Historically, Monograms were used by royalties and artists to denote one’s status in society. Nowadays, Monograms are widely used because of its added personal, unique and meaningful touch, most especially to jewelries. It turns a simple and common jewelry into something that is uniquely yours, sentimental and inspirational. It is a perfect gift you can give to yourself and those you love.
ONE LETTER MONOGRAM
This is used if you prefer to have only one letter engraved on your jewelry. You can use either your first name initial or last name initial. First name initial is more common on jewelry monogramming.
Example: Sabrina Clark (First or Last)
TWO LETTER MONOGRAM
This is used if you do not have a middle name or you don't want to include it.
Example: Sabrina Clark / Sabrina Moon Clark
Also used for Couples Monogram, when both first name initials are combined, usually woman's first.
Example: Maureen Williams and Andrew Scott
THREE LETTER MONOGRAM
This is used when you have a middle name and wants to include it.
Example: Sabrina Moon Clark
First*Last*Middle- wherein the last name initial in the middle is emphasized with a larger font size.
First*Middle*Last- wherein all initials are of the same size.
Also used for Double-barrelled Last Name/Two Word Last Names with or without hypen, and with no middle name or does not want to include it.
Example: Olivia Jones-Smith / Olivia Sky Jones-Smith/Olivia Jones Smith
Also used for Married Couple Monogram, with same last name, combining her first initial, couple's married last name initial, and his first initial. Married last name is emphasized with a larger font size.
Example: Maureen Scott and Andrew Scott
FOUR LETTER MONOGRAM
This is used when you have double-barrelled last names/two last names, with or without hyphen, and with a middle name.
Example: Olivia Sky Jones-Smith/Olivia Sky Jones Smith
First*DoubleLast*Middle- wherein the double last name initial in the middle is emphasized with a larger font size.
First*Middle*DoubleLast- wherein all initials are of the same size.
Also used for Married Couple Monogram with woman's hyphenated last name.
Example: Maureen Williams-Scott and Andrew Scott