What You'll Get
Monograms, like fingerprints and forehead tattoos, allow for quick identification after attacks of amnesia or when sleepwalking through airport security. Lend identity to your belongings with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of personalized gifts, accessories, and housewares at Love Letters in Fort Thomas, Kentucky.
As the owners of Love Letters, sisters Molly, Abbey, Carlie, Jessica, and their mom Gayle combine colorful, monogrammed gifts and accessories with a touch of southern style. Nifty needlework is included in each price, dancing across fetching baskets and blankets to add a personal touch and an easy way to identify humor. Donning many colors and prints, the Market Tote ($35) ably carts cargo such as groceries, beach supplies, and smaller totes filled with still smaller totes. Food-fight instigators confidently clutch Scout bags and bins ($28–$32), whose recycled materials wipe clean with ease. Quilted Stephen Joseph backpacks ($28–$35), carefully crafted for young scholars and toy-toters, safely support kid-sized copies of War and Peace. An array of fort-building fodder is also available, such as Aden + Anais blankets ($18–$50), whose organic muslin base keeps tots warm while monograms help parents remember which fruit they chose to name their children after. Grown-ups delight in the Occasionally Made portable bar ($38–$40), adding a touch of charm to mall parking-lot tailgates.
Love Letters' beach and bath towels ($11–$30) proudly declare their new owner's name, or can be embroidered to request frequent laundering from negligent college students. Initial gifts are also available for those who wish to go incognito. Items not purchased from Love Letters are ineligible for embroidery.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid until 9/6/11. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.