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PM Custom Weddings Introduces New Line of Spring Wedding Stamps
PM Custom Weddings today unveiled a new line of Spring Wedding Stamps, featuring dozens of exciting and unique spring designs for brides and grooms to choose from as they plan their perfect wedding.
Since the United States Postal Service first allowed businesses to print custom postage stamps several years ago, wedding planners have been able to add a special touch to invitations and save-the-date reminders. PM Custom Weddings is a leader in the market, and offers custom designs and personalization free of charge for brides and grooms all over America.
This year’s spring line includes a variety of distinctive new designs, including Cherry Blossoms, Lilies, and Gerbera Daisies. Brides and grooms can view a gallery of the new spring collection and all other custom designs at http://www.pmcustomweddings.com.
"Brides and grooms are always looking for a unique way to express themselves before their special day. So much time is spent choosing the right wedding invitation, and the perfect postage can give it the personal touch that every couple wants. We enjoy working with couples to create the personal flavor and memorable appeal that they want for their wedding,” said Pam G., owner and designer at PM Custom Weddings.
Custom wedding stamps are available in a variety of denominations to meet the postage requirements of wedding invitations. All postage is ready-to-go and legal for mailing in North America.
To learn more about PM Custom Weddings, please visit http://pmcustomweddings.com.
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About PM Custom Weddings
PM Custom Weddings is an Internet-based provider of custom wedding stamps, save the date cards, thank you cards, and monogrammed envelope seals. Its designers work personally with brides and grooms to make their event special and memorable through unique mailing items. PM Custom Weddings is proudly recognized by the United States Postal Service, and has its designs featured on the USPS.com website.