Using monograms and embroidery on gifts has surged in popularity over the last few years, despite being in existence for centuries. Embroidery is a versatile style of decoration, whereas monograms are more often used to show ownership. In both circumstances, these make great gift ideas for any person in your life, regardless of age or gender. A general rule of thumb to remember is that all monograms can be embroidered, but not all embroidery can be monogrammed.
What are five ideas for these gifts that everyone will love – no matter the occasion?
The Monogrammed Tumbler
You can’t go wrong with a tumbler as a gift. The most popular varieties are insulated tumblers that are great for hot or cold drinks. The best tumblers for use are often made from 304-grade stainless steel and constructed to be sweat-free. Tumblers are often best paired with vinyl transfers.
The type of vinyl used can vary in color and pattern. Still, in most circumstances, initial monograms are used on tumblers. These can range from a single letter to a three-letter pattern to represent the first letters of the first, middle, and last name.
Many people choose the monogrammed tumbler as a gift because it is gender-neutral and is a practical gift with functionality.
A great gift for any adult or teenager in your life is a messenger/laptop bag that is personalized. If you have ever taken your laptop to the library and laid your bag down, you run the risk of someone else having the same bag. How awkward would it be to walk away with the same messenger/laptop bag?
These embroidery types can be used to monogram a bag or even for decorative designs and company logos. Gifting a messenger/laptop bag to the technologically advanced teen or adult in your life can help them keep track of their computer. Your gift will always stand out among the crowd, and the recipient will thank you!
How many times have you gone to the pool or the beach and lost your towel? When you give a personalized beach towel gift, your recipient is less likely to lose their towel in a public place. A lot of towels look the same. Most major retailers have the same towels on the shelves, so it is easy to grab the wrong one off a public-shared lawn chair.