Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

custom-save-the-date

One of our classic, most-loved design concepts is our Classic Timeline Save the Dates. It was one of our original designs back when Momental first started out. What better way to tell everyone the story behind your wedding? Each one is personalized in a variety of styles so it is uniquely yours. From simple, sweet, and classic, to fun textures and patterns, there are so many ways to  make it your own! Looking for a different way to let people know about your wedding? We have all sorts of save the dates to inspire you!

watercolor-landscape-wedding-invite

Bright, vibrant watercolor florals, clean gold foil with wispy brushstrokes, a colorful map, all matched with thick white cotton cardstock… what a treat for the eyes! Ayla’s tropical invitation builds on her save the date, featuring the Brazilian seaside town of Trancoso, where her wedding took place. For more ideas for a destination Brazil invitation, look

There is one conference and meeting of the minds that I’ve attended consistently for the last 8 years…I’ve blogged inspiration and my “speaker sketches” time and time again from Engage! THE Wedding Business Summit.  And do you know why I continue to return again and again, besides the fact that each summit is held at the most stunning properties? The people friends, the people. {Over the years I’ve met and made lifelong friends and this is a big deal for someone as shy as me!  Engage! can look flashy and fancy and wow, AND it is all those things, but […]

yellowstone-watercolor-paper

Edward Abby had some strong opinions about how we as humans interact with the natural world.  My best friend bought me a book of his poems years ago because she knows my passion for National Parks, especially Zion.  To this day I cannot step foot on National Park Land without Mr. Abby’s rough and rugged rhetoric filling my mind. {“A man on foot, on horseback or on a bicycle will see more, feel more, enjoy more in one mile than the motorized tourists can in a hundred miles.”  ― Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire} Last week myself and a crew of […]