www.formsofaddress.info/Joint_Forms_of_Address.html

I'm realize that traditionally, a formal invitation should be addressed to Mr. and Mrs. John Doe. However, I find it offensive to omit the female's name and wish to  ...

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Address a married couple using “Mr.” and “Mrs.” followed by the man's name. For example, “Mr. and Mrs. John Doe.” Address an unmarried couple that lives ...

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use full names and formal titles, do not abbreviate (except for Mr., Mrs., Ms., Jr.) ... Relatives (outer – formal inner – what you call them), Mr. and Mrs. John Doe ...

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Mrs. Jane Doe Mr. John Smith. For a married couple using the same last name: Put the names on one line, acknowledging both first names. Mr. and Mrs. Peter ...

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Feb 5, 2007 ... Q. Although I'm a staunch feminist, I took my husband's last name. We regularly get mail to “Mr. and Mrs. John Doe.” Because of my ...

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If you're looking for a novel method of address just to avoid feeling stupid, then, yes, you're overreacting. "Mr. and Mrs. John Doe" is standard.

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May 15, 2011 ... Thus the envelopes could be addressed (on separate lines) to “Ms. Lily Smith/Mr. and Mrs. John Doe” or Ms. Lily Smith/Ms. Jane Doe/Mr. John ...

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May 1, 2013 ... New Frozen Caress song: "Mr & Mrs Doe" Taken from the debut full-length album "Introjection". Music & lyrics by Davide Serra, arrangements ...

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Mar 12, 2011 ... Which way is more correct: Mr. John and Mrs. Jane Doe or Mr. and Mrs. John and Jane Doe? Or is there a better way than this? -- Lynna Dear ...