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Meet Shuler Studio!!

Meet Shuler Studio!!

      I f you have been following us for a while you know that we LOVE Shuler Studio monogram fonts and so do our customers. I thought it would be fun to tell you more about them. I found this on their website and love it!!   This all started…back in the 1970's when my mother owned her own embroidery business. This was before monograms were seen on bags, shoes, front doors, and cars. Her machine was about the size of a large kitchen island! She perfected beautiful and classic embroidered monograms as I watched her over the...

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Monogram Etiquette

Monogram Etiquette

In what order should a couple’s initials be listed in a monogram?  A monogram can be listed a few different ways.  Option 1: Individual monogram for the bride or the groom. These will appear one of two ways depending on the font/style. Style One: Larger Middle Letter Traditionally, a monogram reads First Name Initial, Last Name Initial, Middle Name or Maiden Name Initial. With the Last Name Initial being the larger Middle Initial. For example, if you had the name Kelsie Elizabeth Vogds, her monogram would read KVE.  Style Two: Letters All the Same Size or Block Monogram This style of...

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Jane Scott Hodges

Jane Scott Hodges Leotine Linens Monogram Styles

Jane Scott Hodges

I was recently given a copy of Jane Scott Hodges book, Linens for every occasion and I have been pouring over every page. I found this article about choosing a monogram and I wanted to share it.    CHOOSING A MONOGRAM While there is a long-standing tradition and etiquette to selecting your monogram and what initials to use, my philosophy is to not be beholden to any one doctrine or rule. In today’s world, I prefer to think of my monogram as something uniquely and perfectly suited for me and my personality. A sampling of monogrammed napkins in Jane Scott...

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South of Hampton Beginnings

South of Hampton Beginnings

“Gift giving is a reflection of one’s personality. We love making my clients look good and feel good about the gift they are giving.”

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