How do you seal and send invitations work?

Seal and sends are self-mailing wedding invitations. This means you simply fold them up, secure them closed with clear seals included in your order, put a stamp on each one and send them out. Yep, it’s that simple! You don’t even need envelopes for the response cards since they’re designed to mail as postcards.

Are wax seals worth it for wedding invitations?

Today, wax seals are purely ornamental, but they’re especially great for evoking a regal, Old World aesthetic. The traditional method of creating a wax seal involves melting a stick of wax at one end (imagine a small taper candle) and allowing it to drip directly onto the parchment.

How do you end a wedding invitation?

Paint Brush, Water & Water Soluble Adhesive Similar to the q-tip but with an extra twist, use a paint brush, water and a dab of water soluble adhesive to seal those flaps.

Will wax seals come off in the mail?

Very rarely will wax seals melt in the mail. However, it can happen! The only instances we’ve had where a customers wax seals melted was during a heat wave in the hotter parts of the world. Typically your wax seals will stay solid and beautiful!

Do you need extra postage for wax seal?

Please remember that adding the weight of a wax seal to your mailed item may increase the postage required for mailing. If in doubt, take a completed item to your postal office for a postage quote. If you opt to have items hand cancelled, your postal office may charge a fee for this service.

Should you put stamps on wedding RSVP?

If you want your guests to mail back an RSVP card, make sure the envelope is pre-addressed and includes a stamp. Does this mean you’ll have to buy a whole bunch of extra stamps? Yes. But asking your guests to pay to reply (even if it’s just a single stamp) is an etiquette no-no.

Is it OK to handwrite wedding invitation envelopes?

The address on a wedding invitation should be handwritten; printed labels are not appropriate (though calligraphy done by computer directly on the envelope is gaining popularity and acceptability).

Can you mail a letter with a wax seal?

Yes, you can mail letters with wax seals through the United States Postal Service (USPS). The post office says wax can be used to seal parcels as long as the seal is “sufficient to allow detection of tampering.”