Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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We’re having a loving affair with foil here.  Not the over the top foil, that is dripping from every paper surface in your invitation suite, but Modern Luxury Black Tie Wedding Invitations mingles foil details effortlessly with a fine art brushstroke of gold ink or the deep impression of letterpress. {Foil and watercolor combinations seem to master moments of artistic subtlety in an invitation suite perfectly.} Lindsay had a specific vision that combined modern elements with classically twisted touches.  The traditional painted edge became a free hand brushstroke frame in gold.  The classic, staunch monogram notion transformed into simple greenery […]

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Dorothy Draper, is in my opinion, the Mother of modern design and inspiring my latest project and I can’t get enough! White on White Room, Color Swatches, The Greenbrier, Lulu Frost Necklace, Camellia House Menu, Watercolor Swatches

I’m enchanted – not in the princess, girly way, but in the way you might be smitten with the blue of the sky one morning or the way fresh cut grass smells on a Sunday. A Blind Letterpress and Foil combination for Wedding Invitations Heather’s design process to reach the end that is this invitation suite, began far from what you see here.  Heather began with bolder watercolor flowers, tons of color and detailed embellishments… {suddenly one day, she came into her design aesthetic, meaning, she realized that subtlety was her jam} Don’t get me wrong, I love a visually […]

My three weeks in Italy last October still feels like a dream… {A dream of days where time seems to stop or at the very least slow to a pace where you feel every feeling; every smile, color, ray of sun, drop of rain; where time never seems to disappoint with all it’s grandeur and possibility.} Our time in Italy was marked by several big experiences, one of which was our Art Shoot for Destination I Do Magazine, the others, I will write more about in the coming days. My interest in editorial work began in 2009 with a meager […]