Getting a logo makes sense for every business at some point. There are some really great tips to creating a logo that will work for a small business and fit into your budget in Geoffrey James’s article. One great tip is to make sure to always include your business name in your logo. An emblem by itself means nothing unless it’s recognizable in connection to your wedding business on a national level.
The first thing to ask yourself though is whether you’re at a point where you need a real logo, or if you can get by with your business name in a large font. A logo makes your business look more professional and classy, but it may not be the best use of your marketing budget right now. Remember, a logo doesn’t bring in customers; it just gives a small nudge in that direction. If you are ready to get a logo, look around for the right designer. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to get a good logo, check out other businesses and if you find something you like ask them who they had create their logo. What do you think are you ready to get a logo, or would it be better to hold off for a while?
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