If it's not moving, monogram it. One thing Southerners have always taken the most pride in is our ability to write killer letters and thank-you notes. Ever since we went away to summer camp as children, the art of letter writing has been a tradition ingrained into our day-to-day routines. Although it can be a little bit of a pain to write dozens of notes after graduation, sorority rush, or one of your many bridal showers, there’s still something so satisfying about putting pen to paper (in your well-practiced cursive, of course!) on pretty monogrammed stationery often gifted by friends and family. The feeling of picking out pretty, new stationery is a thrill we can only compare to the feeling of picking out brand new supplies for back-to-school season as a child. Thankfully though, our culture provides ample opportunities to put our personalized thank-you notes to use all year long, and with stationery this pretty, you’ll have no excuses to complain about writing those dozens of notes (though of course you’d never do that anyway…*wink*).