Why not celebrate your day with your own coat of arms?

WHEN Kate married Wills, the Middleton family was presented with their own coat of arms.

Many couples are following the trend and designing their own personal monogram.

Nothing spells out love more then something that is personal and has been created especially for the love of your life.

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So why not have a bespoke monogram designed for your wedding invitation / keepsake that will have your initials entwined together forever?

Although traditionally the monogram uses initials, many people these days choose a symbol: perhaps a flower or an animal as their personal marque.

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 from weddings, civil partnerships and birth announcements to Diwali and Eid cards.

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The design team at Ananya often take inspiration from their Indian heritage.

Founder Vaishali Shah, started the company because she felt that there was a gap in the market for high-end, multicultural personal stationery.

She said: “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.”

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A personalised monogram costs from £100 and bespoke correspondence cards cost from £200.

Ananya designs are stocked at nationwide retailers including: Harrods, Paperchase and Cards Galore.

For more information visit www.ananyacards.com.

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