Dessert Logo Ideas:
A sweet-sounding typeface, Emilys Candy has hearts in place of the superscript dots, symbolizing a love of dessert. The lime-green swirl of ice-cream suggests that the portions are adequate. The bowl is linked to the typeface through the pink color, which contrasts with the ice-cream.
The friendly Luckiest Guy typeface is an informal, sans serif inspired by 1950s advertisements. It goes well with the image of a delicious layered cake served on a cake stand and framed by a cute, purple medallion. Tones of purple suggest a brand that prides itself on high-quality desserts.
The cookie in this image, represented as Saturn, suggests that your desserts are an out-of-this-world, heavenly experience. The Ranchers typeface, an example of artists' informal interpretations of sans serif lettering, complements the pink color scheme for a bright, fun design.
This three-tiered layered cake suggests you will get your fill of dessert and then some! The cherries on top suggest that attention is paid to detail. The bold Luckiest Guy typeface adds a modern appeal that is enhanced by the red color, which will stimulate the appetite for your desserts.
The three lollipops with an attractive windmill design suggest that your desire for sweetness will be satisfied. Together with the candy pink and light green color palette, this icon will attract a younger customer base. The classic Forum typeface provides a contrasting professionalism.
The crowned cookie suggests that your desserts are superior and eating them will make your customers feel like royalty. Luckiest Guy is a friendly typeface inspired by retro advertisements, suggesting that yours is a solid brand, while the dark pink and yellow colors reinforce the royal vibe.
When you want customers to focus specifically on your brand name, you can use a logo like this one. Purple is associated with magic and is a color beloved by children, so using this color will attract a younger client base. The Ranchers typeface is great for text-based logos as it is fun and showy.
A plum and peach color palette creates a more mature design that is complemented by the vintage candies in the icon. These candies bring to mind childhood summer days swapping favorite candies with friends. The Emilys Candy typeface suits the logo but also adds a contrasting youthfulness.
The cookie in a deep-pink hue has sprinkles on top and a layer of cream in the center, suggesting that your products are extraordinary and that you go the extra mile to please your customers. The Luckiest Guy typeface, inspired by hand lettering, adds a fun, personalized touch to the design.
The smiling cookie suggests that it is happy to be eaten and, if you eat it, you will be happy too! Pink and green highlight the joy in this cheerful logo and enhance the cartoon style of the icon. The Grenze typeface, designed for use in magazines, sends the message that your brand is newsworthy.
How do I create a dessert shop logo?
Think about dessert shops you have been to and try to imagine what your customers want from a business offering sweet treats. Be sure to combine different typefaces, colors, and iconography to create a striking and unique design. You can experiment with a variety of icons and many typefaces with our free dessert logo generator until you find the one that complements your brand.
What are good ideas for a dessert logo?
- The icing of a cake or cookie could drip down beneath the image and form the lettering.
- Some of the lettering of your logo could include different shaped cookies.
- The logo could appear to be icing with colorful sprinkles on top.
Where can I find some cute dessert logos?
You can view our collection of dessert logos for ideas or try out Zarla.