The consultation

This is the perfect opportunity for us to get to know each other. It’s completely free and I take you out for coffee or tea where I’ll ask you questions about your business. It’s also your opportunity to ask questions and bring up concerns. Here are the questions I ask everyone if you want to prepare beforehand.


Pick your services

I have three main packages that I offer to help you build your perfect branding.

  1. The Chamomile Package - A basic package that includes 3-4 logo options, colors, fonts, and a branding guideline.

  2. The Peppermint Package - The best valued package that includes the same as a Chamomile package but with the addition of a competitive analysis, a tagline, a business card designs and 3 free months of Mailchimp email marketing design

  3. The Jasmine Package - All of the above plus a Squarespace website design

If you would like to know pricing, please send me an email, and I will provide that!


Check-in document

Once you pick your services, a week later I send you a check-in document. This contains initial imagery, colors, and font styles I have brainstormed for you brand. This way we are on the same page. If you decided to go with the Peppermint or Jasmine package, this will also contain your competitive analysis. You can see an example of a check-in here.


Branding presentation

The fun part!! Two weeks after you’ve approved your check-in document we meet in person to go over the 3-4 logo concepts I have created for you. It also includes different color and font options to choose from. Everything I create has meaning and a story. This is why the process takes a few weeks. What makes me different is the amount of research I do to make sure this is the perfect brand to attract your perfect clients and customers. You can see an example of a branding presentation here.


Final branding guideline

Once we’ve finalized the branding, I will send you a full branding guideline. This is a document you can refer to at anytime for color codes, the appropriate fonts, and the correct way to use the logos. This helps you keep your brand consistent and memorable. Here is an example of a final branding guideline.