Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

This week’s production table was full of watercolor textures and dramatic color palettes.  Christina planned a perfectly sophisticated 40th Anniversary celebration for her parents with my watercolor scarlett roses as each guest’s first glimpse into the event to come .  The look is meant to be graceful, elegant and bold.  Each rose was flooded with juicy, red watercolor while gold shimmery inks filled the leaves with glistening color.

Nicole contacted me several months ago after seeing her friend Denise’s stationery.  Her palette immediately drew me in and peaked my curiosity.  Gold, intense purple and orange all played a part in Nicole’s spirited color palette.  She chose our signature Lacy pattern with hand painted dots throughout.

A simple tag closure was crafted and the quote told a bit of their love story in a subtle way.  The tag was modeled after a fortune cookie the couple found exactly 3 years before their wedding date.  “A new relationship is about to blossom.  You will be blessed.” Perfect.

So what am I up to?

Still obsessing over Amy and Seth’s wedding by Amy Osaba.   Seriously, the bouquets will blow you away in their impactful simplicity.

Finally planning a shoot I have been dreaming about for over a year.  Excited  to see how Jimmy from Gideon Photography brings my vision to life.

Working on a little something that combines my love for this and this.  Should be interesting.

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  1. Rachel - theWeddingVine

    Stunning designs!! Who could refuse when the invitation looks so lovely!

  2. Natalie Cutino

    The night before my husband proposed I got a fortune cookie that said, the love of your life is right in front of your eyes 🙂 great idea to use on invites, wish I woulda thought of that!!

  3. wedding invitation kits

    Absolutely beautiful. What a wonderful way to celebrate years together.