When Fairey Tale Events, a new wedding candelabra and decoration supplier in the South, were looking to launch their website, they needed a logo to promote the business with.
The wedding sector is incredibly competitive but also exceptionally profitable for many small businesses. Helen of Fairey Tale Events spotted a niche for quality and beautiful wedding candelabra, both table and floorstanding, to decorate wedding venues and churches.
Working with her husband, head of a 50 year old family wrought ironwork manufacturer, Helen has created a range of candelabra to hire, ideal to help make that perfect day more perfect!
I created a logo for the candelabra company, which is a play on the family surname “Fairey”, and featuring a Fairy Godmother style figure, waving her magic above the company name.
She’s a perfect mascot for the brand, friendly and motherly, an excellent helping hand to the decoration of a wedding!
Colour and Black version of the Fairey Tale Logo.
Kieran Harrod is a Creative, Professional & Reliable Graphic Designer skilled in branding, print and web design, with bags of integrity.
Based in Derby, UK, Kieran set up his own business in May 2011 after practicing design since 1997 including 7 years as an in house designer and marketing manager for the UK arm of a multinational. Get in touch to get something designed for your business.
We were a new business start-up looking to create a fun but professional image for our company. After talking with a number of graphic designers we chose Kieran, who appeared to be the best fit for us. We have since been delighted by all the work he has done for us and are looking forward to working closely with him as our business grows.
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