Wedding Monogram Ideas
Weaving in first names, initials, or a custom monogram adds a romantic stamp to special occasions—and a modern wedding is not complete without one. From aisle runners to pool flotations, we rounded up a few clever ways to leave a singular mark on your best day ever.
Photo: Marcel & Meher Photography
This reception design features a monogrammed table runner with an eclectic mix of rustic details.
Photo: Melanie Duerkopp
Get the fun started with a personalized chalkboard that works as a wedding backdrop or for reception photos.
Adorn each bridesmaid bouquet with a monogrammed ribbon. After your I dos, they will make a charming keepsake.
Photo: Susie Cushner Photography
Before dessert, serve guests a citrus sorbet to cleanse their palates. For decoration, this bride and groom had their initials piped in chocolate on each plate, then edged the miniature wedding cakes with fresh raspberries.
Design a monogram that can be weaved through the entire celebration, from your invitation suite to the wedding cake.
Brighten up a dessert table with vintage marquee or circus letter lights.
Photo: Steve Cowell
Hosting a poolside reception? Ask your florist to design a pair of mossy or floral floats, like this couple did for their retro nuptials in Palm Springs.
This white-and mint, trellis-patterned wedding cake from Erica O’Brien Cake Design was finished with a monogram-embossed, starburst mirror frame.
Sealed with a kiss. For their pink, yellow, and green reception at The Colony Palm Beach, this love struck pair picked a Lily Pulitzer-inspired monogram chair back they could share.
Make petit fours even more appealing with a custom monogram stamp (which can also be used to seal wedding stationary). Follow this easy tutorial by Cookie Bakes to create your own chocolate wax seals.