What do monograms and flowers have to do with each other?  Well, when you think like Whitney Turner, they mesh together perfectly.  You can definitely incorporate your monogram into your floral decor.  Go big or go home, right?

The way that people most commonly use floral monograms is in wreaths used on the doors to the church or reception site or hanging behind the Bride and Groom at the reception.  I buck tradition and say use it wherever you want to!

Here are a few examples:

From the phenomenal wedding of fellow blogger Life in the Super Burbs via Style me Pretty.

Image by Leila Brewster Photography.

Image from weddingbee.com.

Image from The Knot.

If you really want to play with your monogram and flowers, try some of these options:

Image from rebeccadevono.com.

Yep…that’s me and my hubby!  We had an outdoor cocktail hour and our monogram was on a small hill where everyone could see it.  It was the first time our florist ever had anyone request a floral monogram on the ground.

If our florist had more experience with the monogram on the ground, I would have gone this route.  Gorgeous! Note to brides: please don’t lay in the grass in your gown.  This stresses me out.

Image by Busath Studio via Alta Moda Bridal Boutique.

Have fun and happy Friday!