Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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A custom designed crest by designsgirl added a touch of elegant structure to our pink peony Watercolor and Letterpress Wedding Invites.  Sounds like a new Momental classic indeed! Alexandra chose to feature our watercolor blooms with layer upon layer of thick white and gold paint, best seen on the statement envelope liner. The enclosure cards were not ignored of course and received their own painting treatment as well.

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We’re having a gray, gloomy day here in Pennsylvania, so I thought I would share a little springtime color with you. Here’s a recently completed invitation full of bright watercolor florals paired with whimsical fonts for a vintage-rustic wedding. We are all about colorful watercolor floral invitations at Momental, and Nicole’s vision to combine them with fun, bold typography brings a whole new life to our favorite blooms, suggesting a rustic floral wedding that is a perfect balance of elegance and casual grace. What a perfect way to get your guests in the mood for spring celebrations, thinking ahead to […]

A dreamy venue the likes of an old city estate with charm and detail abounding has my painter’s mind reeling with ideas.  Thank you Metropolitan Building in Brooklyn! Metropolitan Building Brooklyn, Colors, Watercolor, Peonies and Rosemary, Botanical Watercolor Invitations

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I remember the sun trickling in early that morning.  It’s hard to not get good light in a greenhouse but that cold December morning seemed like perfection.  Dew on the window panes with succulents and ferns at every turn, the room came alive.   Every year I celebrate with the team…offering up an amazing meal, in a wow place, making each detail sing their praises for incredible  year of  work well done.  The Vintage Greenhouse at Hillside Farms in Dallas, PA seemed magical to me, so I inquired about cleaning up the space and taking over for a day…the rest, […]

Last week I spent a few evenings getting acquainted with the newest volume of Kinfolk magazine.  The narrative “Undocumented Hours” was particularly curious and complex and has since inspired my to read again and again. It begins…. “The past few years have levied a strange burden of proof upon our backs, a burden to account for our hours and days, to prove to all who care to watch from the screens of their phones and computers that we are doing something worthy with our lives…” I’m guilty.  Even on this day, where I hopped my quad and rode our property, […]