A band of elaborate damask flows along the top of this white seal and send wedding invitation, highlighting your sophisticated wedding style. Damask design prints in the same ink color as your wording. This style of seal and send includes your response wording, reception wording and an additional area for other wedding details. You may choose to purchase a plain white response card with envelope instead of, or in addition to, the response wording on your invitation. Your return address is printed on the coordinating seals included with the seal and send. The seal is placed on the front to secure the invitation closed; the guest's address is written on the back. This invitation is printed on 94 lb, bright white paper and features thermography printing, an affordable printing process that results in raised lettering. Please note that additional postage is required for mailing square wedding invitations.
Personalization Options: Design and wording are printed in your choice of colors and fonts.
Assembly: Some Assembly Required
Recipient Addressing: Please contact customer service at 1-800-821-7011 to learn more about our addressing services.
Sample Price: $0.99
Please Note: Your return address is printed on the coordinating seals included with the seal and send. The seal is placed on the front to secure the invitation closed; the guest's address is written on the back. Please note that additional postage is required for mailing square wedding invitations.
Great product overall. Easy to assemble. Back sticker could be stronger to ensure it held invitation together. Shipped quickly!
the military bride from AZ wrote on October 21, 2013:
the invites are beautiful! the damask design is actually raised on the invitation making it very unique. i liked being able to change the quote on the front which we made a bible verse. it was the perfect invite since we are doing online rsvps, we didnt need response cards so the 3 available flaps are useful. we orders 5.75x5.75 envelopes from another site to enclose the invites. kind of defeats the "seal and send" purpose but the invite would be crowded with a stamp and info on the front.