Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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Penti and Denise had a focused vision on a save the date meant to wow their guests but without flashy bells and whistles.  Their artistic hearts were content to leave the voice of this save the date suite to impeccable printing, sophisticated materials and exquisite craftsmanship. {Tuscany + Watercolor + Foil and Letterpress = Need I say more?}

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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 […]

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Jess and Brad planned a wedding that mirrored their unconventional love story beautifully. {Set in a dilapidated cathedral with dinner and partying to follow in an auction house, I had the privileged of experiencing it all first hand.} You see, Jess is a Momental and when I learned she was getting married I put my creative brain into full effect offering her my “services” wherever she needed me. The styling plan for this Artsy Auction House Wedding was simple and heartfelt.  Jess and Brad curated personal items filled with sentimental value; plants, ceramic sculptures, small tins, to make pretty on […]

{As an artist, I dream of weddings in compositions – much like a painting.} Balance, sheen, negative space all play into stationery design.  An invitation is really a composition, just like a landscape or architectural study – so many factors to consider and at any moment you can make or break the look. Stationery for our editorial shoot in Italy my kind of simplicity which for some, is likely still too much, but that is, friends, what makes the world go round…right? I come from a more is more kind of background – my childhood home was full of color, […]

Someone once taught me to NOT blog, if you couldn’t offer something valuable…so yes, I have take a bit of a hiatus from the RiceInk blog for a while, to invest my attention elsewhere.  Not because I don’t love my readers and love pouring out my heart but because this gal knows her limits.  And I know you don’t want to read about anything ho-hum. So as my gradual re-entry into blogging I’m pretty jazzed about a particular project in the works.  Imagine…young couple, brand new home, tons of renovations and a very stark, but wicked cool mid-century ruin of […]