Monogram Collections, Placement & Etiquette

 

CLASSIC MONOGRAMS

A01

A04

A06

A07

A08

A9

A11

A12

A13

A15

A17

A24

A27

A28

A31

A32

A33

A34

A35

A37

A39

A41

A42

A44

A45

A46

A54

A58

A63

A65

A66

A72

C1

C3

C5

C6

C10

C13

C17

C18

 

 

CONTEMPORARY MONOGRAMS

A02

A18

A23

A29

A30

A40

A43

A49

A55

A56

A62

A68

A67

A69

A70

A71

A73

A74

A75

A76

A77

A79

A80

C4

C16

C19

 

CHILDREN'S MONOGRAMS

A03

A10

A19

A21

A36

A50

A53

A57

A60

A61

A64

 

MONOGRAM PLACEMENT SUGGESTIONS FOR BEDDING

TOP LEFT

TOP RIGHT

TOP CENTER

CENTER

 

 

MONOGRAM PLACEMENT SUGGESTIONS FOR BATH

BOTTOM CENTER

CENTER

CENTER

 

 

MONOGRAM PLACEMENT SUGGESTIONS FOR DINNER NAPKINS AND PLACEMATS

VERTICAL

CATTY CORNER

CENTER

TOP CENTER

TOP LEFT

 

 

MONOGRAM PLACEMENT SUGGESTIONS FOR TABLE CLOTHS

CATTY CORNER DROP

Monogram Etiquette

1 Letter Monogram

Single first or last name initial or married couples last name initial:

J: Jane

B: Beale

 

2 Letter Monogram

LP: Lisa Pierson (first and last name)

DB: David Burke (first and last name)

MB: Michael Barbara (first names of each partner)

PB: Patterson Burke (last names of each partner)

3 Letter Monogram

This combination has a variety of letter combinations depending upon your personal preference. Here are some suggestions:

EMS or ESM

Elizabeth Margaret Smith (Married last name initial or maiden last name initial)

CRR

Caroline Rollings Richard (Married couple combined)

EBW or EWB

Elizabeth Billings-Wollingford (Hyphenated last name or combination of maiden and married last name)

ESJD

Elizabeth and David Smith-Jones (Blended last names - couples who decide to combine and hyphenate their last names.)

SdeM

Sandra de Mille (Last names with a "de" are traditionally monogrammed using the first initial of the last name or combining the "de" with the last name. Also an option for names containing apostrophes, such as O'Riley)