My Story is Art – Watercolor Artwork for Wedding Invitations

Well friends, the secret is out, we’re not all about flowers here at Momental!  Jillian is my right hand and compliments my style and talents perfectly.  Jillian spent 10 years making her place in New York City, collaborating with some of the worlds biggest fashion brands.  Now she is home, make her mark at Momental.  Her illustration skills are heartfelt and captivating to say the least.

This is what we do here, we create art, that resonates with you; art that fulfills your vision. Some of our couples come to us without much of a vision, but not to worry, we’ll help you find it.

I’ve been studying Monet quite a bit lately, preparing for a trip to France planned for the fall.  Impressionist painters were known for their ability to capture light with a few flicks of a brush.  What many of us don’t realize that Monet, like so many impressionists considered and achingly pondered each brushstroke place.

{No brushstroke on Monet’s canvas was a mistake.  Much like Monet, the design team at Momental considers, ponders, re-works and often agonizes over the artworks we eventually present to you.}

{I’ve gathered some of my recent favorites from Jill’s desk.  Below you can click through to see where the original artwork led us in design!}


Ayla and Patrick’s wedding in Brazil will make a personal statement with a watercolor depiction of their church in Trancoso, Brazil.
This classic stone church doesn’t loose its imposing vibe all the while being painted in soft watercolor tones.
Landscapes speak to me almost as much as flowers. The Blue Ridge Mountains have long been a favorite subject matter.