POPSUGAR Love Wedding Wedding Postage Stamp: Love It or Hate It? Love It or Hate It? Wedding Stamp by Tres Community 4/30/10 0 Shares Like us on Facebook This post comes from TrésSugar Community member Betty Wayne in the Weddings group. Share your wedding thoughts with our community by simply checking the wedding content box on any community post. I couldn't find a current picture online . . . this one is last year's but image is the same. Read More Wedding StampThe TraditionsWedding InvitationsCommunityInvitationsWeddingLove And Sex Wedding 17 Hilarious #WeddingFails That'll Make Your Day Hey Brides! Make Sure You Take These 25 Wedding Day Beauty Photos The Ultimate Wedding Day Photo Checklist 7 Tips to Consider Before Including Your Pet on Your Wedding Day POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Food Love and Sex DIY Tech Vegetarian Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. What’s Your Reaction? Thanks for your reaction Don’t forget to share this with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions beauty-and-brains 5 years I love this stamp! I have used it on all my wedding invitations, save the dates, and thank you cards, so it came out at the perfect time for me! discocactus 5 years When I was getting married 8 years ago, I wanted to send out stamps that had bats on them. Not that I like bats, just that I thought it would be unexpected. I was talked out of it. :) I really don't care about such things. Wedding talk makes me crazy after awhile. I've been to close to 25 weddings in the last 10 years and they all seem the same in my mind. 5 years I think the current rings stamp is nice, but I personally went with the love stamp. This time around its got a line illustration of the king and queen of hearts, in a very illustrate-y sort of way. snarkypants 5 years i can't think of many things i care less about than what this year's wedding stamps look like. except for maybe the 80 million wedding posts on this site lately. snarkypants 5 years i can't think of many things i care less about than what this year's wedding stamps look like.except for maybe the 80 million wedding posts on this site lately. PrincessLtrain 5 years I love them! I think they're much nicer than some of the other, cheesier wedding options. We used them on our response envelopes and I thought it was an elegant little touch. For anything aside from wedding related post, definitely not. PrincessLtrain 5 years I love them! I think they're much nicer than some of the other, cheesier wedding options. We used them on our response envelopes and I thought it was an elegant little touch. For anything aside from wedding related post, definitely not. Deidre 5 years Not into it at all. I got married last year, and we used the standard stamps with the bell on it. I'm not into Love stamps or anything cutesy, even on a wedding invite. Not everything about your wedding needs to scream some forced idea of "happily ever after." Beauty 5 years The USPS clerk gave me this stamp the other day. I was sending a postcard to a male friend, and I groaned because now he'll think I'm sending him a message. Or worse, his wife will. tlsgirl 5 years I swear there was a weddingsugar.com a few years back when they first started the "Sugar Wedding Season" but it's not around anymore. I feel like it starts in March on here and doesn't end until late July, and by the end I never want to hear about another wedding again. 5 years Yes, is there a WeddingSugar or something? What's with the deluge? JennyJK 5 years Like, for the specific purpose of invites as well. tlsgirl 5 years If you were sending out wedding invites, but I'm so over "wedding season." Every other post on here is wedding-centric. jenni5 5 years I like it. I would have bought them for my wedding invites. mallorycurtis 5 years it just looks so old-fashioned. i think a better idea would be to buy stamps that benefit a cause you care about, like the aspca or environmental organizations or what have you. if you're going to be buying tons of stamps anyway, might as well help a good cause while you're at it.