Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

pink-peony-watercolor-pattern

I was asked to create a series of artwork by our friends at Snippet and Ink.  Inspired by poignant love quotes I developed five new watercolor patterns to express the words of each poet. {Such an honor to be part of Words to Love By for Snippet and Ink!} Notice I also tried my hand at some hand lettering – really just a fancier version of my handwriting! We’re often asked by couples to help them discover lovely words, quotes, scripture and the like, that express the power of a love story.  It can be difficult to find the right […]

watercolor-anemone

I’ve said it before, so bear with me friends… {painting is my heartbeat} In the early years of Momental it was difficult to find time to paint just for me;whatever was inspiring me most as I had no employees and did all the work by my lonesome.  Things have changed a bit now and I collaborate with the most amazing team that allows me to do what I do best. In these cold, winter months I tend to be a bit of a home body – where a night of painting is just as enjoyable as anything else I can […]

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 […]

A dreamy venue the likes of an old city estate with charm and detail abounding has my painter’s mind reeling with ideas.  Thank you Metropolitan Building in Brooklyn! Metropolitan Building Brooklyn, Colors, Watercolor, Peonies and Rosemary, Botanical Watercolor Invitations

We’re amidst some of the most thrilling times of the year.  Wedding season is in full swing and so are our creative spirits!  Today I’m sharing some projects still very much in development as well as a favorite from the production table last week! Late last week I create a new watercolor featuring Succulents, Scabiosa Pods, Peegee Hydrangeas, Raspberries and Seeded Eucalyptus; the perfect ingredients for a rustic wedding bouquet…When fashioned into an invitation layout the silvery greens and washy blues became lovely neutrals against a burgundy and silver paper palette. Julie fell in love with our Austin Bouquet artwork […]