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Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, When signing a card (i.e. birthday card) whose name should go first? Is etiquette to put the man’s name then follow with the wife and then the kids, or does it matter which name goes
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, My aunt said we should send out cards announcing of my father’s passing. I’ve never heard of doing this. Can you shed some light on this? Sylvia S. Well, Sylvia, while they are not often used,
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, For my housewarming party, I’d really like gift cards instead of gifts people bring me. How do I put that in the invitations? New House Girl While it is perfectly proper to state “no gifts please”
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, Do you use Sr. or Jr. when writing to the woman when her husband was either a Sr. or a Jr.? Mary Paull Dear Ms. Paull, In formal usage, yes, you do add the prefix Sr.
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, I always wonder, when writing out cards, is it professional to write on the opposite side of the imprinted message. If you have a card that folds in half downwards, are you supposed to write
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette My fiancé and I are getting ready to send out our wedding invitations. A lot of our friends are in relationships, but not married. What is the proper way to address an invitation to an
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette My wife and I have a score for you to settle … I’ve always signed greeting cards “Yours Truly,” but she insists that “Sincerely” is more appropriate for personal correspondence. I think it’s a matter of