Starting a new business or Etsy shop is a lot of work. What might seem like a simple idea when you're hit with the idea lightening bolt, quickly turns into a list that is a mile long - of all the things you need to do to make it successful! Not to worry though, if you break it down into manageable chunks, you'll be on your way in no time. One of the first things I usually do when opening a new storefront, is to start my branding - and we're here to help you with a list of beautiful feminine logos!. A cohesive look throughout your website, shop and product line helps to create trust with your potential shoppers right off the bat. It also helps to give your new business a bit of personality, and a starting point when deciding what types of products your shop will carry. It also tells the customer a lot about what type of business you are (or intend to be)!
Lucky for us small shops, getting a logo no longer means investing $400 + by hiring a graphic designer, coming up with our own ideas and direction, and hoping they understand! These days, there are an abundance of adorable, pre-made logos that are fully customizable, usually ready within 1-2 weeks, and most cost less than $30! I recently needed a new logo for a friend I was helping set up shop, and came across so many great ones, I thought I would round them all up in a post for you guys!
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If you are new to the pre-made logo world, the process is very simple (and requires no design experience on your part!)
- Browse our list of ultra feminine logos + pick a design that you love, and that you feel embraces the spirit of the shop you are looking to open. Pay attention to the type of graphic, the style of font, how the image is illustrated, etc. It's also a good idea to consider the shape of the design, and where you will be using it most in your branding!
- Purchase the listing from the shop owner, and indicate the necessary information in the ORDER NOTES when you process your order. This could include your business name, your personal name, your type of business or if you have a tag line. It all depends on how detailed the logo is that you are purchasing. Also make sure to read the product description carefully. Some designers offer a change in colours, size, etc. Some just offer it as you see it.
- Wait for them to complete the product. They will likely email you a proof for your approval, and once its approved they will send you the file in a few different formats. Voila! Done! Just remember to save your new shiny logo somewhere on your computer that you will always remember to find it at.
Without further ado, here are a few of my fav feminine logos! I hope you like them as much as I do! If you end up using any of them for your shops, leave a link in the comments section so we can check them out! <3
Poppy & Co by the Blushing Elm
Madison Moore by the Blushing Elm
Claire Lucas by Ink & Honey Design Co
Amelie Baker by Ink & Honey Design Co
Little Twigs by KiwiNBerries
Magnolia Outdoor Design by KiwiNBerries
Paper & Lola by Stylish Creative Shop
Plants & Friends by KiwiNBerries
The Great Finch by KiwiNBerries
- Willow & Brambles by Stylish Creative Shop
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