This is the first in a new series called Dear Karen… where I invite you to ask me any wedding-related question that may be on your mind. Let’s get right in there and answer Vic’s question above:
Hi Vic. Well let’s see, ‘victim’ is genius — if it wasn’t so wrong! Depending on your personalities and/or theme of the wedding, what about doing something something like ‘v+t ‘ ie. using lowercase type and the ‘plus sign’ in a simple, modern font?
Or you could use a beautiful ampersand (&) and make a stylish V&T (see the Victoria & Albert Museum logo below as an example of how you can be clever with an ampersand.)
Or have a look at this example of a logo. See how it’s simplicity is it’s beauty and you can encase it in a shape that you like, or that’s personal to you, that can then follow through in your stationery. I did that with the white crest shape on my save the dates (below) and then followed it through on the menus.
Below is a very quick moodboard for your initials connected to the ideas above that may spark off a few ideas.
For more wedding logo inspiration check out the Smashing The Glass Wedding Monogram Board over on Pinterest and see if that generates any great ideas.
Hope that helps!