Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Websters 1828 dictionary defines Heirloom as the following: HEIR-LOOM, noun are-loom. Any furniture, movable, or personal chattel, which by law descends to the heir with the house or freehold; as tables, cupboards, bedsteads, etc. Love it…and at this statement’s heart is a powerful idea…What is some-thing you adore so much that you would cherish and protect it for the duration of your life, in the hopes it could be passed to future generations?  My mind wanders to a Family Bible, stuffed with hair clippings, momentous greeting cards and the occasional invitation; all heirlooms too, I’d say.  So that is where […]

The words, delicate, graceful and fresh come to mind when I think of Corri and Alexandre’s wedding in Bretagne, France.  There is something so incredibly refereshing about this celebration, where each impeccable detail, never overstated its message. We worked closely with Meant to Be Calligraphy to give Corri precisely the look she was envisioning.  A hybrid of the handwritten and hand painted are what elevated this suite to fine art standards. After watercoloring delicate peonies, leaves and dots we individually hand painted each with a sheer shimmer glisten. One of my favorite bridal portraits ever.  Simply, stunning! Every moment was […]

Our Vintage Lacy Trees have become a signature collection here at the studio.  The stately tree trunks brush with watercolor combined with the whimsical lacy pattern as foliage have stood the test of time and continue to enchant couples everyday.  So today I’ve collected some of our most recent favorites as well as old friends of this design that continue to inspire new versions today. Megan tool her Lacy Tree scene to the next level with a detail venue painting full of personality. Rebecca’s custom tree trunk made a huge statement for the couple.  We illustrated a tree species that […]

Our Signature Lacy Tree Invitations have a distinctive charm, a certain swagger; they paint a scene of lazy afternoons or breezes rustling through the branches.  Watercolor seems the perfect medium to bring these mini landscapes to life and a touch of whimiscal lacy pattern keeps the look from becoming entirely too serious.  Rebecca’s version of quite possibly my favorite Momental Collection features a live oak and her lovely church in the background. Typically the Vintage Lacy Pattern stands alone but for Rebecca we added a wash of earthy but sheer green… So in love with this suite.  The watercolor map […]