If you haven’t yet visited Brancoprata’s profile on Style Me Pretty’s Style Circle, go now. This gal has a certain grace and style when it comes to creating an inspiration board. This one was crafted just for me and it is divine. Thank you.
Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice
Thank goodness for The Momental Girls. They make Momental what it is and their talent, day in, day out floors me. I am grateful. Last week Joy spent hours lavishly painting my Amaryllis artwork with creamy white inks against a shimmery champagne cardstock. Our Bride, Heather was bold in her choice of bright cobalt papers from Envelopments. We are loving this unique color palette for her December celebration. The handmade wedding invitation look was finished with a blue Ensemble Folder with wrap and artwork tag. As a stark contrast to Heather’s invitations, Patty chose a soft and romantic palette of […]
As many of you might remember, the hubby and I renewed our vows last May and followed up with a big celebration bash in Pennsylvania. Recently the full gallery of images captured by good friend Daniel Lanton was featured on Wedding Chicks! So now I am thrilled to share some more details from the party! Mom and I spent a solid 12 hours arranging over 15 designs with perfect blooms from 50flowers.com. From their incredibly personal customer service to fresh flowers delivered on time and as promised, I sing their praises as often as possible. The moment the 20 boxes […]
It has been a while since I featured our Signature Vintage Lacy Tree Wedding Invitation; Long enough I would say! Our Lacy tree has a long history, an evolving character and is beloved by us all at the studio. Whimsical charm, custom sketches and a lighthearted mood make the tree a constant favorite. Melanie first contacted us and knew the tree was for her. Marrying in a vegetable garden *love*, the lacy quality of the tree seemed perfect. I suggested a basket full of veggies nestled under the tree. We then added dragonflies and a pretty wrap in Envelopments Repousse […]
Oh how I love this invitation suite. Several months ago I purchased some laces, just to play and here we are. My “playing” often leads to a stationery project that I may never have dreamed could work but for Christina, it certainly did. The two varieties of lace acted as a closure along with the silvery satin ribbon tie. I love the delicate design of the lace contrasted by it sumptious, cottony texture – lovely! Her lacy artwork choice was hand painted with a vibrant coral ink and then embellished with tiny rhinestones throughout. Thank you Christina for trusting us […]