Frequently Asked Questions
Q:: What are your hours?
A:: Monday - Friday from 10:00am - 6:00 pm and Saturday from 10:00am - 4:00pm (CST)
Q:: What is your contact information?
A:: 334-649-2022 or email@example.com
Q:: Does your company offer Bulk Discounts?
A:: Yes! Our discounts begin when your are ordering 6 or more of the same item. email us for a quote at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get back with you asap.
Q:: What is the proper way to monogram items?
A:: Below we have given you several samples for monogramming.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, when the rules for three-letter monograms were created, it would have been easy to know which letters represented which parts of an individual name. Ellen Marie Webb would immediately recognize this monogram as her own first name initial (E) on the left, middle name initial (M) on the right, and last name initial (W) in the center, larger than the rest.
Welcome to 21 st century. Things have gotten a little complicated, and so it is with monogramming.
With a few, there have always been confusion and disagreement in what manner the initials should be placed. We love the traditional monogramming way, but to keep up with the latest trends we are always pleased to accommodate special request.
Please see a series of monogramming situations below. If you have a special personalization request please check with us before your order is submitted.
Susan Marie Hough wants to get a bag embroidered with her three-letter monogram. How would you arrange the initials?
Initials in the order of First Name, Last Name, Middle Name
Ex:: S H M
John Smith and Mary Walker are getting married. They have already decided that after the marriage they will both use Smith Last Name.
How would you create a monogram for them?
The ladies name is First Initial M for Mary, The last name is Smith, and then the Initial J For John
Ex: M S J
Susan Elizabeth Marie Davis wants to get a towel embroidered with her four letter monogram. How would you arrange the initials?
Choose ONLY one of the names to use as your middle initial.
Example: S D E
Use a diamond font and choose a 2 letter monogram using first and last initials only.
Only use your first, or last initial monogram.
All the letters straight across the same size in block font.
Q:: Can you monogram the initials all the same size?
A:: Of course
This is most popular in the Block style font, as the letters will all line up. You would choose the text case sensitive option in the personalization style drop down and enter your letters like you want them to appear.
The most common is first middle last example. John Ethan Davis- personalized JED
Q:: What are the best fonts for baby boys?
A:: Schoolbook font,
Our schoolbook is probably the most standard font for names for little boys but the alexis marie, silly, and seven sixteen fonts are all very popular as well. We also like the stacked monogram font, and diamond monogram font, or circle monogram font for 3 letter monograms.
Q:: Where can I view all your fonts?
A:: You could either click the "View Our Fonts" link in our footer section at the bottom of the website, or just click this link [ https://www.preppymonogrammedgifts.com/personalization-styles/ ] We do have a lot of fonts. Hundreds, that would take up a several pages for us to list them all for you. If you knew of a specific font that you wanted reach out to customer service and we can see if that is something we can do for you.
Q:: Can you personalize Greek letters or a logo?
A:: yes, we can do both. There is a set up fee for logos that ranges from $25-$40 so that we can make your logo into a stitch-able file. Please email us your logo and we would be happy to get that set up for you.