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Wedding Roses Forever Stamps

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On April 21, 2011, in Washington, DC, the Postal Ser­vice™ will issue a Wedding Roses commemorative stamp (Forever® priced at 44 cents), in one design in a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 stamps. The stamps, designed by Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, Mary­land, feature a photograph taken by Renee Comet of Washington, DC.

The photograph shows two white roses gently resting atop a piece of wedding correspondence. A white ribbon is visible in the background. The Wed­ding Roses stamps will go on sale nationwide on April 21, 2011.

Although modern couples plan weddings that reflect each person’s individuality, roses have remained a bridal tradition throughout many generations. Many people feel nothing conveys love better than a rose.

Searching for elegant wedding roses stamps to compliment your wedding invitations? The wedding roses stamps feature two beautiful white roses to ensure that your wedding correspondence will be remembered.

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Suitors introduced the rose as a symbol of love in the Victorian Era. Strict rules of conduct made it impossible for smitten young men to express their emotions verbally. A “language of flowers” developed, which allowed lovers to communicate sentiments by the type, color, and a number of flowers they gave one another.

The gift of red roses is a declaration of love, while pink roses convey sweetness, grace, and poetic romance. White roses carried on a bride’s wedding day signify eternal love, purity, and innocence.

According to tradition, long-stemmed roses are an expression of love and devotion. They represent the love that is deep and long-lasting. Because the number twelve represents a complete cycle, a dozen roses are the symbol of complete love. Since there are 24 hours in a day, two dozen roses signify complete devotion to each moment of every day. So it’s a special way to send a message of love to use the stamps with the wedding roses.

Brand new, 1 sheet of 20 first-class stamps (20 total stamps).
Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current first-class mail one-ounce rate.
Features wedding roses design.
Great for weddings, invitations, and other mailings.