Florist Logo Ideas:
The icon is a simple representation of a flower with a motion line underneath it. The icon also resembles a butterfly in flight and being pollinators, butterflies help flowers to grow. Each letter in the geometrical Poppins medium font is nearly mono-linear, which aligns well with the icon.
This beautiful logo showcases a single, turquoise flower with petals and leaves. The flower is surrounded by what could either be tiny water droplets or a decorative element of the pattern, presented in a hexagonal frame. The slender Goudy Bookletter 1911 font matches the clean lines of the icon.
In this icon, there are intersecting petals in varying hues of pink with the darkest tone in the center. The pretty, floating yellow balls on top of the flower resemble pollen. Lusitana Bold is a typeface used for small text sizes and is inspired by the 1572 Portuguese epic poem, "The Lusaids."
The solid, bold green lettering contrasts with the lighter hue and slender lines of the image, reminding us that flowers are delicate and require care. Ranchers is a typeface that is one of the hand-lettering relaxed interpretations of sans serif type, typical of the 1950s.
The timeless Marcellus SC font is based on classic Roman lettering, the slender and simple form of which matches the pared-down representation of a flower. Adding to the balance between icon and font is the green color common to both.
This font has graceful flourishes and complements the icon of a pink, blossoming flower with a prominent yellow stamen. The Sacramento typeface is a mono-linear script, inspired by hand-lettering artist brochure work of the 1950s and 1960s. It can be used for formal and casual lettering.
This innovative and elegant font contains unusual idiosyncrasies in some of the letters which create an interesting contrast with the more structured flower icon. The font, Elsie Swash Caps Regular, is inspired by feminine energy, which is traditionally associated with flowers.
The white letters on a dark background make the font pop, and because it is brighter than the icon, the company name stands out more prominently than all the other elements. The lime green and darker hues of olive green, representative of nature, are homely and inviting.
An attractive floral arrangement or bouquet forms the icon in this logo. The variety of leaves surrounding the flower is typical of florist presentations. The unfussy lines of the Cormorant Garamond Bold font form a pleasing contrast with the free-hand elements of the floral arrangement.
In this logo, the icon and the font are given equal prominence, making it well balanced. The dark background makes it appear as though the flower has just blossomed from the darkness into light. The Sacramento typeface is a mono-linear script inspired by hand-lettering artist brochure work.
Where can I find a florist logo vector?
You can design your florist logo and download it in vector format on Zarla for free. Vector graphics are great for printing because they can be enlarged without losing resolution
How do you make a creative logo for a florist shop?
Think about your customers and what they would like to find in a florist shop. A good place to start is by looking at many different types of logos and establishing which of those appeal to you most. You can try out our florist logo generator to see if we have the logo you have been looking for.
How do you go about finding a florist logo?
Think about flowers and what they represent to you and to others. Flowers symbolize love, courtship, good health, and purity of mind and heart — symbols that could play a role in your business name and logo. Make a list of names and find an image to match.
Where can I download free florist logos?
You can create, edit, and download free florist logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.