A Real Momental Wedding – Hand Painted Wedding Stationery and Beautiful Autumn Florals

This is a very special Real Wedding, because Erin is a Momental Girl!

Erin and Matt were married in October 2019. As you might guess, she designed and painted the stationery!

We love the blues and greens Erin picked, plus the pops of copper and other warm tones. It might not be the first color palette you think of when you hear “October wedding,” but it works beautifully, and paired perfectly with the floral arrangements.

The most impressive is the hand painted floral invite… just look at those blooms! Erin also opted for classic letterpress printing on the invite and save the dates, which elevates any piece of stationery.

Make sure you get a peek at her striped save the dates too, which were entirely painted by hand.

Plus the watercolor bridal shower invitations… different in style, but elegant and feminine.

For menus, Erin brought back the blue watercolor, this time with a personalized wax stamp on each one. She also designed cute bookmark place cards, and favor labels for each place setting.

With so many blooms on the invite, it’s only fitting that the day-of flowers were just as lovely.

With flowers and greenery from Fifty Flowers, Kristy put together the arrangements, which included a gorgeous swag backdrop for the ceremony.

With loads of greenery and mostly muted tones, these are autumnal without feeling too stereotypically “fall”. Loose and unstructured but not overly rustic. That bridal bouquet is a stunner, with the red amaranthus and orange berries!

A big congratulations to Erin and Matt, we couldn’t be happier to finally be sharing all the creativity from your big day!
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Vendor Credits

  • Floral Arrangements
  • Kristy Rice