Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Custom Pet Wedding Invitations

You may have noticed from our Instagram account, we LOVE pets, and it doesn’t really matter if they are ours or our clients! Lots of clients have chosen to incorporate their dog or cat into their invitation set in different ways. We’ve collected a few examples of our favorite custom illustrated pets. A favorite design is a custom illustrated wedding crest, featuring the couple’s pet or pets! We have done a few different versions, and they all turned out wonderfully. Adding your furry companions to a floral monogram crest is a great way to update and personalize a classic wedding […]

Hand Painted Pink Floral Wedding Invitations

This past July, our Hand Painted Pink Floral Wedding Invitations were part of a beautiful ceremony at Bonnet Island Estate. Lavishly painted peonies were the center of the suite – always a Momental favorite with our couples. We also created an airy watercolor painting of the seaside venue, to incorporate a beachy (but still elegant) vibe. In addition to the lush floral pattern, Nora’s invite set featured a few other fabulous details: Hand-torn edges on two borders, three shades of hand painted accents, shimmer accents on the inner torn edge, and gold foil text on the invite and on the […]

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 […]

painterly-prose-watercolor-wedding-stationery

What a happy, inspirational thought from Frank Lloyd Wright, written by Laura Hooper. Her style has such a life of it’s own, too. Enjoy some pretty letters and blooms!