Wedding monograms are timeless; the personalization behind them continues to become more artistic and unique as the years pass. Essentially, a couple's monogram is but a few initials brought together to represent the new spouses – but it can symbolize something much more significant when these letters are intermingles in the cleverest of ways. These wedding monograms – oftentimes crafted specifically for a couple by talented stationers – can be used on invitation suites, stationery, and other décor elements for the celebration, but then later incorporated into the couple's home serving as a lifelong motif. See some of our favorite creations using abstract art, letterpress, and laser-cut embellishments.
Engraved invitation printed on deckle-edge stock with custom monogrammed laser-cut wrap and handmade envelope with deckle edge, paired with a letterpressed liner by Elizabeth Grace; elizabethgrace.com
Luxurious ebony invitation with rose-gold foil featuring a laser-cut gatefold and matching statement monogrammed envelope from "The Amber" suite by Oda Creative; odacreative.com
"Today's Modernist" clean invitation with a bold design by Paper Culture; paperculture.com
"Wrapped in Love" engraved invitation with gold bevel nestled in a laser-cut black wrap and finished with a chroma monogram by RedBliss Design; redbliss.com
"Fit for a Queen" elegant gold-and-white invitation suite with monogram by Cheree Berry Paper; chereeberry.com
"Buckley Suite" custom calligraphy invitation suite in shades of blue featuring an illustrative crest and abstract art envelope liner by Lowcountry Paper Co.; lowcountrypaperco.com
Photos by Jay Lawrence Goldman Photography