Izzy Bowie

Meet Isabella Bowie, where every stroke of her pen tells a unique love story. Specialising in personalised wedding stationery, Isabella's designs are more than just invitations - they're the opening chapter to your special day. From bespoke illustrations to vibrant colours, each piece reflects the couple's personality and sets the tone for a celebration to remember. Get ready to see your love story come to life in stunning detail, with Isabella as your guide to creating the perfect stationery suite for your big day!

We caught up with Isabella Bowie to discover her insights; here's what she shared.

How would you best describe your style, and why do you enjoy your work?

I love working closely with clients; learning about them, delving into their narratives, and weaving their stories seamlessly into the design of their wedding stationary. The wedding invitation is the first glimpse guests receive into the couple's special day. It sets the tone and ignites anticipation so it's fun to be at the beginning of a couple's journey and create stationary that reflects them.

What sets your illustrations apart from others?

My approach to illustration is very bespoke. Each project is tailored specifically to the couple, ensuring that no two invitations are alike. I draw on an iPad which allows for flexibility in design. We can easily deconstruct and refine elements, experiment with colours, and ensure that every detail aligns perfectly with the couple's vision.

What are your top tips for creating the perfect event stationery?

I think it's really important to understand the couple and their vision, understand their vibe and the atmosphere they wish to evoke. Colour is a key tool for adding vibrancy and personality. I love incorporating special touches that nod to the couple's quirks and individuality, ensuring that every detail reflects them.

Have you any exciting projects on the horizon?

At the moment I am working on a wedding with a new design format. I have been drawing the gates to the couple's family home and they are going to part in the centre, opening into a heavily illustrated English garden filled with flowers in full bloom. It's been a lot of fun to draw.