Bridal Tip: Vintage Stamps

Bridal Tip: Vintage Stamps

“Details matter, it’s worth waiting to get it right.”

Steve Jobs was one smart cookie. Becca here with a quick wedding tip! The above quote has become my wedding (life) motto. I love the details! They are the icing on the cake, the finishing touches, and the elements that bring everything together. Now, I know many of you will argue that you’ll drive yourself crazy with being too finicky about every little thing. This may be true for some people. But for me, it’s the little things that make my heart sing! That being said, whether you’re a detail oriented person or not, there are a few simple ways to personalize your big day within reason. One being: Vintage Stamps! There are so many beautiful vintage and current stamp designs that will really send home your wedding look.

Bridal Tip: Vintage Stamps

We were privileged to work with Edelweiss Post. They’re an online shop that sells gorgeous “vintage postage stamps which you can choose by theme, holiday, geographic location, and color combinations.” They have a huge variety to choose from, including wedding suites that feature a lovely curated collection of stamps. They also sell current limited edition stamps. I used these beautiful limited edition Oscar de la Renta stamps! A custom selection of stamps that matches your wedding theme is such a lovely detail and it’s simple to execute when you have the right resources.

Bridal Tip: Vintage Stamps

The vintage stamps were the perfect addition to my wedding invitations. They give people a taste of what to expect before they even opened the envelope. Who wouldn’t want that?! I love companies that are clearly passionate about what they do and Edelweiss Post is one such company!

Bridal Tip: Vintage Stamps

Photography by Anna Killian | Post by Rebecca Young

Thank you to Edelweiss Post for the beautiful stamps 

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