9 Ways to Utilize a Wedding Monogram

A wedding monogram is one of my favorite elements to incorporate into a wedding invitation suite. They can be used throughout your wedding like a logo to establish your wedding brand. Likewise, they are so versatile. Here are 9 of the possible ways to utilize a wedding monogram.

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9 Ways to Utilize a Wedding Monogram | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez
9 Ways to Utilize a Wedding Monogram | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

1. Invitation

First, the obvious idea is to include your monogram on your invitation. The monogram can be incorporated into a crest or it can stand alone.

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2. Envelope Liner

Also, a custom monogrammed envelope liner is a gorgeous addition whether your invitation includes your wedding monogram or not.

My custom portfolio includes gorgeous suites like this one with a hand drawn wedding monogram. What a great way to personalize your wedding invitation. | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

3. Ribbon and Monogram Tag

In addition, another way to incorporate a wedding monogram into your invitation is with a tag that is tied with silk ribbon. This ties your entire suite together…literally.

My custom portfolio includes gorgeous suites like this one with a hand drawn wedding monogram incorporated into the letterpress invitation and silk ribbon hang tag. | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

4. Wedding Program

So far, I’ve only talked about embellishments to your invitation suite. However, wedding monograms can also be used in your day of paper goods to create that wedding brand I mentioned. The best way to incorporate them into you ceremony is in your ceremony program.

My custom portfolio includes gorgeous day of paper goods like this crest suite wedding program with a hand drawn wedding monogram. | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

5. Koozies

There are so many fun ways to use your wedding monogram in your reception! For instance, monogram koozies are cute and incredibly useful for guests to hold their cold drinks. Also, this is a personal favorite because I collected koozies in college!

A great way to use your wedding monogram is on koozies or can holders for your wedding reception. | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

6. Cocktail Napkins

Additionally, another great way to incorporate your wedding monogram into the reception is on cocktail napkins. This is such a useful element that will be impossible for your guests to miss!

7. Cookies

Okay, get ready. Above all, this is one of my absolute favorites. You can have monogrammed cookies! You can include them on your dessert table or send them home with your guests as wedding favors.

How adorable are these cookies made by Erin Martin from ECBG Studio?! She is so incredibly talented! Erin creates gorgeous custom wedding cakes, celebration cakes, cookies, and cupcakes.

A wedding monogram can be used to make a gorgeous cookie even more beautiful! | Cookies by ECBG Studio | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

8. Favor Tags

Similarly, you can embellish any kind of favor with your wedding monogram by using a monogram favor tag. That’s a perfect way to continue that wedding branding through branded packaging.

9. Thank You Cards

Lastly, the best way to extend that wedding brand after your wedding (and for many years to come) is to have thank you cards made with your wedding monogram.

A wedding monogram can be used after the wedding on thank you cards. | Custom wedding invitations by Little Fox Paperie | Chicago, Illinois | Gracie Nunez

I love the way wedding monograms look, and I also love creating them. Get in touch, and we can start talking about your custom monogram!

xo, Gracie