Here's an idea worth getting attached to: Artful adhesives, from address labels to alphabet stickers, can give new dimension to your announcements. Clockwise from top right: Address your invites with labels that wrap around the bottom of each envelope. Just download the editable template, print them off, and adhere. Picturebook for Wedding Paper Divas "Contemporary Solid" invitation (weddingpaperdivas.com). Avery sticker project paper #3383 (avery.com). Echo this invitation's oversize font by placing large letter stickers on the outside of your envelope. The Social Type "Hitched" invitation (minted.com). Chartpak 3/4-inch vinyl letters (dickblick.com). Transform colorful index cards into casual (and budget-friendly) save-the-dates with sticky strips made using a P-touch label maker. Oxford ruled index cards (amazon.com). Brother P-touch labeler PT-1290 and black-on-yellow 1/2-inch tape (both staples.com). Give an old-school technique a modern update by decking out your invites with wax seals (you can use the stamper long after your big day). Ian Koenig for Bella Figura "Amici" invitation (bellafigura.com). Wax Works fleur de lis wax stamper on removable wood handle, faux wax sticks, and glue gun (all wax-works.com). Print your big news on card stock, then make smaller cards that broadcast the date. Glue on tiny envelopes for the little cards. Paper Source 8 1/2-by-11-inch cover-weight paper in pool (paper-source.com). Paper Presentation 2 1/2-by-4 1/4-inch mini envelope (paperpresentation.com).