When Kara reached out about working on her branding, she told me about an unfortunate experience she had had before with working with a brand designer. She had paid for a logo that she never ended up using because it never connected with her. After hearing that story, I knew that it would be really important to be extra clear on the strategy behind each element of Kara’s brand.
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Custom brand design for food blog: Sweetly Splendid
Project details: Brand Strategy & Logo Design
After presenting the initial branding concept, her response was:
I’m in love!! It’s like you understood exactly what I was looking for. I’m honestly shocked you nailed it right out the gate. I’m always so picky with fonts, but you landed on exactly what I was looking for. LOVE IT.
After working through Kara’s branding, we were able to work together through my Designer for a Day package to implement her branding onto her website and I am thrilled with what we were able to do in just a day!
What the client had to say
Can you share your goals for the project and any results you’ve seen so far?
I feel like I struck gold by getting to work with Madison on my branding. She was able to take the pieces and parts of ideas I had in my brain and pull them out and construct them into a beautiful masterpiece. I’m admittedly picky when it comes to certain elements and she was able choose exactly what my brand needed.
What would you tell someone considering working with Grace + Vine Studios?
Madison has a deep understanding of the branding struggles in food blogging. She far exceeded all of my expectations and I am very grateful for her guidance, talent, and hard work.