Enhance your stamp collection with the exquisite Garden Corsage Wedding Stamps.
This mint sheet of 100 two-ounce stamps (Scott 5458) is perfect for all of life’s special moments.
These stamps add elegance to heavy wedding invitations, milestone birthdays, special anniversaries, or any joyous celebration.
Real Postage Stamps: These are real postage stamps that can mail letters, envelopes, and others. They can cover the international rates the first time. USPS serves any country with a one-ounce letter. One stamp is one ounce.
Forever Stamps: What are Forever Stamps? Forever stamps are special postage stamps in the U.S. that stay valid despite future price increases. Once you buy a Forever stamp, you can mail a standard one-ounce letter, even if the postage rates increase.
Save Your Time and Money: No need to waste your time and money on the way to the post office for stamps! Our postage stamps are very convenient and also at a nice price!
Easy to Use: With self-adhesive, convenient to use. It is great for postcards, letters, mailing envelopes, or collecting and is suitable for collectibles, birthdays, weddings, parties, celebrations, etc.
Format: Sheet of stamps
Manufacturing Process: Offset
Denomination: Two-ounce Stamps
Adhesive Type: Pressure-sensitive
Stamp Orientation: Vertical
Paper Type: Phosphor Tagged Paper, Block Tag
How much is a forever stamp worth in 2023?
Since July 9, 2023, it has increased to 66 cents to send a one-ounce letter with a Forever stamp instead of 63 cents. This information was announced by the United States Postal Service and approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission. Therefore, if you purchase Forever stamps in 2023, each stamp will be worth 66 cents and can be used for sending a standard-sized letter within the United States, regardless of any future price changes.
How many stamps for wedding invitations do I need?
The number of stamps you need for your wedding invitations depends on several factors, including weight, size, and destination. And you can visit your local post office or consult with postal service staff for precise guidance.