I was checking Facebook a few weeks back when I saw a logo with a little heart balloon and the words “Moki Gray”. I had no idea what it meant and what their Facebook page was about but it sure piqued my interest and so I checked it out and right then I was completely smitten at what welcomed me.
I saw beautifully designed invitation suites, monograms, love story wall art, logos, and other wedding related layouts! The designs were the kind that appeal to me – hand drawn, rustic, homely, with a modern vibe. The typography and calligraphy look so enchanting as well. I just knew I had to feature this here.
I got the chance to have a little conversation with the proud mommy behind Moki Gray who was so kind to share how she started. Moksha, or Moki (her nickname), started designing invites at 16 during the time when she was working for her aunt’s company. She wanted to earn extra money to buy delicious merienda (snacks) so she designed invitations using colored pencils and pretty papers. Next thing she knew, she was designing 50 pieces of invites all drawn by hand. She continued schooling and a few years after, on September 27, 2012, Moki Gray was born.
Here are some Moki Gray wedding invitation suites, logos, save the date cards and missalette covers.
Moki Gray’s style is soft and feminine, simple, timeless, laid back, more on the rustic/vintage side with a touch of modern. My wedding invites are known to be personalized and specially designed for the couple. I usually ask for the couple’s love story, in that way, I know how to tell their story through designing their wedding invite.
Aside from wedding invites, Moki also designs love story wall art, wedding thumbprint guestbook, monograms, labels, and more!
Apart from sharing the gift that God has given me, my goal is also to inspire people. So, I design positive quotes and design posters, or what have you. Moki Gray has a story to tell, you may find my designs pretty but the stories behind make them prettier.
Aren’t they all soooo pretty? Moki’s talent and creativity is indeed a gift. I hope she continues to share and inspire not only soon-to-be-wed couples but other people as well with her lovely creations. Thanks to Moki for sharing these photos with us! You can check out more of her works by visiting the links below: