A monogram is a combination of two or more letters to form a single symbol. Letters can be formed by overlapping or simply connecting letters to each other. Usually, the initials of a name for an individual or a company are chosen to make monograms. Monograms are widely used to identify an individual or an organization or others.
Generally, there are four kinds of monograms. The first one is religious monograms, usually used as symbols to represent that religion or its concepts, for example, the famous Chi Rho symbol, a combinations of the first two letter of Greek for Christ, is used to represent Christ. The second one is royal monograms, which appear on coins and are relatively less seen now. One of most popular monograms is individual monograms. An individual monogram are usually designed with individual’s last name in the center and the first and middle name initial respectively to the left and right of it in a relatively small size. For example, Couples to be married or married may use monograms on theirs wearings, wedding invitations etc to demonstrate their interconnectedness. In addition to its popularity in individuals, a lot of companies and organizations also use monograms for their logos. Just name a few: GE(General Electric), L V(Louis Vuitton),UT(University of Texas), the double G of Gucci, the double C of Chanel, the double F of Fendi etc.
As you can see, a monogram can be very personal and casual. it is difficult to have a font that will help you generate a monogram you want, but there is. MFC Sappho Monogram designed by Brian J. Bonislawsky is such a font that claims to be the first truly interwined monogram font family. With it, you can create one, two or three letter monograms as well as a unique two letter interwined monogram style by simply typing a lowercase letter immediately followed by a capital letter.
If you are not ready to buy the expensive monogram fonts above and you need some idea of designing a monogram for a company or for a wedding or embroidery project or for your personal uses, you can check out the following fonts we have collected. Though some of them may not generate a monogram in the real sense, but the design of the single letter may be useful.
Create text-based logos or images with Monogram Fonts
Below is a collection of monogram fonts. The following tool will convert your desired text into images using monogram fonts. Simply enter your text, and then select your desired color and size and hit "GENERATE" button. You can save your image by right-clicking on the image, or get codes to embed your images on the web by clicking on the "EMBED" button.