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"La Fête Pâtisserie Française " I would like to use all this wording in the logo with the "La Fête" being the more prominent portion. I will eventually need a smaller logo for labels that just says La Fête.
We are a contemporary upscale French Pastry shop in Seattle, WA. Focus on quality and providing an "experience" and our price point is higher than average. The general aesthetic of the store design is clean and elegant without being stark. Like a jewelry store. Our colors are black, brushed brass and jewel toned teal. We offer both an instore seated service and also takeaway with complete branded packaging for gifts and home entertaining. Our location has a high median income and our customers value quality and uniqueness.
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
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La Fête Pâtisserie Française
Top 3 Things
Elegance, Upscale, Modernity but not cold or industrial
La Fete should be the focus with perhaps the patisserie francaise as a second smaller line. I like script but not overly fussy. Perhaps the "L" and "F" in a different or more elaborat font. I am considering using black bags with the jewel toned teal for my pastry boxes so perhaps the logo for the boxes would utilize the black and brushed brass as a contrast to the boxes? Possible the L and F as initials which could be used on a small circular chocolate disc for each pastry. I need this for branding but it cant be too much due to the size of the disc.(maybe 3/4" round) I would like to be mindful to not create a logo that is going to be very expensive to produce for the pastry boxes, bags, etc. In other words probably not too many different colors. I chose text and image under the logo style becasue I am imagining some type of graphic possibly architectural compenent (swish, line, curve?) to the logo more than an image per se.
I have a strong vision in my mind but no idea how to translate that to paper. I am happy to be collaborative and provide as much feedback as a designer needs to get this right. I would like to find a designer who would work with me to add additional components once the inital logo is completed. I am imagining something like to Tiffany packaging but for pastry. Clean, elegant, and timeless. Also Pierre Herme Pastry is Paris has a variety of packaging and branding that I like. His is a little masculine in his colors though.
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