Monogrammed gifts for babies are so much fun to give, aren’t they? It’s like taking an already sweet gift and just elevating it to the next level with that personalized touch. Some of my favorite things people have given Landon and Harper have been monogrammed, and although they can’t really be worn by future babies (because they likely won’t have the same initials), they’re just special keepsakes that I know I’ll cherish forever.
Miss Monogram is based out of Atlanta, Georgia and offers some of the cutest personalized items I’ve seen. There’s a large selection of baby items, really nice gift items for women (ya’ll already know I’ve got my eye on this monogrammed robe!), and more.
Here’s the story of how Miss Monogram was “born,” as told by owner, Katie Boteler, proud graduate of the University of Georgia, devoted wife, and mom to three:
“Monogramming started for me when our first son was born. I didn’t completely grasp the need to have EVERYTHING monogrammed until he entered our lives. From that point, no burp cloth, jon jon or tote bag was complete without little man’s name on it. I had lots of sewing experience under my belt, so I took the plunge and bought an embroidery machine.
When our daughter came along two years later, the monogramming at our house tripled (at least). I was making reversible dresses, bloomers and everything else a little girl “needs.” I finally decided I couldn’t keep all of this to myself any longer . . . and Miss Monogram was born.
Miss Monogram, which started as an etsy store, quickly grew into a bustling local business (my front porch sometimes feels like a retail store!), and eventually an online store front. Add our third little one to the mix and you can imagine that I’m one busy lady!”
This darling monogrammed bubble is so timeless and can be styled so many different ways. It’s adorable on its own, but could also be perfectly paired with a cute pair of pants, skirt, or jumper. I love the detailed trim of the collar and the sweet, subtle ruffle of the sleeves.
Be sure to follow along on instagram to see more darling items from Miss Monogram!
Thank you to Katie from Miss Monogram for providing the bubble featured in this post. As always, all opinions are my own.