Monogram Etiquette

If it's not monogrammed, is it even yours?

A monogram is a design created by combining two or more letters, typically the initials of a person's name, in an artistic and interconnected way. It's a unique and personalized way to represent someone's identity, often used for branding personal items like clothing, accessories, or stationery. Monograms can be simple and elegant or more elaborate, depending on individual preferences. Essentially, it's a stylish way of saying, "This belongs to me!"


For the girlies:

First Name, LAST NAME, Middle Name.

The reason why the last name traditionally goes in the middle is because the last name is most important and should stand out!
Example: Meet Bella Sue Marvin, whose monogram would look like:
For the wifeys:
First Name, LAST NAME, Maiden name (or middle name if you prefer). Generally when a woman is married, the middle name leaves her monogram and is replaced by her maiden name.
Example: Our bestie Bella Sue Martin finds the love of her life, Bob Garby, and they get married! Her new monogram would be:
For the couples:
Bride's First Name, LAST NAME, groom's first name.
Since Bella and Bob Garby are now happily married, their shared monogram would be:
Don't like having your last name in the middle?
Some rules are meant to be broken. If traditional monograms aren't your style, no worries! These are made just for you, so you decide how you want your item to look and we'll follow your instructions.
Some of our adorable monogram options

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