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You know the saying, “If it stops moving, monogram it”? It’s safe to say that we Southern girls like to monogram everything, and one of the biggest days of our lives is certainly no exception! Historically, monograms were used to show ownership or status, but now, they’ve become so much more–they’ve become a sentimental way to personalize your wedding details so they can be passed down or displayed in your newlywed home. Whether walking down the aisle is the last time you’ll wear your maiden initials, or your first meal as husband and wife is on china with your initials cozied up next to your new husband’s, a monogram makes everything that much more special!

Today, we’ve rounded up ten of our best ideas for incorporating your monogram into your wedding details. Enjoy!

A gorgeous monogrammed veil (Photo by Katelyn James from Dave and Sara’s wedding)

A monogram for your going-away car (or golf cart!). Photo by Rachel Red from Sarah and Adam’s wedding.

Monogrammed dinner plates from Sasha Nicholas for your sweetheart table and newlywed life (Photo by A.J. Dunlap. See the whole pink tablescape!)

A watercolor monogram sign to welcome guests or point them in the right direction (Photo by Dixie Pixel from Matthew and Jessica’s wedding)

Monogram bouquet wrap in turquoise (Photo by Dana Cubbage from Katie and David’s wedding)

Monogrammed ghost chairs for a rooftop wedding ceremony (Photo by Our Labor of Love from Abby and Matt’s wedding)

Floral monogram (and a beautiful bouquet!) (Photos by Mint Photography from Laura and Grayson’s wedding)

Monogrammed clutches for the bride and her bridesmaids (Photo by Robyn Van Dyke from Tori and Will’s wedding)

Monogrammed crest table runner for the head table (Photo by A Bryan Photo from Southern Weddings V4)

Monogrammed mason jars (Photo by Dear Wesleyann from Ashley and Steve’s wedding)

marissa Written with love by Marissa

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