Love & Marriage: 2013 Style

CommHorizontal2012-single-Are you getting married this year or know someone who is? The latest stamps in our Weddings series feature sweet floral bouquets that are perfect for spring but will look beautiful on wedding invitations and RSVPs year-round. (Every season is wedding season after all!) Delight your loved ones from the moment they open the mailbox.

WhereDreamsBlossom-Forever-single-BGv1Sold at the two-ounce stamp rate, the 66-cent Yes, I Do stamp accommodates the heavier weight of a wedding invitation, as well as other mailings such as oversize cards or small gifts that require extra postage. Its companion stamp, Where Dreams Blossom—a Forever® stamp sold at the one ounce rate of 46 cents—is available for response cards, save-the-date notices, thank-you notes, and other correspondence. You can find both online, at your local Post Office, or by calling 800-STAMP24 (800-782-6724).

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About USPS Stamps

The Postal Service™ is proud of its role in portraying the American experience to a world audience through the issuance of postage stamps and postal stationery. Each year the Postal Service issues commemorative stamps reflecting subjects of national significance and appeal. More than 160 years of stamp development has yielded an incredible archive of imagery and commentary reflecting American culture and society. Even in this fast-changing world, stamps are still a versatile and convenient method of postage. And stamp collecting is a lifetime hobby that is fun and educational for all ages. Stamp collecting is easy to start without a big investment. It is also a great way to learn about the world and its many wonders, opening the door to an exciting universe of history, science, geography, the arts, technology, and sports. Our mission is to provide universal service that is prompt, reliable, efficient, affordable, and self-sustaining. Throughout its history the Postal Service has grown with the nation, binding it together by ensuring that everyone, everywhere, has the same ability to communicate regardless of technological change.