Lola has been using our new logo as a watermark during the last couple of weeks in her wedding blog, sort of testing it while we were finalizing the layout, colors, fonts, etc. Now that we have finalized everything, I would love to get some feedback from our dear readers on what you think about our logo. Here are some of the renderings of our logo in different colors:
Lola and I have been trying to get a good logo for our business for sometime now. We worked with multiple graphic designers and artists and did not like any of their concepts. Then, one day, Lola sees one of my Facebook contacts (our fan) and checks out his work. She was immediately impressed by some of his work and asked me to contact him. He responded to my request immediately and sent several different concepts for us to see. We really liked most of the concept work and had a hard time picking our favorites. We ended up picking the above renderings, in addition to the below “Mansurovs” text:
So, what does the logo signify and why did we like this particular rendering? First, “Lola” translates as Tulip (the flower) in Uzbek and Turkish, so Lola’s name is not the same as the Spanish names “Dolores” or “Lolita”. Because of her name’s flowery nature, the idea was two folded – to have an image of a Tulip and the letter “M” – the first letter of “Mansurovs”, as shown above.
The young artist’s name who created the above for us is Rustam Babadjanov and while he lives in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, coordination and communication was not a problem at all. He is currently finishing up business cards for us as well, which I will post for you to see as soon as they are ready. He does not have a web page or a fan page yet, but as soon as he does, I will post his contact information.
Let us know what you think!