View the monograms

Click on the letters above or enter your combination in the search field to see the monograms.

All monograms on this site are designed by Kerstin Kallin.The monograms cost 4 £ (JPEG) or 10 £ (JPEG, PNG and SVG) each, depending on the image format of your choice. When you have bought a monogram, you can use it for personal use (for example to print, make rubber stamps etc.) but not commercially in any manner.

If you're looking for a monogram with the letters D and A, click for example on D. In the list that appears, all the monograms containing D will show. Please note that the letters included in the monograms are sorted alphabetically. That means that all monograms with A and D will be sorted under AD, regardless if D preceeds A in the picture.

If you can't find the combination of letters you are looking for, or want to make changes to existing monograms, please contact me on the address I will do my very best to help you! Normally it takes a day or two, but depending on work load it may sometimes take longer before your monogram is done.

About monograms

What is a monogram?

A monogram is a picture consisting of one or more letters. The word monogram signifies the use of one initial letter to represent an entire name. The picture can be built by one, two, three or four letters.

Monogram for one person

One letter - When a single letter is used, it is usually the first letter of the persons first name or last name. For example, Mary Elisabeth Bryant's single-letter monogram could be: M or B

Two letters - Two letters can symbolize one persons first and last name. In Mary Elisabeth Bryant's case:

Three letters - The first letter of one persons first, middle, and last names. Mary Elisabeth Bryant's monogram could be done in two ways:

The first letter of the persons last name is larger and placed in the center with the first initial and the middle initial on each side. With all three letters the same size, the letters appear in the order the name is normally written.

Monogram for couples

One letter - A single letter can symbolize the first letter of a couples or families last name. Mary and Thomas Bryant's monogram could be:

Two letters - Two letters can symbolize two persons first names. Mary and Thomas Bryant's monogram could be:

Three letters - Three letters can stand for or a couples first and last names. For weddings, usually the order is like this:
  1. First initial is woman's first name initial
  2. Middle initial is initial of couples last name
  3. Last initial is man's first name initial
So in above example, if couples names were Mary & Thomas Bryant, you would list the monogram as: MBT


Who's letter goes first?

When representing a marriage or joint monogram the womans initial is on the left, the mans initial is on the right and the last name is represented by the letter in the middle. Usually the middle letter is a bit bigger than the others.

This style is traditionally not used until after a wedding ceremony. Nowadays the rules are not quite as strict, and the tree letter monogram is sometimes used during the wedding ceremony.