Lily of the Valley monogram napkin, which works well with a single monogram. You could use the initial of the family surname, or the first initial of each guests name to create a unique place setting.
Lily of the Valley is the birthday flower for May, and this would make a beautiful napkin for a special May birthday! You can choose your embroidery colour for both the letter and bow, making it match your colour palette perfectly.
Our cotton hemstitch napkins are approx 45cm square, and the fabric is woven to have a textured look of natural linen. Napkin corners are mitered and each edge has a hemstitch finish. The napkins are available in a range of colours, and a choice of embroidery colours.
Your embroidery will be positioned diagonally on the lower right corner of the napkin.
Monogram cotton napkins are the perfect custom wedding gift. They are also a great 4th wedding anniversary gift, where the traditional gift is cotton is for the 2nd wedding anniversary and linen for 4nd wedding anniversary.
We have been lucky enough to have our embroidered napkins featured in several Magazine, such as Vogue, Brides and You and Your Wedding. We have been included in numerous online wedding blogs, such as And So To Wed and Love My Dress.
- 100% Cotton napkin in a range of colours – porcelain and natural
- Approx 46cm square Lily of the Valley monogrammed napkin
- Choice of embroidery colours for the initial and the bow
- We can colour match embroidery to your wedding theme or home decor colours – You can choose any colour from this Madeira thread chart, and add the shade number to your order
- Machine washable
- Embroidered in Nottingham
How to Care for your Napkins
As with most things in our lives, if we take care of them, they will love us back, and this applies to our linen napkins! We’ve created a range that can be personalised to both your theme, and colour scheme and we want them to last event after event. Our followers and customers have helped us on this one and, alongside us, have given their top tips on how they care for their napkins. So, read ours and their top tips on our Blog.