If you’re considering having a custom wedding logo designed for your special occasion, you may be wondering what the steps are and how to make sure you’ll be happy with the results. When you order your custom logo from Event Logo House, we email you a quick questionnaire so that we have an idea of your desired style before we even begin. To prepare yourself, you may want to take a look at these questions and give them some thought, as many brides aren’t sure what they want in their Wedding Logo or Monogram. Here are the questions you’ll receive after your purchase (any question may have more than one answer):
1. What are your event colors? Describe your colors, provide Pantone (PMS) Colors to ensure accuracy, or you can email swatches to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can even mail us fabric swatches and we will do our best to match the colors.
2. What type of event are you having? Classy/Refined/Chic, Fun/Energetic, Contemporary/Modern, Romantic/Vintage, Destination, Other ______________
~ If Destination, enter location: _______________
~ Incorporate location into design theme? Yes / No / Maybe
3. In which season are you having your event? Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
~ Incorporate season into design theme? Yes / No / Maybe
4. What category best suits your perfect logo? Contemporary, Elegant, Themed, No Preference, or Other ______________
~ If Themed, please describe _______________
5. What fonts appeal most to you in Wedding Logos? Sans Serif (a la Helvetica), Serif (a la Times New Roman), Script, No Preference
6. What shapes would you like us to incorporate? Circle, Dotted, Square, Rectangle, Diamond, Heart, Flowers, Leaves, Swirls, Line Rule, No Preference, or Other ______________
7. Which elements would you like us to include in your designs? Select “Yes”, “No”, or “Maybe” for each: First Names, First Initials, Last Initial of Groom, Event Date, Event Location, Other ______________
8. Any additional information you feel we should know: _________________
For any question answered with “Maybe”, one or two out of the three proofs may incorporate this element. For an example, assume that Nicole had filled out the form as such:
1. Raspberry Purple and Sage Green
~ Incorporate season into design theme? Maybe
5. Sans Serif, I think…
6. Squares (Maybe)
7. First Names: Maybe, First Initials: Yes, Last Initial of Groom: No,
Event Date: No, Event Location: No
Nicole may receive something along the lines of these logos as her first round of proofs:
Nicole can now make up to three rounds of revisions to ensure that her final logo is absolutely perfect. Each round may include as many changes as desired. First, she must pick her favorite out of the three designs. She may decide that she loves the middle logo as is, in which case she would receive a JPEG and PDF file of this logo to use for printing and customizing her decor.
Alternately, she may decide that she likes the third logo best, but she responds to the first proof with the following changes:
1. Change names to read: Nicole and Matt, 2. Change “&” symbol to the Raspberry Purple color, and 3. Change names to a Serif font, in all CAPS.
NOTE: It is important to be as specific as you can with your revisions, as you only get to do this twice. If you’re having a hard time figuring out exactly what you want to change, we can consult via phone or email to clarify, and possibly provide you with some suggestions before proceeding with the next proof.
Nicole’s second proof:
From here, she can make one more round of revisions, or she may decide her new Custom Wedding Logo is now perfect!
If you have any questions about ordering your Custom Wedding Logo or Wedding Monogram, email email@example.com and we’d be happy to answer them!