Doula Logo Ideas:
This logo uses the image of an expecting mother lovingly holding her belly to describe the services a doula agency provides. Purple was chosen because it is associated with wisdom, respect, and beauty. The Baloo Bhai 2 typeface could be described as lively and joyful and complements the design.
A soft pink icon of a mother and child conveys ideas of parenting, new life, and care. The design's gentle curves put your mind at ease and a smaller dark grey Sen typeface complements the gentle nature of the logo. The dual color scheme adds depth and makes the design truly unique.
While this logo doesn't have a symbol, the gentle, flowing nature of the Sacramento typeface does a great job of communicating femininity and care. The font is inspired by handwriting and is equal parts formal and casual, making it great for headlines and titles because of its commanding presence.
Two little baby feet with heart imprints add a joyful and cute feeling to this logo. The larger heart adds to this effect and draws the eye down to the Poppins Medium font, which has a calming and structured appearance. The design is slightly casual, yet symmetrical, and perfect for a doula to use.
A silhouette of a pregnant woman and butterflies adds a nurturing, natural feel to the logo. Four-leaf clovers are a symbol of luck, conveying the sense of joy and fulfillment that pregnancy can bring. Purple is feminine and strong, while the Cinzel typeface adds a sense of purpose to the design.
Yellow and purple are great contrasting colors that excellently highlight the caring, pregnant woman icon. Budding branches frame the imagery and add a natural undertone to the logo. The Poppins Medium font is balanced and highly readable but also matches the thicker lines of the symbolism above.
This logo uses a hand-lettered Sacramento typeface, known to be commanding, and light blue colors to convey energy, nurturing, and joy. The symbolism skillfully combines negative spaces to create the imagery of an excited mother holding her belly and waiting for her new bundle of joy to arrive.
This light green logo exudes ideas of nature, natural birth, and a loving, caring mother. The wreath-inspired leaves on either side of the figure in the center add prominence and sophistication to the design, while the Noto Serif typeface is calm and collected, pairing well with the imagery above.
This logo's playful Cookie typeface adds personality with its script-inspired design. The pregnant woman symbolism, along with flowing hair and a circular backdrop is reminiscent of a full moon, adding a natural feeling. Dark brown is a unique choice that pairs well with lighter hues.
A pink flower gently opening up is reminiscent of feminine energy and beauty, with the silhouette of a caring pregnant woman drawing in the eye and centering the design. The dark brown typeface, Bhaloo Bhai 2, does well to contrast the imagery above and adds a soft but confident tone to the design.
Where can I find some doula logo ideas?
We've put together a list of logo ideas for a doula agency or business to help you find the perfect logo for your new venture. Feel free to try out our doula logo maker to find even more ideas for a doula or midwifery business.
How do I come up with a doula logo for my business?
- Think about your target market and the supportive services you want to offer.
- Use a logo generator such as Zarla to get some ideas for a logo.
- Try out colors that convey ideas of joy, new life, care, and professionalism, such as blue, green, pink, and purple.
- Choose typefaces such as Cinzel, Sen, or Poppins that are gentle and easy to read.
- Choose a few of your favorite logo designs.
- Ask friends and family what they think about your choices.
- Use their feedback to identify the most suitable logo to work with.
Where can I find free doula logos?
You can create, edit, and download free doula logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our homepage.