Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Erin is envisioning Jekyll Island Wedding Invites inspired by the iconic history of Jekyll Island Club Hotel.  The softest of pastel color palettes will whisper romance into each and every brushstroke…

I know I need a little sunshine amidst all this dreary Northeast winter weather, you?  Erin and Mark’s sweet vintage ocean inspired invitation just shipped.  We are smitten.  Lobster art tags, orange and blue baker’s twine, baby blue paisley papers and a pair of invitation beach chairs.  What could be better?

Another look today at the custom menus, place cards and table number cards created for the La Tavola Linen Grand Opening in Newport Beach, CA!  We adore this black, white and pink combination and especially dig the lacquered succulents.  An iconic gerbera daisy was the artwork centerpiece here along with Envelopments black and white paisley cardstock… The floral design drove the drama of this table with its fluffy green hydrangea, creamy ivory roses and purple ranunculus.  Our vintage garden artwork seemed the perfect fit on dusty purple cardstock with creamy ivory hand painting… My friends at La Tavola Linen are […]

Fresh off the phone with a new couple marrying at the iconic Angel Orensanz Foundation.   We chatted about an eclectic theme combining her love of books and his affinity for computer technology…who could ask for better wedding inspiration?  More, please {smiling}. Vintage Books, Angel Orensanz Foundation , Invitation, papers, gold motherboard

You’ve had the chance to read and see all about our Walk the Line shoot in Austin here, here and here!  Today I’m giving a behind the scenes look at the stationery and some never before seen shots!  The stationery was inspired by folk art from the 50’s and 60’s.  I created the collection from a series of simple brushstrokes from tiny swooshes and dots to daisy-like petaled blooms.  Fabric played a big role in this shoot from the quirky dresses by Jessica Audey to the vintage hymnals.  For months I collected Hymnals and became enchanted by their shabby covers […]