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What is the M on the RSVP card for??? What does it mean?
I want to order RSVP cards, but the line for the guest name has a capital M at the beginning and I don't know why?

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Posted On: Nov 19, 2009 at 8:28 PM | Vendors are allowed | Add to My Watchlist | Flag As Inappropriate

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Nov 20, 2009 at 1:23 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
I believe that stands for Mr. or Mrs. or Miss. or Ms. The "M" is just there to remind the person to fill in which of those they are. Altho honestly I don't think it's really necessary in wedding invitations. If you invited Pat Smith to your wedding, I'm sure you know whether that's a guy (Patrick) or a girl (Patricia) and if the latter whether she's single or married!

Married: 01/01/2011
Nov 20, 2009 at 10:02 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
Yup, that M is for the Mr/Ms/Mrs, etc.

Here's a tip--on the back of your RSVP card, number the cards very lightly with pencil, and keep track of which number you send to which guest. It's inevitable that someone will send back the card with no name on it. No one will notice the tiny number on the back of the card, but it will save you from having to track down who sent back a blank/incomplete RSVP!

Married: 01/01/2011
Nov 20, 2009 at 10:02 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
Yup, that M is for the Mr/Ms/Mrs, etc.

Here's a tip--on the back of your RSVP card, number the cards very lightly with pencil, and keep track of which number you send to which guest. It's inevitable that someone will send back the card with no name on it. No one will notice the tiny number on the back of the card, but it will save you from having to track down who sent back a blank/incomplete RSVP!
Nov 20, 2009 at 10:41 PM • Flag As Inappropriate
Mr, Mrs or Miss.

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Nov 25, 2009 at 6:57 PM • Flag As Inappropriate
It does stand for Mr. Mrs. or Miss but many brides' who don;t mind breaking tradition go with the word "Name" instead of using the M. Plus, Doctors need to cross it out & re-write. :o)
 

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