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Fanfare Invitations

Don't be afraid to let your personality shine through and to amp up the look and feel of invitations for your wedding.
As in the case of these stunning envelopes, you can see how ornate and bold you can be. Your imagination, (and the USPS postal rules) are the only limits that you have. I've said this before and I will continue to say it--be imaginative and infuse your wedding details with YOUR OWN PERSONALITY. No one wants to attend a boring, everyday wedding that has no hint of the couple's personality. It's always more fun and more memorable to get something like this in the mail that appropriately corresponds with your unique style and personality.
Always check with your delivery service for rules and conditions. For instance, a square envelope will ALWAYS cost more than a regular envelope--despite the weight. Yet, it is 100% legal to mail a whole raw potato--as is. You don't want your creativity to be the reason your mail gets rejected or sent back.
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