Emily + Ryan's Signature 3-Letter Wedding

by Pam Shuler |

Emily + Ryan's Signature 3-Letter Wedding

Emily + Ryan's wedding was filled with the most romantic details. From the engraved ring box to amazing floral arrangements, you will be enchanted by this couple and their Shuler Signature 3-Letter Monogram!

 The couple's three-letter monogram was foil-printed on their wedding program, menu, cocktail napkins, and matchboxes. The addition of small side ornaments on some items and a wreath on others added a unique twist to their monogram design.

 Nothing better than a ring box to keep the jewels safe and sound! Created by The Mrs. Box, this exquisite ring box captures the details of the monogram etched in gold. A beautiful keepsake for the bride!

The wedding programs by Interprintations featured the couple's monogram in gold and blush. The ring bearer pillow was beautifully embroidered by jfyBride in soft blush thread and paired perfectly with the elegant color palette.

For a modern touch, the couple added their Shuler Monogram to the sleek acrylic seating chart. What an easy and beautiful way to find your seat!

 Coordinating with the seating chart, these acrylic table signs displayed landmarks of the city and guided guests to their tables. 

These gorgeous dinner menus presented the couples monogram and guest names printed in gold foil - a perfect complement to the romantic pinks of the Grande Hall reception.

We just love their fabulous florals!

One of the best (and biggest!) ways to display your Shuler Monogram? A GOBO, of course! It's a unique and show-stopping way to greet guests and enjoy your monogram throughout the night.

 Shuler Studio would like to thank Emily + Ryan Hebein for letting Shuler Studio be part of your special day. Cheers to the happy couple! 

Photography // Brittany Bays Photography

Event Planner // Simply Events

Paper Goods // Interprintations

Florals // Sherwood Florist

Embroidery // jfyBride

Ring Box // The Mrs. Box

Venue // The Grande Hall


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