Top 10 Wedding Monogram Ideas

Wedding Monograms

Wedding Monograms are all the rage!  As you can see, you aren’t just limited to adding your new initial to your cocktail napkins! Brides are finding artsy and creative ways to display their wedding monograms.

1. Handmade letters in the wedding colors hung from the backs of reception chairs to mark the Bride and Groom’s seats.  For more from this wedding, click here.
2. The couple’s initial was made from moss and hung from the chapel’s main door.  See more of this summer wedding here.
3.  Escort cards are detailed with the wedding monogram.
4.  French patisserie-style charlottes (sponge cakes) are adorned with the couple’s monogram for a fancy touch!
5. This is my favorite! What a neat way to add your monogram with these vellum paper cones filled with rose petals for guests to toss at the newlyweds!  See more from this pink wedding here.
6. Almonds filled these favor bags for guests.  Adding your wedding monogram to a favor bag or box adds a personal touch! See more from this Austin, TX wedding here.
7. Beautiful hydrangeas adorn this monogrammed cake. The monogram was made of royal icing topped with nonpareil sprinkles.
8. Why limit your monogram to one side of the cake? This beautiful script sweeps around the cake adding beautiful detail.
9. Water bottles awaited guests by the dance floor at this wedding. The signature wedding motif was wrapped around the bottles, adding an extra special touch! See more from this Galveston, TX wedding here.
10. Simple square vases adorned with blue ribbon topped with the couple’s monogram were darling centerpieces for their reception tables.  See more from this Rhode Island wedding here.

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  1. What snazzy things you do! I will definitely subscribe via RSS… but as a good friend of mine is in Nashville doing very similar work, I cannot become a fan on facebook or she’d kill me! HA! Thanks for joiningi n on the SITS discussion!

  2. i like this post!!! (and just for the record, i’ll be your fan on facebook no matter who my friends are!)

  3. Awww…this takes me back to the days of planning my wedding. Thanks for the memory and the little sigh that magically came out of me as I looked at these pictures! :-)

    Visiting from SITS and plan to do so in the future!

  4. stopping by from SITS…beautiful website with great ideas. I’ll be checking in for recipe ideas as I run a food blog of my own and it looks like you do some yummy desserts on here! :)

  5. I love anything Monogrammed!! It is always such a great way to add that special flair, especially for a wedding! I adore that cake in #7.

  6. Love these ideas! I design wedding monograms, and it’s great to see other people’s ideas of how to use them! Love that cake in #8 :) yumm

  7. Ohhhh perhaps it is the southern girl in me, but I love monograms on anything! Weddings, parties, stationery, luggage….you just can’t go wrong! I love the ways of incorporating them!

    1. ME too Kori! I adore them!!! I know when I get married, I’m definitely going to want to incorporate my monogram! :)

  8. I have always adored incorporating monograms as well! We used them on bar items at our wedding and also on smaller elements like items in the guest travel baskets. Cute collection of ideas Courtney!

  9. Troy Limm says:

    Great post! I really like all of the ideas. I also think that it would be really cool to have a custom gobo at the wedding with the monogram on it. It would make the dance floor fancier!

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