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I have to send 4 invites to the U.S. but I want to be able to put a stamp on the reply cards, but Ive realized I cant put a Canadian stamp on the replys coming from the states. So does anyone know how I go about stamping them? Or do I just leave them without a stamp and hope they will by a stamp and send the reply?shots.gif

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I could send you U.S. stamps that you could use to have them sent back to Canada if you'd like.

 

I didn't include stamps on my foreign invites since I didn't have easy access to their stamps.

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It's 69 cents US to send a letter to canada Laura. The usual postage to send within the states is 41 cents (I think). I'm sure they would go on their own and buy postage so i wouldn't worry about it.

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I wouold just send them as is. I'm sure they will understand/figure out why there is no postage on it. And if they are the people who don't RSVp anyway, then you didn't waste all the money on stamps that I evidently did!

 

lol

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