Crazy About 3-D Monograms!

Did you know there was etiquette to using monograms? If not, you are not alone. These cute little details dress up any wall, invitation, dessert table and dance floor, but here’s a quick etiquette 101 when using monograms at your wedding.

Invitations should use only double monograms, generally the first initial of the bride and groom’s first names. Wait until the wedding reception to use beautiful single monogram (groom’s last name) or triple monogram (groom’s last name initial flanked by first initial of bride on the left, and first initial of groom on the right). But if you wanted to break the rules, I won’t tell anyone… I promise.

So, today I’m inspired by 3-D monograms because they can make the prefect gift, decoration, escort cards, cake topper or detail!

 Photos courtesy of bellafigura.com, {Stone & Cardboard Letters} letterfest.com, mywedding.com, michigandjservice.com, ohhappyday.com, After Yes Blog, craft-craft.net, {cake topper} jadenrainspired on Etsy, {click the Ruffled link to find out how to make the monogram wall decoration} Ruffled.


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Comments

  1. So cute, especially the first one!

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