Name necklaces are super popular, but if you want to go for something a little more discreet you should take a look at this collection of custom gold and silver monogram necklaces, instead. From tiny single initials to bold and beautiful 3 letter monograms, there’s a necklace here to suit all your favorite people. Plus, if you fancy a bit of DIY, there are several tutorials which show you how to make your own, too.
The intricate detailing on this beautiful sterling silver monogram necklace means that the initials included in the design are subtle and delicate, which makes it a stunning piece of jewelry.
This tiny pendant can include up to three initials and comes in gold, rose gold, or silver. 100% handcrafted, it will arrive with a chain which is available in a choice 8 lengths.
If she likes her jewelry to be bold and bright, this pretty monogram pendant will quickly become her new favorite, as it is available in 4 sizes from 1 inch to 2 inches.
Make a statement with this beautiful 32” boho necklace, which comes with either amazonite or hematite beads, tassels, and a large monogrammed oval or rectangular disc – it’s beautiful over sweaters.
If she likes to be noticed, it follows that her taste in jewelry will be the same. This large monogram pendant necklace is available in three different finishes, and five different lengths.
If you’re looking for a more minimalist look for your monogram gift, this rose gold bar (which is also available in silver and gold) is delicately engraved with pretty script initials.
The shimmering chain which holds this pretty monogram pendant really makes it stand out as it catches the light, and is available in a silver, or gold or rose gold-filled finish.
For something a little different, this necklace can hold up to five initialled pendants, each resembling a wax seal and available in silver, gold (bronze), or copper with an 18” box chain.
Those who prefer a more modern look to their jewelry will adore this circular pendant, which features three initials in silver, gold, or rose/white gold with a choice of five chain lengths.
Monogram necklaces don’t have to be delicate and hang just below the throat to be pretty; look at this one, which is bold, beautiful, and hangs on a 30 inch chain.
Available in a range of size and metal options, this geometric pendant has clean, sharp lines on the outside with beautifully curly lines on the inside, and includes a delicate matching chain.
And now for something completely different, this monogram pendant is brash and bright and simply stunning, and can be ordered in a whole host of brilliantly flamboyant acrylic colors (including glittery!)
Choose from sterling silver, yellow gold, or rose gold for this pretty pendant, which will feature two intertwined initials and hangs on a necklace of up to 30” in length.
Fun and fruity, and totally in keeping with the tropical trend, this pineapple pendant is available in sterling silver or gold plated, and comes with up to three initials engraved on the top.
8 Diy Monogram Necklace Ideas:
If you’re new to jewelry making, this project is ideal as it is simple to do and results in a pretty but unusual initial pendant which you can customize to suit their tastes.
Copper wire is a beautiful medium to work with when making jewelry, and this tutorial is the perfect example as it shows you how to create a monogram necklace that looks divine.
You can have great fun when making this unusual stamped pendant, because it’s made from polymer clay (which is like play dough for adults), and the end result is pretty awesome, too.
This necklace would look stunning for an outdoor or woodland wedding as it uses a natural twig, and embroidery thread which could be chosen to match the bride and groom’s colors.
This pendant is simply stunning, and would make an ideal gift for any bookworm as it features an antique-looking ‘book’ which has been embossed with an initial, and embellished with Swarovski crystals.
Resin creates a beautiful look for jewelry, and it is ideal for this project as it makes a wonderful domed effect through which you can see the wearer’s initial.
You could use a snippet from a book or even write your own little message for this DIY project, which encases the paper in glass and is topped with a pretty initial charm.
There are so many beautifully patterned papers around now that it will be hard to choose your favorite, but when you do you can create this pretty square monogram pendant.
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