Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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Save the Dates are fun little glimpse of what’s to come, of the main invitation and at the event itself, and what better way to make a first impression? Collected here are some truly unique statement pieces with a variety of colors, textures, and printing processes. {At Momental we’re all about making an artful statement, one that begs the eye to look closer and longer…in the hopes of finding one more delicate detail not noticed before.} Look on, look longer and find a sweet moment or two you weren’t expecting…

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Who doesn’t love whitewashed wood, gold foil, bright succulents, touches of lavender, and a sunny coastal setting? This rustic yet sophisticated set has it all… Aurora’s invitation set and day-of pieces reflect the airy skies, leafy forests, and bright sparkling light of Big Sur. Creamy white hand painted botanical details, shimmery painted gold contrasted with muted walnut wood for table numbers, and dramatic bark textured programs combine to make perfectly textured harmony. Celebrate under the open sky, with details of rustic elegance to make the day.

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{Well friends, it’s time.  Time to share with you very scary-exciting-I-may-fall-off-chair news with you all. } If you follow along on Instagram or Facebook, this won’t come as a surprise but if not, read on…. My hubby and I (Adam) just celebrated our fifteenth anniversary this year.  And yes, friends we are finally “ready” to start our family.  I know, you’re wondering “what in the world took you so long!?”  Well let me tell you.  And before I launch into my story, let me say this, in answer of those wondering why I’m sharing so much on my business blog, […]

My three weeks in Italy last October still feels like a dream… {A dream of days where time seems to stop or at the very least slow to a pace where you feel every feeling; every smile, color, ray of sun, drop of rain; where time never seems to disappoint with all it’s grandeur and possibility.} Our time in Italy was marked by several big experiences, one of which was our Art Shoot for Destination I Do Magazine, the others, I will write more about in the coming days. My interest in editorial work began in 2009 with a meager […]

Making art is about taking a journey.  This shoot, has had quite the journey over the last two years and to that end…yes, making art requires unrelenting patience.  Two years ago we traveled to Southern Utah, with two of the most inspiring photographers I’ve had the pleasure to know.  With a common vision and shared passion we embarked on a journey to express all the creative energy bubbling up inside of us.  Sepia had long been an inspirational concept for me artistically and I wanted to somehow translate it into a tangible moment. All began with this Pinterest board, where […]