Rules for Monogramming
Monogrammed gifts come in many forms. Anything from pens to bath towels can be monogrammed. Such gifts are a great idea, as the giver does not have to know anything about the recipient except his or her initials. Specific guidelines must be followed...
Jun 11, 2014 ... But, what is proper monogram etiquette exactly? Which initial goes first? How do
different size letters effect the order of the initials? What is ...
An illustrated guide to monogramming etiquette, choosing a monogram style,
using the right initials in the correct order, monogrammed gift ideas, and more.
Apr 15, 2014 ... However, the etiquette of which monogram to use when and where in your
wedding can be particularly tricky, so we thought we'd revisit this ...
Sep 19, 2012 ... As a Southerner, we're born monogrammed (or at least my babies will be), but
the formal etiquette of which letter goes where can become a bit ...
“There are no formal guides for proper etiquette with one-letter monograms.
Either the initial of the first or last name is selected. This monogram offers
In the 19th and Early 20th Centuries, when the rules for three-letter monograms
were created, it would have been fairly easy to decide which letters represented ...
Apr 9, 2009 ... A married couple has a choice of three types of monograms, traditional, modern
and single initial. A traditional monogram for a married couple ...
Mar 16, 2013 ... Bedding: “Traditionally the lady of the house uses her monogram: first, married,
and maiden, in that order,” says Jane. Also acceptable, using ...
Monogramming Etiquette. Historically, monograms were used as a royal
signature. Monograms were used by artists in the Middle Ages to sign artwork.