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Sending out wedding invitations is one of the most important steps you can take when preparing for a wedding. Without this important part of the wedding planning process, you wouldn’t have any guests to celebrate the occasion with you. Here are a few things you should know before dropping your wedding invitations in the mail.
Gathering your supplies and taking time to think about the little details in advance will make it much easier to get your invitations in the mail on time. It takes a lot of time to assemble your wedding announcements, stuff them in envelopes and get them out the door. Make the process easier on yourself by having an envelope stuffing party with your good friends and family members. You can make the occasion fun by serving dessert and enjoying the company of those closest to you while you quickly prepare your invitations for the mail.
Did you know you don’t have to lick every single envelope in order to seal it? You can save your tongue a lot of discomfort by dampening a small sponge and sliding it across the sticky envelope strips before sealing them.
If you have never purchased address labels before, now is the time to do it. Bright, cheerful yellow address labels will not only dress up your envelopes, but will save you a lot of time. Plus, address labels look neater than handwriting in most cases.
Many brides-to-be make the mistake of purchasing postage before they weigh their assembled wedding announcements. To ensure that you purchase the right postage for your needs, bring a fully-assembled envelope with you to the post office. You can also add a more personal touch to your invitations with cute, customized postage stamps.