Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

It is difficult to envision a more Springlike color palette than lavender and white!  Impressionistic in texture this suite reminds me a rustic flower fields worthy of Monet inspired brushstrokes! String Lights, Papers, Lavender Bouquet, Watercolor Flower Wedding Invitation, Watercolor Landscape, Hand Painted Milk Glass Table Number

As I sit here, the day after New Years has passed,  the studio stoop is covered in snow, with about another foot on the way.  You can imagine how excited I am to write this post about light and bright, Spring-worthy wedding invitations from our archives.  These are just a handful of my favorites whose details, each in very different ways communicate a Spring wedding (Spring as we know it in the US of course)! First I’m reliving a lovely art shoot we produced to introduce the quintessential Spring pattern in collaboration with Envelopments.  This lively, fresh, open weave pattern […]

I adore collaborating with the team at Project Wedding.  They continually produce editorial designed to not only inspire but to enlighten a bit, I believe.  Have a look at the last time I got creative with them here. Mandalas, loosley described as a spiritual symbol of the universe, have their roots in Hinduism.  Often drawn intricately or carved into the ground or sand, these round symbols of life and spiritual earth each have their own visual personality.  This wedding inspiration shoot interpreted the Mandala as a floral symbol of never ending love and unity.  My interpretation of the Mandala was […]

I woke up the morning of this editorial shoot to my phone going insane with messages and buzzing and I knew that could not possibly mean anything good.  It was pouring rain, I mean sheets of unrelenting rain that make it hard to drive, let alone style delicate flowers and prep fragile stationery for photographing in a field of flowers.  I had been dreaming up this project with a group of friends and artists for months.  I had the hand painted gown which was the centerpieces of our story for only one day.  Only one choice remained.  Work on… So […]