Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Advent Calendar Christmas Cards

It’s that time of year again! Although the sun is still shining and the leaves have only just begun to turn, we are already thinking about Christmas here, in particular, gorgeous custom watercolor Christmas cards created by Momental artists especially for our unique clients. We’ve collected a little preview of some of our favorite custom illustrated Christmas card designs from the past few years, as a little inspiration for y’all: First up, one of our very favorites: a custom-made Advent calendar that can be sent through the mail. Each die-cut window reveals a different festive, wintry illustration to count down […]

custom-venue-illustration-wedding-invitations

We’re so happy to share this Soft Watercolor Venue Illustration Wedding Stationery suite with you! All of Karlene’s luxurious stationery drew inspiration from her fantastic wedding location, The Ashford Estate. Each piece featured a different view of the property, to give guests a peek at where the festivities would take place. Not only did each piece have a different illustration, but as presentation of the suite was super-important to the bride, we created layers of softly hand-painted pieces to unwrap. We began with the invite itself, set against opulent cardstocks and a subtle lavender watercolor wash in a gatefold presentation. This […]

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 […]