"My rule is, if it's not moving, monogram it." ~ Reese Witherspoon
Wedding day monograms are hot right now and you will see them everywhere! They provide a great way to personalize your wedding and can be used long after your special day. You can personalize every detail from your invitations, wedding programs, reception decor, dance floor lighting designs, wedding cakes...just to name a few. Monograms can be as simple or extravagant as you would like.
There are some etiquette rules to keep in mind when using a wedding day monogram. Generally speaking, the monogram will contain the bride's first initial, the surname of the couple and the groom's first initial, in that order. For example, Rebecca and David Hall would be RHD.
Check out this guide for more monogram etiquette at Savannah Redtop Blogspot.
Enjoy the following wedding day monograms.
|Monogrammed Silver Vases|
|Monogrammed Bridesmaids Clutches|
|Wreath with Monogrammed Sash for Reception|
|Monogrammed Table Runner for Cake Table|
|Monogram on Wedding Cake|
|Bridal Bouquet with Monogrammed Ribbon|
|Monogram on the Dance Floor|
|Wooden Monogram Wedding Guest Book|
|Monogrammed Memorial Candles|
|Monogrammed Aisle Runner|
|Monogrammed Necklace with Bride's New Initials|
|Monogrammed Quilt Guestbook|
|Monogram at Ceremony Site|
|Monogram at Rustic Style Wedding|
|Monogrammed Wedding Invitation|
|Monogrammed Table Runner|
|Monogrammed Pillow for Seating Area|
|Monogrammed Chair Decor|
|Monogram for Sweetheart Table|
Are you planning to use any wedding day monograms on your special day? Please share your ideas and comments. We love hearing from our readers.