A single initial monogram is used to represent a first name or last name. Choose this embroidery style to represent a single individual’s first or last name, and also it can be used to represent a couple’s last name.
For example, H, can be for Hallie or Hodges
Two Initial Monogram
A two initial monogram represents a first name and last name. For this monogram style, each letter is embroidered to be the same size.
For example, BK is for Blaire Kirkpatrick
Traditional Three Initial Monogram
A three letter monogram traditionally represents an individual’s first, middle/maiden, and last name. The last name initial is placed in the center and is the largest letter. The first and middle/maiden names are smaller in size and anchor the large, last initial. This style can be used for everyone- adults, children, men, and women.
For example, eWc represents Elizabeth Claire Williams
A three initial married monogram is composed of the wife’s first initial, the husband’s first name, and their last name initial in the middle. Just like the traditional, three letter monogram, the last name is placed in the middle and is embroidered the largest.
For example, aSb represents Allison and Bryce Smith
Monogram for Men
A monogram for a man consists of his first initial, middle initial, and last initial. In this monogram style, all initials are the same size.
For example, SMG represents Stephen Michael Green
Four Initial Monogram
Four letter monograms can be tricky, but don't worry, that's why we are here to help! In the example shown above, you see that we stack the double name letters on one side of the large, centered initial.
For example- agHe represents Anna-Gray Elizabeth Hill.
If you ever need assistance in choosing a monogram style or would like to double check that the initials are placed in the correct order, please don't hesitate to contact us.