Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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As promised I am excited to share more amazing details from Kelley and Ben’s wedding this week! Let me start with the invitations!

Kelley chose a Pocket design in shimmering white. The lacy pattern was hand-pressed in white with raspberry hand-painted blooms. The pocket closure was individually wrapped in sage cardstock and white grosgrain ribbon then finished with a 2 inch Lacy square seal.

Some unique details: the amazing broach detail on Kelley’s gown, Saint Anthony by the Sea Chapel in East Gloucester, MA and the lovely ring shot by Sarah Bastille Photography.

The Momental team created escort cards with alternating tent colors, the shimmering raspberry hand-painted bloom on each was my favorite! The program color palette featured alternating treatment of the tag detail, Lacy pattern and cover.

Kelley’s scrumptious truffle favors were wrapped in olive green silk boxes then tied with raspberry grosgrain and personalized favor tag. The tag here also featured the lacy pattern in shimmering raspberry with a white on shimmer white border detail.

So what is your favorite detail?

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  1. Bridal Inquirer

    Beautiful! The broach is such a unique addition to her gown.I love the plates with the goldish/pearl beaded edges! And of course, the invitations are amazing but the escort cards are my favorite, I think! I did not have assigned tables/seating at our reception so I am always envious of the creative escort card displays! 🙂

  2. Globetrottingbride

    Amazing! I love the pink/green color combo. The invites are great. I especially love the lacy flower square on the belly bands.

  3. Kristy@RiceInk

    Thank you, thank you! Kelley was a dream to work with and had such amazing taste and a great eye for color. I love how the charger and cake detailing mimic the buttons on her dress.

  4. Sarah Bastille

    Hi Kristy,Your beautiful work was truly a joy to photograph! To see more photos from this event on my blog, visit http://sarahbastille.blogspot.com/