Here Are the Monogram Rules You Need to Know Before Building Your Registry
When it comes to wedding registries, there’s nothing more classic than the monogram—whether it’s embroidered on sheets and towels, printed on stationery or etched into serveware, it continues to be the most popular way for couples to personalize any number of items on their wish list.
Of course, monograms aren’t limited to married couples, but there are some general formatting rules (like sizing and the order of the initials) that come into play depending on your relationship status. (We’ve definitely heard wedding guests opt to just not get a gift monogrammed rather than deal with how tricky getting it right can be.)
Helpfully, though, Vogue has whipped up these guidelines that have all of your bases covered, whether you’re single, engaged or married—or giving a gift to someone whether they are single, engaged or married. Few cute ideas for your registry (or gift-giving!) in there, too.
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