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I've received a wedding invitation with a response card. What does the "M" on the response card stand for? What is the proper way to fill the blank next line next to the "M"? Do I write "Mr. & Mrs. LastName" or just "LastName" or, since the M is already there, "r. & Mrs. LastName"?

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The M_____________ is a space for the invitee's name as well as others invited.
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Thank you kindly for responding, however, my original question remains. Exactly how is the line next to the M correctly filled? Assume for example a husband and wife are replying to the RSVP. Is the preprinted "M" used so that one writes "r. and Mrs. XYZ" or does one rewrite the M by writing "Mr. and Mrs. XYZ"? I have always wondered the correct way to do this. Thank you.

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Yes, you write r. next to the M and then Mrs.
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