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What is a Monogram

A monogram tells a story. It suggests who we are or want to be, puts forth our views on marriage, tradition, and individual identity.

A monogram consists of a person's initials — usually a variation on the first, middle, and last name—and much has been written about proper monogram etiquette.

One of the reasons why monograms have been so widely throughout history is the simplicity of its design, as well as the beauty and grace which is imbued upon the item on which it is placed.

More recently, the monogram has become more of a trendy identifier on a person’s belongings than a signifier of wealth or status. Monograms may be found on almost anything. Interior Designers are using it ito add accent to the rooms. It has become very poplar with brides and part of the wedding planning.

Our Custom Monogramming department is here to help you create the perfect custom Monogram. From design consulting and drawing to finish artwork and embroidery file.

A beautiful custom design 

The Design Process

  • Meet with our design team
  • Discuss the type of monogram 2 or 3 letter,
  • What is it for Wedding, Interior Design, or just to have
  • We're will it be used for
  • Interlocking, straight fonts, borders etc..
  • Thread colors

What do get

  • Art files. From JPEG, PDF, Vector Files, all will be high resolution
  • Digitized embroidery file
  • One free sew out framed

Interlocking monogram

Two letterInterlocking monogram

Single letter with frames
Three letter interlocking monogram with frame
Three letter monogram with frame box
Reflected Monogram
Intertwine Gothic Monogram

So please contact us and let us help you create that special family heirloom monogram Contact - craig@atlanticembroideryworks.com

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Craig Mayhew
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