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A personal monogram

Handwritten communications have been seeing something of a revival recently and luxury design company ananya(Sanskrit for ‘without equal) has noticed a growing number of clients asking for bespoke correspondence cards and even personal monograms.

The design of a personal monogram is in keen demand from both bridal couples and interestingly women embarking on a new life stage (following divorce or career change). Although traditionally the monogram uses initials, many people these days choose a symbol: perhaps a flower or an animal as their personal marque. The creation of a personal monogram gives a sense of stability, of solidity, of consistency and also harks back to more settled times. Today, the monogram might reference a family crest or heraldry, but in a much more democratic and often light-hearted way.

ananya is a greetings card company which also designs for key milestone events – weddings, civil partnerships, birth announcements, as well as creating Diwali and Eid cards.

Uniquely, the design team at ananya often take inspiration from their Indian heritage.

A personalised monogram costs from £100 and bespoke correspondence cards cost from £200. The ways that the monogram can be used are endless but the most frequent applications are:

• birth announcements
• thank you cards
• change of address cards
• stickers
• ink stamps
• personal stationery

Founder Vaishali Shah says, “People get so much information by email that a handwritten note really, really stands out. Increasingly, I’ve noticed my clients say that they want to acknowledge kind thoughts or gifts with a handwritten card as it can really make a difference to someone’s day.”


About ananya:

ananya is a greeting cards creator and bespoke designer of printed material for significant life events including wedding stationery, thank you cards, and birth announcements.

In addition ananya designs Diwali and Eid cards stocked at nationwide retailers including: Harrods, Paperchase, and Cards Galore. It was founded by designer Vaishali Shah who felt that there was a gap in the market for high-end, multicultural personal stationery.
Website - telephone 020 7242 1877.

For more information, samples or photography contact:

Joanna Wilmot or Omar Jamil, Velvet Integrated PR 0208 996 1801/3

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