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Sarah Joy is a wedding illustrator, injecting personality into your big day through quirky cartoons, 'relationship comics', elegant hand-lettering and on-the-night caricatures.
Pricing & Costs
Products and Services
Albums / Guestbooks
Programs / Place Cards / Menus
Save the Dates / Thank You Notes
Sarah Joy is a wedding illustrator based in Liverpool, but available for work across the UK. She will work with the bride and groom to create artwork, stationery and decorations that reflect their personality. Although most well known for her 'wedding comics' (the happy couple's relationship story retold in comic-strip form!), she also does cartoon portraits and images for save the dates, invites, orders of service and centrepieces as well as elegant calligraphy for chalkboards, signs and place names. Finally, Sarah Joy is also offers alternative wedding-day entertainment, sketching caricatures of all the guests!
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Sarah Joy
Congratulations on your impending (too ominous?) wedding! Thanks for showing interest in my artwork. I'd love to help you personalise your big day through my cartoon portraits, wedding comics, hand-lettering and on-the-night caricatures! Feel free to ask me any questions. Happy planning x
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
No. of People In Team
Location & Contact Details
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Humorous, quirky, personality-filled, unique, cute
What about your business are you most proud of?
That everything is made from scratch and tailored completely to the couple's ideas and personality. And my wedding comics, just because they are so fun and different!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Don't believe everything you see on Pinterest.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
(Depending on what the couple is inquiring about) - When a couple contacts me, I want to understand their vision for the wedding design and their vibe as a couple. I want to get to know their personality so that I can reflect this in my cartoons. Sometimes the artwork can be entirely digital, for the couple to use as they wish, and other times I play a bigger role in creating the finished product. It really is all down to the couple's ideas, requirements and budget.
What is the most important piece of stationery for a wedding and why?
The pen for signing the register, duh. (Too sarky?) No, seriously - the wedding invites of course! They are like a sneak peak taster for the big event - the first glimpse of the overall wedding day vibe!
What is your best seller?
Wedding comics! (The bride and groom's relationship story in comic-strip form)
How do you add romance to any wedding stationery you do?
I personally kiss every drawing I do. (Just kidding, that's gross).