Snowflake Monogram Wedding Stamps for Winter Weddings

by CherylsArt

Weddings are a statement of love and also creativity. Brides and grooms get to let their personalities come out in their choice of venue, wedding invitations, postage stamps, etc.

With many print on demand companies, the wedding couple can having stamps that match their invitations, and they can also choose postage that complements and or accents their theme. Monograms are a popular choice for these postage stamps.

Here you will find a selection of monogrammed snowflake stamps designed for winter weddings.

I've done the searching, and also some of the creating for you, to save you extra time and steps.

The stamps here, all have an easy to use template form, so that you can just type in your initials.

You'll also find a variety of colors of snowflake designs to suit your color theme as well, including blue, red, and green.

You'll also find hand painted snowflakes and ones that have been computer generated.

 

Blue Snowflake Monogram Stamp

With winter weddings, a lot of people think of snow, and the color blue.

Snow often reflects the color of the sky, and is often painted with hints of light blue, which helps the snow to show up.

The color blue is associated with calmness and trustworthiness, definitely positive attributes for a wedding and marriage.

The lighter blue looks softer and more romantic. For a bolder statement, royal and navy are common choices for the holiday designs.

A light blue oval holds the monogram on a background of light blue snowflakes.

There looks to be a glow of light around the oval. The initials are written in navy.

The large white snowflakes were hand painted on a royal blue background.

The monogram is written in bold letters of light blue.

These delicate little snowflakes were designed using my professional artist software.

They are silver gray and are printed on a blended navy blue background. The letters and border are silver gray.

Red and green, traditionally, are the two most common colors associated with Christmas.

The color green is associated with nature, growth, and fertility.

The evergreen tree is green, and became a symbol of life everlasting.

In earlier times, some people decorated their trees with red apples. Perhaps that's where the idea of Christmas balls came from.

The color red is associated with being outgoing, passionate, and love, among others.

Red holly berries situated in a bunch of green leaves, are also popular plants for the holiday season, and are also common decorations.

The color white is associated with cleanliness and purity, and it is the color of snow.

Red and white also became the colors of Santa's suit.

This large white snowflake is made of a drawing of white hearts outlined in red, and placed on a red background.

The background color of red can be customized. See the instructions below.

What if I want the background color to be different?

There is a way to customize that.

If the background color is solid, it may not be part of the original design. If that is the case, here is how to change it.

Click on the item. Then click on Customize It. Then click on Edit, then on Background, then on the Color of your choice, and then on Done.

These white lacy looking snowflakes, along with a monogram, is shown on a blended green background.

Updated: 06/25/2013, CherylsArt
 
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