Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Red Wedding Stamps Custom Postage

Here you will find a selection of red themed postage stamps for your wedding. They can also be customized with your own personal text.

This first design features I do in yellow on a red background. The border shows an intricate design that was made by selecting a decorative font and spelling the word YES multiple times.

Monogrammed postage stamps are also a popular choice for wedding invitations. This design features two red tulips, side by side, with a placeholder for your monogram to the right.

This next stamp features a heart design. The heart is white, outlined in red, on a background of wisps of red on pink. Our Wedding is written in script letters of red, centered in the middle of the heart.

This next design is a perfect choice for winter and/or Valentine Weddings. It features a snowflake made of white hearts on a red background. In the center of the snowflake is a placeholder for initials, that are written in red.

Some brides and grooms like to include an RSVP notification on their invites. This design which includes red, also features orange and silver. The reddish orange fills two diagonal corners with a spray of silver star flowers aligning a pathway down the center. A lighter orange path fills the diagonal center with RSVP written across the center, in brown. This would be a great choice for autumn weddings.

This simple design of white text on red simply says, I do. It is written in a cursive font.

And last but not least, is a pretty arrangement of red tulips with a Thank you message written in yellow across the bottom.

Remember that you can customize the text on any of these designs. If you have any questions or requests, you can contact me via email to or through my Zazzle store, CherylsArt.

If you have a red image on your computer that you'd like to use, you can also create your own stamps online at Zazzle. You'll find the Customize It button to the right (after clicking on the link.) You can upload an image, type in text, pick your font and font color, and resize them and move them around. If you choose this option, happy creating to you.

Blessings to you and yours.

Cheryl Paton