Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

This artful story is less mine and more that of my parents, but I had fun bringing this tale of lifelong love to life. Cyd over at The Sweetest Occasion featured the gorgeous images by Daniel Lanton recently and I am just too excited to share even more. My parents were married in 1972.  She was 18, he was 25.  They began their adventure together as two young adults who loved simple pleasures; small gatherings with friends, good music and good food.  Growing up, country music classics were blasted in our house, so much so the neighbors would complain! Mom […]

More from styling mavin Maggie today!!  Did you miss her first post earlier this week?  Take a look! 3. Who knew you can dress up the table that’s going to hold china and silverware? Well Kim apparently did… Throw your favorite piece of fabric over-top, stack your mis-matched china & add some silverware into a tin and voila! 4. Side table! I don’t think I need to explain this one. (Love the colors here Maggie, teal and tangerine?  Yes please!!! – K) 5. And for the men! Throw some cigars in there and we’ve got ourselves a bar/lounge area. (of […]

Last I shared details about Jess’s wedding, it was all about the save the dates!  If you haven’t checked them out yet, definitely head here now… This week I asked Jess to share a bit more about her planning from her own perspective.   Jess has an incredible style and quirky personality and don’t forget Jess is also a Real Bride Blogger over at The Knotty Bride if you are hungry for more.  Instead of focusing on a particular color palette Jess is visioning more of a texture palette, see more on that below.  Enjoy! Hello there! Momental Girl Jess […]

Chelsie Anderson of Tree Line Photography captured these spectacular images – I visited the blog and could have browsed for hours. Be sure to stop by to see further into Angie and Ryan’s day. We created a lovely collection for Angie and Ryan. When Angie first contacted me she loved the impact of our big blooms collection but none of the illustrations seemed to fit the warm, color saturated look she was planning. I suggested the Dahlia and went to work on this watercolor piece. The Dahlia was carried throughout the day onto table numbers and programs. My favorite shot! […]