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    What is considered a "formal name" when addressing envelopes, invitations, etc.?

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    Use the addressee's full given name and any appropriate titles, not a nickname:

    Ms. Margaret Smith instead of "Peggy Smith"
    Mr. Charles Winchester III instead of "Chuck Winchester"

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    Always use the Mr. and Ms. or Mrs. when addressing envelopes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmcopeland View Post
    Always use the Mr. and Ms. or Mrs. when addressing envelopes?
    Yes.

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