Monograms are exciting, especially when you get to change it up with new initials! If you like the idea of monograms here and there, here are a few good spots you might want to place them.
While the mini-bride-and-groom cake toppers are making a comeback, large, often bejeweled, monogram cake toppers are quire popular too. But, if you’re loving your letters and don’t want them to top off your cake, try placing them on a different tier like the one pictured here! A nice, yet elegant, twist.
You may not feel the need for everyone to see your new monogram, but why not treat yourself to a custom label, that can be used as a reminder after the big day or just kept around as a keepsake.
Make a statement with your cake table (or head table) with a monogrammed table runner. After the wedding, it could be a nice addition to your dining room linens or something you pass down through the family.
Lots of florists use ribbons to bind bouquet stems. Why not spice them up a bit with your bridesmaids monogram? After the bouquet is long gone, they can use the ribbon to tie back their hair, use as a bookmark, etc.
Always a popular choice! Monograms go great with just about any part of your paper ensemble. They are a great element that can really tie the pieces together.
Planning on giving out favors as guests leave? These fabulous stickers could be applied to boxes or bags filled with goodies for your guests.
There are so many more things you can monogram if you feel the need (just don’t go overboard)! For example, a dance floor spot light, underthings (*wink*), pocket squares or handkerchiefs for your groom and his men and jewelry.
What else could or would you throw a monogram on?