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How mattkimberlyburns started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
First Sight Farms
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This elegant, sophisticated logo would represent a wedding venue business we've just started on our horse farm, in the beautiful South Okanagan region of BC, Canada. We've come up with a list of words that convey the image we're looking for: idyllic, pastoral, classy, simple, natural. The wedding venue we offer is flexible, a lovely acreage that can be decorated to almost any theme. We'd like the logo to be made up of the farm name plus two iconic features of our property: 1) a lovely big willow tree, and 2) the fenced grass alleyway between our pastures, which forms a long sweeping S-curve of parallel fences. It's like a natural "aisle" for brides to walk down. We would like to represent the fence accurately (ie: our fence has 4 rails, so we want the logo to have 4 rails too), so we've attached photos of our place that show both the fence and the willow. The logo needs to target brides and grooms in the process of planning their dream outdoor wedding. It's a naturally beautiful property, and so we hope couples will fall in love with it "at first sight." Although it is a horse property, we do NOT want to use anything that is specifically horse-related in the logo (ie: no horses, no cowboy fonts, etc.). The colours we want to use are: 1) mid blue with grey undertones, 2) a medium to light brown, and 3) a rich rust colour. We can't wait to see what comes back!
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The first photo shows the first curve in the "S" curve of the alley way with fences both sides, looking towards the willow. 2nd photo is a different part of the fence, looking towards another willow. The 3rd is a scan of a really quick set of sketches I'd done, and we'd agreed that #1, #5 and #7 are the "closest" to our vision (they're numbered on the page).