Personalized Gift Logo Ideas:
The Goudy Bookletter 1991 old style font hints at lovingly made products and traditional values, making this the perfect option for a family-run business or one that sells artisanal goodies that can be personalized in-store. The purple color adds feelings of calmness and elegance.
The icon vaguely resembles hands in prayer, slightly opened and ready to receive blessings, while the blue color evokes feelings of peace and harmony. The Vesper Libre typeface provides a sense of professionalism. Great for a personalized gift shop that sells spiritual treasures.
The varying shades of brown add hints of nature that pair well with the lotus icon. The Josefin Sans typeface complements this beautifully with its elegant, no-frills style. A fitting choice for an organic bath and body brand that creates personalized beauty products and designer soaps.
The combination of the geometric flower icon and the Quantico Bold font makes for a sleek, sophisticated logo. The deep violet background and angular lines of the lettering hint at a modern gifting service. Suitable for a business that sells personalized tech and related gifts.
The ultra-modern Kodchasan Bold font has youthful undertones, making it perfect for a young target market. The delicate branch of blossoms adds another fresh element, creating a design that's trendy but timeless. Perfect in any color, but we recommend purple due to its connotations with luxury.
A simple but solid choice for a business that makes personalized banners, balloons, and other party essentials. The crisp lines of the Rubik Medium font hint at quality products and hassle-free service. The navy blue conveys a sense of professionalism, while the sky blue adds a touch of playfulness.
The delicate stencil of a flower arrangement pairs well with the clean lines of the Pridi SemiBold font. The icon could also be turned into a gift tag that can be attached to personalized products. In this instance, the colors imbue the logo with a sense of unpretentious elegance.
Pink has traditionally been thought of as a feminine color and is balanced here by the black Vesper Libre typeface. Fashioned in the shape of an old browser button, this icon is the perfect choice for an online gift store. Opt for shades of grey if you'd like to create a vintage, masculine feel.
This perfectly balanced logo with the prominent Josefin Sans Bold font makes quite a statement. Despite the use of calming blues, the size of the icon and the gaps between the all-caps font produce a powerful logo that would be seen for miles on a signboard. Great for a shop with a big personality!
A simple but striking logo. The Ribeye font comprises lines of varying thickness which add hints of playfulness and creativity. The bright pink background could be a daring but cool choice for a brand that caters to men. Either way, a solid option for a provider of niche personalized gifts.
How do I design a personalized gift logo?
Think about the type of personalization you will offer customers. Will you make screen-printed T-shirts, personalized office supplies, or do you plan to design bath and body products made to client specifications? Draw inspiration from your own products. For more ideas, check out our collection of personalized gift logos or use Zarla to create one yourself.
Where can I create a free personalized gift logo design?
Use a logo maker such as Zarla to play around with fonts, colors, and icons until you find a design that feels authentic and effective. Zarla will allow you to create as many personalized logos as you wish, free of charge. You'll only pay a one-off fee if you choose to download a design and claim full commercial usage.
What are the elements of a memorable personalized gift logo?
Logos that combine design elements in a unique but meaningful way while resonating with their target market are sure to produce a memorable effect. For example, an eco-friendly business may want to choose muted tones, a nature-inspired icon, and a no-frills typeface such as Josefin Sans to stay on-brand.