Hi, friends! I’m popping in between regular Friday posts to ask y’all for more guidance.
Last week, I shared a few logos I made to replace my current one. Below I am pasting my current one on the left and the logo that earned the most votes on the right.
In this post, I am presenting four options: two designs, two color schemes for each (+ one bonus design). Before you cast votes, I’d like to share some information and some concerns.
There are two qualities about my old logo that I’d like to preserve in the new one—
- It’s easy to read.
- Its cute/sweet vibe pairs well with my general aesthetic/editing style.
Sidenote: light pink and medium purple are my brand colors.
Flower Wreath Logos
The flower logo is lovely and got a lot of praise. I chose the design because my name is Lily.
I realized that the writing was hard to read in the first version, so I enlarged the wreath to increase the font size and replaced the purple ink with dark grey ink. I felt concerned that the logo evokes an elegant/sophisticated vibe, whereas my style is more spunky, so I made another version with colors switched around. I like the version with inverted colors because it feels more “me.”
Let me know–does the elegant look of the flower wreath clash with my spunky style? Does the one with a purple background look more spunky?
The mandala logo earned a few votes. I like this design because it is reminiscent of both the sun and a flower. The implications seem fitting since my name is Lily, and I try to inspire people to be joyful and like to think of myself as a light in the world. I also think the design reflects my spunky aesthetic.
My concern is that mandalas are technically an eastern religious symbol. True mandalas are incredibly intricate, and this design strays very far from a traditional mandala, but I still want to know–would you think “religious symbol” if you saw this (had I not just put the idea in your head)? I’m throwing in a normal sun design in case you all like it.
Thanks for reading! I eagerly await your votes and suggestions. 🙂
P.S. If I haven’t read your blog in a couple weeks, don’t think I’ve forgotten about you; I’m slowly but surely making my rounds. Look out for a new “Blogging Tips & Tricks” on Friday!
Another P.S. Here are some images I’ve made since purchasing Canva for Work. If you like these, follow me on Instagram, and I’ll follow back. ♥