This form was created by the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) with the purpose of using it for internal disputes.
This document is a customs form used by the United States Postal Service (USPS) to describe contents of your package, in order to determine duty fees at the border control.
This is a customs form used by the United States Postal Service (USPS) to describe package items to be used at the border control.
This form is used by the United States Postal Service (USPS) to inform their customers about the delivery in cases when their return receipt was not received.
This form is used by the United States Postal Service (USPS) to summarize the contents of your package, as well as the value of these contents.
Use this USPS customs form to list your packaged items for the destination country's border control.
This is a complete wedding planning checklist that allows you to start planning your wedding a year in advance and gives month-by-month instructions on what needs to be done in preparation for the big day.
This is a bridal registry checklist template that helps to get organized for a wedding by planning, ordering and sharing a basic list of necessary (or not so necessary) items for your wedding from kitchen items to bedding.
This wedding planning checklist template (by The Vineyards) is yet another version of a 12-month long checklist in a simple format. The checklist gets more scrupulous as the big days approaches.
This simple one-page wedding flower checklist from Metropolitan Exchange will assist you with the flower arrangements for your wedding, from the bridal party and corsages to reception and table decorations.
This minimalist weekly planner lists the seven days of the week on the left and provides space for notes on the right. Print the template on both sides of a piece of paper or cardstock and fold in half to create your own DIY planner.
A bridal shower checklist is usually a list of items for the invitees to bring, but this one is merely a reminder. It starts with a do-not-forget checklist three months prior to the wedding and ends with the wedding day.