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Save the date postcards

Lauren, on March 26, 2020 at 9:02 PM Posted in Planning 0 3

So we are having a destination wedding in Mexico and we ordered the cutest vintage looking postcards for our save the dates. The only thing is that there is no place to put a return label. I really do not want to put it in an envelope. Where would you put a return label? Or should I send without a return label?

You can see it here:


Latest activity by Karla, on March 26, 2020 at 11:54 PM
  • Kellyann
    Dedicated July 2020
    Kellyann ·
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    Send without return label. You'll put those on the invite. I did postcards, just made sure website was on it, get postcard stamps and voila!
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  • Laura
    Champion June 2010
    Laura ·
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    If you feel confident that you have the correct addresses for your guests, it's totally fine to send postcards without a return address. If you're uncomfortable doing that, you can edit the postcard to include a return address on the card, but it does look a bit crowded:

    Save the date postcards 1

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  • Karla
    Super February 2020
    Karla ·
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    I did postcards and didn’t put a return label.
    Most people received it.

    Like PP mentioned, if you’re not comfortable not having a return address, I would ask to have them add your return address. Or if you know how to use illustrator and able to just purchase the digital file, it’s easy to do on your end— takes about 5 minutes.
    I didn’t like the font that the ETSY shop owner was using and she wouldn’t make edits for me so I just bought the digital file for $35, edited myself and printed 125 for $30 (on sale from Vista Print). She was originally charging me $150+.
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