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Can I see you logo/monogram please?

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Hi,

 

I would like to design a logo/monogram but am desperately lacking in inspiration. Would you let me have a look at yours please?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

K

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try using the search function in the top right corner, you will get many hits on monograms and be able to filter thru those :)

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We have three.

 

This one we are using on the towels we ordered and OOT bags. We wanted to add a personal touch yet allowing our guest to still use these items after the wedding.

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This one we are using for our shot glasses, pre-travel brochure, welcome brochure, etc..

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This one we are going to use for favors labels, thank you notes and any other items after we are officially married

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Hope this helps...

Happy planning!

~Susana

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Thanks very much for the links and for showing me your logos.

 

If I was struggling with inspiration - actually choosing a logo is very difficult - they are all great and all so different.

 

Thanks again.

 

K

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Here's mine. I have to say, Altough I have a creative mind and hands, Im terrible on the computer. I found a template on this forum that had instructions for how to make your own logo, Cant remember which wonderfull Lady did this, But it helped me alot!! Im using the logo for My ceremony books, welcome letters, en oot bags.

 

 

Presentation1.ppt

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I've been having lots of trouble deciding on a logo too.

Here are a few I've been playing with.

 

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Sorry if they're huge I'm new to posting pics sad.gif

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Originally Posted by krussell View Post
I've been having lots of trouble deciding on a logo too.
Here are a few I've been playing with.

Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.

Sorry if they're huge I'm new to posting pics sad.gif
You would mind putting up your templates. I wasnt even going to do one bc im not very creative but after seeing all of these they are toooo cute not to do one

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