Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Fresh off the phone with a new couple marrying at the iconic Angel Orensanz Foundation.   We chatted about an eclectic theme combining her love of books and his affinity for computer technology…who could ask for better wedding inspiration?  More, please {smiling}. Vintage Books, Angel Orensanz Foundation , Invitation, papers, gold motherboard

Our paper palette has been quite varied this week.  Some of our favorites….. Samantha’s orchid and peony bouquet has inspired so many couples lately with its contrast painting (light against dark) technique and richly patterned paisley papers. Abby’s bouquet of peach hydrangeas, fluffy pink roses plus greens and branches epitomizes summer and makes me wish it were here!  The blush cabbage rose pattern with its lovely texture has quickly become a favorite, especially paired with soft lilac! Kristin’s adventurous collection includes sailboats, a compass and a low country shrimp boil.  We adore the contrast painted pot against persimmon paper.  Wow! […]

So thrilled to finally share a behind the scenes look at our recent features in Flower Magazine!  Last summer a message in my inbox turned a good day into an amazing one.  Liz from the magazine got in touch to invite me on as their Artist in Bloom for the winter 2011 issue.  My heart jumped…I could barley contain my excitement.  After receiving a complimentary subscription the season before and diving deep into every issue since then, the prospect of being featured on the pages of this magazine floored me. Soon I was busy with a flurry of plans for […]

A little something I’m working on….The prairie girl-esque shoes are divine while the vintage bourbon labels make me want to learn calligraphy.  Betsy Dunlap…help. Bourbon necklace, Retro Couple, Bouquet, vintage label, Wispy, Green, Paper Swatches, Yellow Shoes, Blue Bows,

Thanks so much for following along my behind the scenes look at my Alchemy at the Barn shoot.  If you missed the first two posts, check here and here!  Creepy was a word that continually entered my mind when designing this table.  I know, I know…creepy…for a wedding concept?  Something Colin Cowie said at Engage 10 , replays in my mind and I paraphrase; when planning an event, you want to keep your guests on the edge of comfort.  Now certainly Mr. Cowie did not mean seat guests at rigid chairs and serve cold food.  I think what he meant […]