POSTAGE If you are managing your own postage, be sure to take a complete set of your invitation suite to your local post office when purchaising postage. The USPS clerk will weigh your suite and determine the correct amount of postage needed. Make sure that if you have double thick paper, they account for the possibility of an extra fee called a "rigid charge". You'll also want to confirm postage amounts for international destinations. Don't forget to buy postage for your Rep


Avoid Faux Pas & make your life easier by following some of our top tips for invitations. -DON'T place registry information on your wedding invitations or inserts. Registry details can be placed on your website & sent with any shower invitations. -DO place postage on your Reply Card envelopes (except for international guests). -DON'T write "no children" or "adults only" on your invitations. This information should be clear based upon how you address your envelopes. (VIEW OUR


Below is a general guide to when you should order & mail your wedding stationery. Your timing may vary slightly, and we're happy to work with you on any rush orders - but while you're planning, take these dates & details into account. 12 Months Before Your Wedding Compile your guest list and gather addresses. Remember to keep your venue capacity and budget in mind. 11 Months Before Your Wedding Order your save the dates. We suggest ordering a 15-20 extras in case any are lost


Whether you & your partner are hosting, or you have 2 sets of parents each, we've compiled suggestions for some of the most common invitation scenarios for you here. COUPLE IS HOSTING Formal Occasion, Religious Location The honor of your presence is requested at the wedding of Miss Kimberly Jane Sullivan to Mr. Jason Anthony Corvelli Saturday, ninth of September two thousand twenty at half after eleven in the morning Saint Patrick’s Cathedral New York, New York Forma