Monogramming can be a bit confusing at times.
But that's why we are here!
Here are a few monogramming etiquette guidlines we tend to go by...

 

3-Letter Monogram (Women)
When representing a single person monogram, the first name is represented by the letter on the left, the middle name is represented by the letter on the right and the last name is represented by the larger letter in the middle.
Example shown:
Amanda Joy Middleton

 

1-Letter Monogram
Single letters may be used to represent either a first name or a last name.

 


Marriage Monogram
When representing a marriage or joint monogram, the wife's name is represented by the letter on the left, the husband's name is represented by the letter on the right and the last name is represented by the larger letter in the middle.
Example Shown:
Alicia & Brian Smith

 


3-Letter Monogram (Men)
When monogramming an item for a man, initials go in their proper order and are all the same size.
Example shown:
Jooey Benjamin Daniels