This is the second installment in a two part series about monogrammed items for weddings.
Last time we featured wedding cake toppers and provided you with some guidelines and etiquette for creating a monogram (Monograms Part 1: Let Me Spell It Out For You).
Today we feature everything else wedding-related you might want to monogram…
Here is a wonderful example of modern monogramming on a wedding invitation, one of many amazing creations by Kate at weddinginvitationdesigner.com. (This is an example of one of my favorite wedding color schemes, too, by the way.)
Monograms can be right on the cake rather than placed on the top layer as a wedding cake topper. Look closely at the cake below to see the monogram piped on to the second layer for an understated, yet personal touch.
Everyone knows I can’t resist a cookie, and these custom colored cake cookies are so cute I feel like getting married all over again.
These cookies come individually wrapped in their own fancy box and can be ordered in various shapes and color. They look good enough to eat!
The Cookie That Really Takes The Cake
Check out this lovely wedding cake and cookie combo by Melissa a blogger who also makes custom cakes and cookies (check out her site thegoodapple.blogspot.com – her work is right up there with those reality TV cake shows if you ask me!).
Here is another sweet idea – monogrammed cupcake toppers handmade by Etsy seller lilbooandco – you get to pick all of the details for the design (monogram, color, circle, square, scallop, flower, etc).
Another option for wedding cupcakes: a monogrammed cupcake wrapper.