Monomanina: Finding Your Identity

Post by: Jody on June 20, 2014

Whether it is a towel, place setting or even a handkerchief, monogramming gives that simple item a touch of elegance Monogramming has been around since the early days of the Greek and Roman Empire, but it was not until more recently that monograms came to be a personalized fashion statement.

Everyone from celebrities to high school graduates are partaking in monogram mania – but what exactly is the rekindled charm of such a classic piece of fashion history? By monogramming an item it not only creates sentimental value by connecting an item with your identity but also gives it a special uniqueness that perfectly matches their personality. Celebrities such as Lauren Conrad, Taylor Swift, and Carrie Underwood are fans of this trend wearing custom made necklaces with their own individual monograms on them.

Fashion designer/Reality TV star Lauren Conrad models her personally designed monogram necklace - via jewelieta.com

Monogramming items is not just popular in jewelry, but also in the items such as smartphone cases, tennis shoes, bags, and automobiles. Nowadays you can monogram almost anything! Gift-giver extraordinaire, Dawn Jumper explains how she loves giving monogrammed items as a gift because, “ It shows that the giver put thought into designing the fit — it wasn’t a quick, off-the-shelf gift.” Monogramming as gift such as pillow can make the present seem exponentially greater than before.

Examples of how Create Studio Invites incorporates monograms/logos into their personalized invitations for clients

Whenever it comes to special events, weddings, or birthday parties monogramming is the perfect way to make your invitation stand out from the pack. The task may seem a bit daunting, but it is incredibly easy! Create Studio Invites allows customers to create a new custom monogram/logo. With years of extensive design background Create Studio Invites makes it easy for clients to create a monogram that is perfect for their event and their personality. Once clients have their monogram they can use it for their invitations, place settings, or however else they want.

Whenever it comes to putting your own “flare” on something, some people chose to use their favorite colors, others chose to use their favorite “font,” but if you really want to have something with your own personal touch – monogram it.

Examples of various monograms/logos Create Studio Invites has created for clients

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