Post # 1
So I was thinking of having the invitation lady we are using to make our invites remove the M on the RSVP.
I thought of just writing in the names as John and Suzy Smith or would it look better as Mr. and Mrs. Smith???
Let me know.
Post # 3
I think it depends on the level of formality that you desire. Will you be writing Mr. & Mrs. John Smith or John & Suzy Smith on the front of the envelope? If so, then you might want to keep it consistent inside on the RSVP. Just a thought…
Post # 4
While I’m not typically a big fan of the M (I tend towards informal), I think with the layout of your RSVP, you kind of need it. My fear with dropping it would be that a fair number of people would just think it was a dividing line, and fail to write their name at all! People manage to make some really dumb mistakes while filling out RSVPs.
Post # 5
@ddw:exactly. no one will realize they’re supposed to write their names!
Post # 6
I am actually going to write in the names and also the number of seats we have reserved. We are trying to eliminate a large number of people bringing their kids
Post # 7
We’re writing “Names” instead of “M” because at least 1/4 of the people we are inviting are doctors, and it’s annoying to cross out the “M” and put “D” instead!