Monogram

A monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters to form one symbol. Monograms are often made by combining the initials of a couple.

Calligraphy

In a calligraphic style, this formal monogram emphasizes the centered initial of the last name with flanking his and her’s forename initials.

Brushed Lettering

With a brushed script style, this unique combination of letterforms considers how the two forename initials combine to make the surname initial. Here, an “s” and “t” join to make an “H.”

Sans Serif Type

Utilizing a decorative sans serif style, only two forename initials, a “Y” and “K,” combine to complete the monogram.

Serif Type

This serif type style demonstrates how two forename initials intertwine in love.

Handwritten Lettering

This casual monogram shows a single individual’s initials. This is a secondary asset, and may be used to sign cards.

Script Lettering

This elaborate connection of script lettering emphasizes the centered initial of the last name (“H”) with flanking his and her’s forename initials (“S” and “T”).

* Each suite can be customized with your choice of colors, artwork, type, layout, and paper.

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Let’s get started! First, take a moment to jot down your favorite design options: I want to know which cards you need, your design preferences, and how many wedding suites you’re aiming to print. If you’re uncertain at this point, that’s okay! I’m here to help and guide you every step of the way. Tell me what you’re thinking, and let’s start the conversation about your dream wedding!