OMG I'm an idiot...
Posted 05 March 2010 - 10:18 PM
Posted 07 March 2010 - 12:05 AM
| Originally Posted by wendyjd |
Too funny, my mom and I were discussing this today while assembling my invites. I'm going to take them to the post office and weigh them to be sure.
Good idea haha I recommend it
Posted 09 March 2010 - 01:04 AM
Posted 09 March 2010 - 09:48 AM
| Originally Posted by Stacy015 |
So I just sent out my invites! I was really excited about it and was waiting to hear that my guests had received them in the mail. They had my wedding invite, reception card, and rsvp card/envelope as well as my AHR invite & rsvp card/envelope AND luggage tags for any confirmed guests...
Sooooo my aunt calls me last night (first one to contact me that she got my invite in the mail!) laughing... She says she had to call me and give me a little crap. I instantly got really nervous like I left the date or location off, or that I spelled a bunch of things wrong somehow..
She had to pay the post office to get her invite
Oh nooooo -- it was only 17 cents, but still! I instantly got really nervous that ALL my guests had this problem! I'm an idiot! I didn't think anything of it!
Luckily, so far I haven't heard this from any other guests. I have even checked with a few cousins and my parents. The aunt that called just happens to be the only family with 4 confirmed guests. That extra luggage tag just happend to put the weight over the limit! I have talked to two families with 3 confirmed guests and they got there's fine.
I still feel stupid! But at least (so far) only one family had this problem. I'm glad it was my care-free aunt that just gave me a call to laugh.
Have a signature drink made for your wedding (your WC would help you for sure) and have it served at your wedding. They could call it "Extra Postage" or "17 cents". It would be a hoot.... We did it our wedding and it was to poke fun at my brother in law... They just changed the name of one drink to "Mr Speedo". (long story but totally cracked everyone up).
Too funny girl!!!
Posted 09 March 2010 - 11:30 AM
Definitely have it weighed and measured before you buy stamps.
Remember that personalize stamps are for standard weight envelopes as well and you may need extra postage then to.
Posted 11 March 2010 - 09:22 PM
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