Designs for Baby Related Products and Service Industries.
Lollipop Creative Studio has been working with numerous small business and entrepreneurs to create their baby or child related logo designs.
One thing that we always keep in mind, even though they are targeted for babies (clothes, toys, books), their purchasers are normally the parents, the carers and grown ups that are associated with the babies. In other word – their target audience are actually the mums, dads, grandparents, uncles or aunties.
For Organic baby products, such as Bobbybelle and the Exposure organic skincare, the best colours to use would be some soft earthy tones and pastels. Pastels are calming, soft, tender, and earthy colours naturally represent organic aspects of the products.
Need logo for baby toy or online shop? Use fun characters, bright and happy colours. We used some fun illustrations on some of the logos to bring out the happy and fun messages such as Mucky Bubba & Cheeky Junior logo below.
You will notice that even though they are logos for baby or child related products or service, we don’t literally include images of babies in the logo.
At Lollipop Creative Studio, we approach the logo design for baby and children’s industry with the in-depth research to ensure we have a strong understanding of who you and your target market are. We will then create the design that is on-brand, clear, concise and engaging.
More of our logo creation here.
Exposure Skincare Logo & Packaging
I am a brand consultant and chief Designer at Lollipop Creative Studio. We are Bayside Melbourne based branding, graphic and web designer, creating logo, branding and website designs for small businesses and female professionals that tell story about their passions and values based on a well-thought strategy and best practices.
We work with fierce dreamers, visionary leaders and conscious entrepreneurs who make positive impacts in the world. People who want to make a difference and believe in what they do. Over the years and having worked with many businesses, we found this can take shape in many professions – coaches, family psychologists, healers, childcare owners, bloggers, consultants, or even innovators and small businesses in kids/baby industry.