Welcome to Perfectly Personalized Monograms – your place for fun, personalized and stylish gifts for everyone on your list!
We provide vinyl designed gifts for beverage tubs, weddings and bridal showers, graduations, and personalized gifts. Stickers, tumblers, wine glasses, hostess trays and ice buckets are among our housewarming gifts. Unique gifts for that special person or child.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. If you have an item you would like personalized that’s an option too.
For an Individual – Triple Letter Monogram
Left Letter (First Name Initial)
Center, Large Letter (Last Name Initial)
Right Letter (Middle Name Initial)
Example: Debra A. Smith’s monogram would be DSA
For a Couple – Triple Letter Monogram
Left Letter (Wife’s First Name Initial)
Center, Large Letter (Family Name Initial)
Right Letter (Husband’s First Name Initial)
Example: Debra and Johnny Smith’s monogram would be DSJ
Dating – Two Letter Monogram
Left Letter (Female’s First Name Initial)
Right Letter (Guy’s First Name Initial)
Example: Katie and Matt’s monogram would be K&M
BFF – Two Letter Monogram
Left Letter (Alphabetical 1st Person’s First Initial)
Right Letter (Alphabetical 2nd Person’s First Initial)
Example: Jackie and Sarah’s monogram would be J&S
I have had customers ask what is acrylic – here is the long and short of it.
Acrylic is a generic term to refer to the transparent thermoplastic polymethyl-methacrylate (PMMA). It is often used interchangeably with the trademarked terms Plexiglas® and Lucite®. One of the main advantages of acrylic is its remarkable transparency, which actually transmits more light than glass. Furthermore, it is more shatter resistant and lighter than glass. Another advantage of acrylic products is that they are completely BPA-free, unlike some other plastics such as polycarbonate.
In recent years, many manufacturers and retailers have begun to use the term acrylic as a generic catch-all for all clear plastics. Unfortunately, this has led to much confusion and deception in the marketplace, where inferior and less expensive plastics (such as SAN, poly-styrene, mono-styrene, and others) are being labeled and sold as acrylic. While these other materials have their own positive characteristics, none of them can claim the same optical clarity, feel, and longevity of acrylic.