My second time working with Graphicscape and it was just as expected. loved every design option given. Came out exactly how I wanted. Thank you!
Fantastic designer and a complete professional. I will definitely be working with her again.
- Lidiya Combes
Very creative and original design, great to work with!
How kshanikaminiter started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Florals by Kshanika
What’s your company slogan?
Bringing elegance to everyday
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
By creating exotic and elegant floral designs I bring the garden to you.
Bringing elegance to everyday. (this could also be used as a slogan)
Events, weddings, everyday florals.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I love the font "bloom" is in, I think "events in" is a bit small and light to read. I love the green leafs.
love the font and flow.
love the font and how the V branches out.
similar to my ideas, would like it if it was more of a diamond shape.
love the tree!
love how simple it is, but doesn't tell you much about the company.
I love every thing about it! the font, the abstract artwork incorporating the kitten and the leaf
love the simplicity and use of negative space.
cute and whimsical!
simple, to the point, love the colors, beautiful.
I'm just starting out as a freelance floral designer so I am very open to suggestions for business names. My first name is Kshanika pronounced (shu-nee-kah) the first K is silent. I am adopted from India and just started practicing yoga so it might be cool to try to incorporate that somehow.
My favorite book is The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. It discusses the Victorian age use of communicating with flowers. I would love to try to incorporate the meaning of flowers somehow.
I also did a lot of traveling throughout Europe when I lived in Dublin, Ireland for the year and I love the idea of pulling different aspects of designs from around the world into my own work (and business card!) that would be great. There is a Japanese form of design called ikebana that is simple and beautiful that would go along with the zen idea.
I've attached a bunch of ideas to see what you guys come up with! My favorite is the green emblem with the W in it, but I also love the whimsical as well as the ones with the flowers used for letters.
Thank for all of your hard work, I'm excited to see what you come up with!