Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

With the fashionable Wythe Hotel as our muse, I’m dreaming in shades of gold and creams for Nicole….An urban, black tie aesthetic…all the way. Wythe Hotel, Papers, Brooklyn Bridge, Black Tie Wedding Party, Foodie Wedding

Designing a bespoke, truly custom invitation is first and foremost a journey.  Some days, designing can be called nothing other than an adventure, you know…the best kind of adventure that gets your heart racing and the blood pumping.  After a day of adventuring, you are tired…but the best kind of tired you can imagine.  You’ve used your brain and heart all day long to edge closer and closer to what your couple hopes most for in their stationery. As with most Momental couples Paige and Thomas embarked on a journey with us that landed them with this lushly layered stationery […]

It’s been a bit since I’ve shared the latest leaving the studio but today I promise to make up for lost time.  We’ve been painting away the last few months and are blown away by the color palettes and creativity of our couples.  Fall is in the air and our paintbrushes are full of rich inks for the season! Christine’s deep purple anemones, dahlias and berries combined to create a richly textured bouquet.  A touch of crimson balances the look just perfectly. Have a look here to see how her design evolved! Saturated eggplants cardstocks are the main attraction in […]

Art Deco is a movement with force.  We are seeing it everywhere; cakes, stationery, gowns, you name it.  The strong lines and sharp character of classic Deco details are gaining momentum in events of both modern and classic sensibilities.  So what defines this design movement that gained it’s footing in the mid 1920’s? How is Deco different from it’s predecessor, Art Nouveau?  Read on and I’ll share a bit from of our world, Deco style! Strong lines and architectural shapes help define an Art Deco look.  Contrast between shape and color are big.  Our Art Deco Wedding Invitation from the […]