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I've been asked to redesign the logo for ewedding.com to make it a bit more elegant, refined, and "Martha Stewart-esque". Every icon I came up with came across as a little bit trite or cheesy (rings, flowers, birds, etc), so instead, I've tried to come up with a solution that just type based.
The custom W is an attempt to portray togetherness, closeness, and maybe even a stylized knot.
I'm not sure if Clarendon is the right typeface to be using, and was hoping for some suggestions on other fonts that already have a loop in the W. Or even other fonts that might work for this.
So... does it work? If so, any ideas on how to refine it even more?
|ewedding - Clarendon||7.46 KB|
|ewedding - Rockwell||5.56 KB|
|ewedding - Clarendon (revised)||4.73 KB|
|ewedding - Clarendon w/colour & tagline||12.61 KB|