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Is it just me, or do you need a logo for your wedding? I think it’s just me and Martha based on the response I got when I created our wedding logo! For me, it’s all about the details tying your day together.
When I told my MOH (my sister) that I was working on a logo she said, “I don’t get it, why do you need a logo? Don’t you just do your initials??”     The answer? You don’t! You get one because you can. Initials are a great “logo,” but it is fun to get creative.  Flash forward, four years later, she commissioned her very own logo for her wedding.
I initially set out on Etsy to find some awesome graphic designers who could make my dreams come true. The wonderful designs at Merrymint caught my eye. At first I wasn’t sure what my logo would be like, but there were some wonderful ideas on various blogs and wedding websites.
 When I first thought about a logo I realized there are two ways to approach the logo: 1) you think of a theme and then take an element out to design a logo (example: nautical theme and a ship’s wheel), or 2) pick something significant and then make the rest of the wedding elements work with that.
Because we don’t really have a theme that has predictable elements, I had to think of some item that could me incorporated into a logo. So I thought back to significant moments in our relationship, and BAM!  He proposed with a trophy and it was the central theme of the big day.
What’s your logo?
XOXO, Mrs. Make It Rainka
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