Rice Ink - Our BlogMuddy Brushes - Current ProjectsKristy Rice - Elsewhere

Helen A.


July 22, 2014

Art Nouveau Wedding AccessoriesArt Nouveau Wedding Invitation

 

Peach Rose Wedding Invitation
Calendar Save the Date
Art Nouveau Wedding Invitations6


You might also enjoy...

So I’m back to dive in deeper to the stationery I created for My Best Friend’s Wedding.  I warn you, I took every opportunity to express myself and this couple on paper so there is no shortage of painted paper detail here.  The save the date was all about introducing guests to #1, the bold color palette and #2, poke a bit of fun at the curious wedding venue the couple chose….yup, look closely, no joke.

momental_designs648

The Message in the Bottle Wedding Invitation Design is one I’ve talked about before but I just can’t help myself…talking about it again.  From vintage riverboat sketches and painted bottles to black glass buttons and abstract, monochromatic painted blooms; this suite was an attempt to corral Amy’s many stationery obsessions in one place!

momental_designs677
Ceremony programs were huge…the Groom loved the feel of vintage cruise itineraries and old newspapers so wanted to infuse those details into his own.

momental_designs653Stationery shot in a lobster trap, yes indeed!

momental_designs655

I created an eclectic suite of artwork to be used throughout the wedding day.  A sketchy pattern of blooms and leaves made an appearance on the menus and various signage throughout….Each was individually hand painted with fuchsia and gold inks.  You’ll notice these Carnival Glass President bottles; the Bride and Groom loved, loved blue Carnival Glass and continually found this little bottles when hunting for goodies …we ended up with a ton of them so used to style a lot of fun shots.  They are just so fun and colorful!

momental_designs658

Each centerpiece was a unique assemblage of oil lamps, books, glassware, blooms and painted paper.  Along with the couple we organized every centerpiece ahead of time – each table was assigned a prop box.  On the day of setup, we simply pulled the pieces and arranged, allowing us more time to play with the fresh blooms waiting in buckets for us.

momental_designs660

momental_designs662
Each table number was painting against a curated set of vintage plates.  Free hand painted blooms reminiscent of roses and dahlias.

momental_designs664

momental_designs665
Notice the Carnival Glass bottles again!   They popped up everywhere!

momental_designs680
Seating cards revisited the painted pattern from the menu card but against a black backdrop – essentially creating a blackboard effect.  The Bride actually made time to to handwrite each in white! 

momental_designs670
Stephen, the Groom is huge cook and LOVES Old Bay Seasoning.  So much in fact, he made is own version of the spicy blend for each guest to take home.  Of course I had to design a tongue in cheek favor tag!

momental_designs682
momental_designs674
Venue – Suicide Bridge Restaurant, Hurlock MD  ::  Photography: Daniel Bostwick Photography  :  Styling, Stationery and Design: Momental Designs  ::  Flowers: DIY with www.FiftyFlowers.com (fiftyflowers.com is a respected RiceInk advertiser)  ::  Linens: LaTavola Linen  :: Vintage Parasols – Bella Umbrellas

 


You might also enjoy...

Mandana C.


August 5, 2013

screen_capture_cc700screen_capture_cc345screen_capture_cc644


You might also enjoy...

Deeanna G.


July 12, 2013

screen_capture_cc142screen_capture_cc883screen_capture_cc257screen_capture_cc1130


You might also enjoy...

Joyce B.


July 10, 2013

screen_capture_cc1051momental_designs 22-Mar-13 16.15.23momental_designs 25-Feb-13 16.41.25


You might also enjoy...

Danielle B.


July 8, 2013

screen_capture_cc860momental_designs 24-Jan-13 17.33.17


You might also enjoy...

Elizabeth H.


September 14, 2012


You might also enjoy...