Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Adding Your Monogram to Your Wedding

What better way to show off your new married status than with some strategically placed monograms throughout your wedding? 

The traditional couple monogram is the bride’s first initial on the left side, the groom’s first name initial on the right side. Their shared last name initial goes in the middle, and is larger than the other two.

Here are some neat ways to integrate your couple monogram into the wedding. 

Veil – This monogrammed veil looks like it could be from a royal wedding. If you’ve ever dreamt of feeling like a princess on your wedding day, this is certainly one way to look the part.

Rustic Table Runner – If a rustic wedding is more your style, then try something like this monogrammed burlap table runner. After the wedding, you could keep this table cover and use it in your home.

Drink Stirrers – A monogram on these wooden drink stirrers is a nice touch. Your guests will notice you thought about all the details. Style Me pretty shows the stir sticks accompanied by some fun colorful straws.

Cake Topper – This cake topper makes use of a two letter monogram, with an ampersand joining the two together. In this case, you would typically use your first initials, with the bride’s going first.  

Monograms aren’t limited to script lettering – so if you are more of a modern couple, there are looks available, too. Let your couple monogram show your style.

Whether a two or three letters, a monogram can be a classic way to commemorate your union.


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