Non-Monotonous Monograms

by Jenny Bryde 25. August 2014 00:36

Everyone puts their letters stamped all over their weddings, right?  Well not really, but we certainly see a lot of initials.  After all, you're engaged for months and wondering if you're going to be Mrs. John Doe, Mrs. Jane Doe, Mrs. Jane Smith-Doe, right?  Check out these unique ways to incorporate your monogram into your wedding.



First off, you could hire a graphic designer to whip together a monogram or name graphic that matches your wedding colors and design.  You could then use the graphic to decorate many parts of your wedding including your invitations, napkins, etc.

Think about function as well as form.  The picture on below features a giant cut out of a couple's monograms where the guests were able to sign.  Later, this cutout was hung in their home as a unique wall decoration.

While this monogram won't last forever, the contrasting colors of the cupcakes really make a statement as your guests enter the reception area.


A relatively inexpensive add on to any alteration, getting your initials embroidered somewhere either on a dress, veil, or other item is a great way to incorporate your monogram!  Get your groom involved with an emboidered handkerchief or stamped cufflinks.  


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Hi!  Welcome to the blog!  My name is Jenny, and I am a Quad Cities bride to be.  Our goal for this blog is to share information on all things wedding including local vendors, new trends, and amazing inspiration.  Let us know if there is something you'd like to see on here!  

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