A monogram necklace is a perfect gift for women! But people often ask how to monogram a necklace! Here’s how! The first name initial should be on the left, followed by the initial of the last name in the middle, and finally the middle name initial on the right. For example, Jessica Rachel Wilson would be monogrammed as:
What is the monogram order for a recently married bride when you also want to include her new husband’s initial? Let us show you how! The letter on the left of the monogram necklace should be the initial of the bride's first name; the letter on the right should be the initial of the groom's first name; and nestled in the middle position is the initial of the couple's last name. For example Andrea and David Newman would be:
For men's monogrammed jewelry, a straight forward approach is usually taken. The first name initial is on the left, the middle name initial in the middle and the last name initial on the right. For example, Andrew Carl Boone would be:
Any child would love their very own monogram bracelet or necklace. A child's monogram follows the same directions of the popular monogram design. For the name Astrid Caitlyn Soren, the monogram would look like:
Another unique way that people wear our monograms is with their children’s’ names. This method is especially popular amongst people that have two or three kids. For example the following necklace can be both Chris & Danny with Bellamy as their last name, or three kids on a monogram, i.e. Chris, Bridget, and Daniela.:
By following our simple instructions, your monogrammed necklace will be the most stylish gift ever...no matter if the gift is for you or someone else! It is a wonderful present to give, something the recipient is sure to cherish for many hears!
Now that you know all about proper monogram etiquette, shop some of our best selling monogram jewelry today!