Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

gold-glam-wedding-invitations

We couldn’t resist posting this uniquely glam gold foil invite today… with blind letterpress, contrast painted blooms, and an all-over foil pattern, this suite definitely makes a statement! Few other color combinations are as eye-catching as the black, fuchsia, and gold used here. A flowing, leafy pattern brings in a  more delicate  touch to the otherwise assertive, modern color palette. Shimmery painted details decorate the letterpressed blooms, and gold edges offset the whole piece. We also designed save the dates and day-of pieces for this bride, each piece had a character of its own, while still maintaining an overall bold, glamorous […]

custom-baptism-invitations

So excited to share this little project today: gorgeous watercolor and laser cut dedication invitations for Izzy! Each watercolored piece is unique, painted with flowing royal blues and teal. For presentation, we created a laser-cut folder illustrated with Bible stories and symbols, perfect for this special and significant day – in addition to a vintage-inspired silhouette of Isaac. With the sharp contrast in color, the folder really makes an amazing first impression! What a perfect, frame-able keepsake for his family members. The whimsical style would be equally lovely for a baptism or custom baby announcement. Every good thing given and […]

custom-illustrated-christmas-card

We have an extra-special seasonal surprise today: a totally custom illustrated Advent Calendar Christmas Card! Complete with twenty-five folding windows, the whole piece folds up to fit in a mailing envelope. Each die-cut window reveals a different festive, wintry illustration to count down the nights till Christmas! Hand painted snowflakes add a little whimsical decoration to the card, and the envelope liner is personalized the our couple’s airplane. As a greeting, we used a bit of the famous Christmas poem by Clement Clarke Moore: Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a […]