How do you seal wedding invitations?

How do you seal wedding invitations?

5 Creative & Effective Ways to Tightly Seal Envelopes

  1. Super Important Invitation Tip: ...
  2. Top 5 Suggestions from the Paper Pros. ...
  3. Q-Tip, Bowl of Water & Press Firmly. ...
  4. Paint Brush, Water & Water Soluble Adhesive. ...
  5. Clear Glue Sticks. ...
  6. Double Sided Tape Roller. ...
  7. Heavy Compress (Stick 'em Under a Book)!

What can I use instead of licking envelopes?

How To Seal Envelopes Without Licking Them

  • Use a cotton swab or Q-tip. Dip the end of the swab in a small bit of water in a cup. ...
  • Envelope Moisteners work brilliantly. These hand-held beauties have liquid glue inside, or allow you to simply put water in them. ...
  • Glue Sticks – good ole “envelop glue” will do the trick.

How do you wet a bunch of envelopes?

Using a sponge This is a pretty simple and effective way that anybody can use. Simply wet a sponge with water and dab onto the glue. Be careful not to soak the sponge so that water drips onto the envelope itself.

Can I tape an envelope shut?

You can use tape on the flaps and seams to reinforce the envelope or box, but you cannot reconstruct the packaging in any way. How much tape is TOO much tape? ... Encasing a box or envelope is NOT OK.

Can I tape 2 envelopes together?

If taped so that it behaves as one piece, and if flat, and if 1/4 inch thick or under, yes. The combined piece, just as any one piece, has a maximum size of 6 1/8 x 11 1/2.