When Deb’s Floral Design came to me to design her logo, I couldn’t have been more excited. I am familiar with her beautiful work and couldn’t wait to express that through her branding.
This logo was created to make a lasting impression on future clients. Deb wanted a watercolour illustration of flowers encapsulated with the type. We decided on a Jenna Sue, a handwritten font to help increase readability and familiarity. We then used Microsoft Yi Baiti, a san serif font to help tie everything together and create a modern look.
The business cards were created to be clean, crisp yet still have lots of colour. Printed on a beautiful 13pt linen stock really brings to look and feel of Deb’s Floral Design together. Using the watercolour flower illustration as a key to catch the eye and create interest.