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Your invitations are a reflection of your characters and also a visual representation of your love. Thus, they not only provide your guests with the first glimpse of this particular day but they also place the expectations. A word of advice, don’t wait or skimp out on the most important preview of this spectacular moment.

Your wedding invitations will set the tone of your wedding and will offer your guests a glimpse of what they need to expect at the wedding.

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– passport to love travel card style wedding invitation by ditsy. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
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– all about travel passport wedding invitation and rsvp by ditsy. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
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– around the world passport wedding invitation by ditsy chic. Source: notonthehighstreet.com

Here are 3 wedding invitation tips every couple should follow to make sure they send the perfect invitations:

1. Confirm Your Wedding Date: Before you order your invitations or print them out, ensure you have your wedding venue and date confirmed, to avoid changing all the invitations.

2. RSVP: Ensure that your guests can contact you by telephone, email, or post. Knowing your guests amounts can help you organize your wedding clearly.

3. Print Thank You Cards: Not sending thank you cards to your guests for attending is a sweet gesture, but ordering them with your wedding invitations will save you money and time.

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– vintage style passport wedding invitation by paper and inc. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
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– passport to love travel card style wedding invitation by ditsy. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
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– around the world passport wedding invitation by ditsy chic. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
Elegant wedding invitations passports
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– around the world passport wedding invitation by ditsy chic. Source: notonthehighstreet.com
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– Passport wedding invitations Wedding Inspiration. Source: pinterest.com

After spending a few months working on your stationery, you probably feel like you know everything there is to learn about those paper goods. However, before you head into the post office to ship your invitations out, there are a couple of major thing you need to consider that may have not crossed your mind. Thus, without further ado, here are a few steps to take to make the most of your mailing.

1. Tissue paper inserts aren’t only for good looks.

Whilst putting tissue paper between the layers of your stationery suite can increase your prices, it also helps prevent the ink from smudging. If you opted to use a darker colored ink onto your own invitations or you went with thermography, your cards may rub together because they make their way via the mail. If it is not too late, add a bit of tissue paper to make sure your pretty paper arrives in pristine shape.

2. Square invitations require more postage.

As a result of strange shape, square envelopes require more postage to mail. Even though this isn’t a massive monetary gap (roughly 20 cents per card, depending on the dimensions) you can certainly cut a few additional bucks by deciding on a regular ol’ rectangular envelope. If you’re looking for different ways to save on your invitations, opt for an RSVP postcard as opposed to a traditional mail-in response card, even since the price of a postcard stamp is less than a normal postage.

3. Never lick the adhesive to shut your envelopes.

To avoid having one of your precious invites open en route, reinforce the closure method on your envelopes using glue or some other super strong adhesive. Licking isn’t just hard in your own mouth (the taste! Paper cuts!) , it also does not ensure the package will arrive in 1 piece. For a pretty touch, include a sticker or piece of washi tape, however, do not rely on these things as the main closure approach. They can fall off or catch on other items during delivery.

4. Always take your cards within the post office.

For extra reassurance (and to avoid risking your invitations needing to combat the components), never lose them off at an street-side mailbox. If you flip them to someone in the post office right, they are less likely to get damaged in transit, and you can ensure you’ve done everything correctly, from the stamp to the composing of the speeches. This is an especially important step if you’re using vintage stamps — they can be tricky!

5. Ask the post office to hand cancel your own stamps.

Rather than allowing the post office run the invites through a machine-operated sorting system (which marks the envelope with thick lines in the top right corner and may harm the envelope in the procedure) ,ask them to “hand cancel” your invitations. This means that they will use a special ink stamp to mark your invitation, and they will type it by hand, lowering the risk of this damage. Whenever some post offices refuse to do this, most are elastic if you pop in during a slow time.