to know exactly how much postage you will need on each invitation. This step may seem unnecessary, but the alternative could mean a bunch of returned invites at your doorstep.
Most people don’t know that machines at mail centers can only process certain envelope shapes and sizes, so if your invitation envelopes do not fall within those measurements you could pay up to 20 cents more per invite. To avoid such nonsense make sure your envelopes are rectangular in shape and fall between the sizes of 3.5 inches by 5 inches and 6.125 inches by 11.5 inches.
Now that you’ve taken the necessary steps to create and perfect your invitations it’s time to put a stamp on it and mail them out. Way to go, you did it! Now you can sit back and relax until your big day arrives.
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