tpcreative did an amazing job. they were quick with my request, listened my requests and had the files send to me right away. I would highly recommend using them as I will be doing so myself!!
How Carmen Johnston started their logo design journey
Nectar Garden Party
Nectar and Company is a company specializing in wedding and event decoration. We provide businesses and individuals with high quality, greenhouse-grown plants that we grow on site in rural Georgia. We are a small, family-run business that is pursuing new and creative ideas in the gardening industry to increase company sales and lure a new generation of growers into the business of flower gardening.
We are starting a new business sector that markets gardening kits to children.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Nectar and Company is targeting a new market of children and mothers. We are trying to inspire the desire to cultivate living organisms at a young age, and hope they find a new love in gardening. We are attempting to create a new way for mothers to bond with their children, in a manner that is safe and rewarding. We are trying to open new generations to the joys of the outdoors and the gifts that it offers.
We are starting a new business sector for marketing garden kits to childrens and mothers.
Thus, we need a logo that says the following:
"Nectar Garden Party"
1) Logo should be "earthy"
2) Logo should be child and mother friendly.
3) Interested in seeing a logo with the green 'N' from the following logo: http://www.nectarandcompany.com/intrologo.gif
4) Also open for other ideas and colors.
5) Children and/or flowers incorporated into the logo is an idea.
6) Logo should remain "clean" and "professional", while at the same time creative.
This logo will be used for a website, as well as other packaging and marketing materials.
Please provide a single Photoshop or Illustrator file with a very, very large logo. This logo will be resized and used elsewhere (1024x768 minimum).
This is an excellent opportunity for a designer to get some well-needed exposure in Southern Living!