Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

Let’s rewind to about 1 year ago – if you came to me with all white wedding invitation dreams I likely would have smiled and said oh yes “we can do that” but inside I would have been paralyzed with fear.  You see I’m a color lover, through and through and until recently, with the help of a few amazingly creative couples, did not put much value in white color palettes.  Until recently I used color and intense hues to create drama, all but overlooking the power of white and softer palettes to make a statement.  Alicia and Justin’s wedding […]

We’re amidst some of the most thrilling times of the year.  Wedding season is in full swing and so are our creative spirits!  Today I’m sharing some projects still very much in development as well as a favorite from the production table last week! Late last week I create a new watercolor featuring Succulents, Scabiosa Pods, Peegee Hydrangeas, Raspberries and Seeded Eucalyptus; the perfect ingredients for a rustic wedding bouquet…When fashioned into an invitation layout the silvery greens and washy blues became lovely neutrals against a burgundy and silver paper palette. Julie fell in love with our Austin Bouquet artwork […]

For the last week or so in Pennsylvania, Spring has been in full bloom.  With temps in the 60’s and 70’s it is hard not to have a bit of Spring Fever.  Today I’m sharing some of my favorites from the last few weeks with designs focusing on…you guessed it, flowers!  Whether lavishly painted or subtly watercolored, these Spring Watercolor Wedding Invitations encompass all that is romantic and feminine.  Some are more traditional, other more flirty and whimsical. Kelly’s save the date featured a single pink peony painted with layers of pink and white acrylic and some sheer shimmer inks […]

Last fall the lovely ladies of Eve Events got in touch to involve me in what turned out to be an incredible experience.  They explained that the editors of The Knot were crafting an inspiration story around the beauty of a Monique Lhuillier gown.  All details from china to linens and stationery were to be inspired by the The Field of Dreams Collection as described here by Monique herself: “Butterflies, branches, twigs, wheat stalks and feathers all delicately woven into the collection.  Lots of texture created with organza, tulle, floral embroideries appliqued onto sheer corsets with whimsical skirts…Romance is back!!” […]