Good morning! A welcome back is in order to Dionne Christensen (@nibandpixel) who we have featured before, but today we have a slightly bolder style to show you. With so much character in the lettering, not much artwork is needed here, so simple watercolor washes make a lovely complement. Watercolor and calligraphy go so perfectly together. If you’ve been having a bit of a rough time lately, just remember…
Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice
There’s nothing like our Sculpted Bloom Invitations, we’ve done many different versions over the years, but this one is brand new and custom. For a rehearsal dinner with a Texas theme, we created a Texas bluebonnet with sculpted petals! The inside of the box featured a field of bluebonnets under the Texas sky. Each delicate petal was painted by hand, giving it a unique watercolor finish. With such a special presentation, each invite is also a special keepsake in memory of the wedding and rehearsal dinner.
We’ve featured @mhpknsbyhand a couple of times before and her gorgeous script never fails to amaze us. This morning we have a short and sweet Bible verse to feature, with some watercolor botanicals. Such beautiful, flowing lettering!
Lots of texture here in these beautifully hand painted garden rose and monogram wedding invitations! All the rustic elegance of a rose garden with a little bit of lace to add a vintage feel. Hand painted petals pop off the invite. The shape of the invite is a fun and elegant change from our more usual layouts, and right away stand out to recipients that something unique is inside. With a palette of soft pinks, sages, and ivory, these elegant garden invitations are perfect for a spring or summer event!
Another lovely, fun example from Jennifer Mauricio! Such a sweet quote by Audrey Hepburn, perfect for bright watercolor florals and patterns. We’ve had such dreary weather here, and these colors sure help to brighten things up.