When I first met Andrea (the SUPER talented lady behind Love, Amarie) at Creative at Heart Round 8, I knew we would be fast friends! She’s incredibly friendly, driven, and so easy going, and I had a true blast getting to know her even better through her brand design process. Love, Amarie was founded in 2005 and offers a variety of handmade products, most notably her custom bridal clutches which are breathtakingly detailed and beautiful!
Guide to Greenville encompasses so much more than a real estate service - it’s an all-inclusive resource for anyone interested in learning about the latest hot spots in the area or seeking information on smart home buying and selling. Jennifer has poured her heart and soul into this brand, and it was a true honor to work alongside her for such a special launch!
Succulent Bar is one of the most inventive concepts I’ve ever come across, and when Jessica, the owner, reached out about rebranding her business, I was completed honored! Offering everything from DIY succulent planting tables and one-of-a-kind favors to custom gifts and corporate team bonding, this unique concept embodies an easygoing, celebratory Palm Beach style.
Goodness, am I excited to share this vibrant brand with you today! When I first met Emilie of Buoyant Marketing, I knew she and her business would be something special. She lit up the Creative at Heart conference with a pure energy and zeal for life and is undoubtedly one of the most encouraging, uplifting people I’ve ever known. Ironically though, her former brand ( Emilie Steinmann Creative), did absolutely nothing from an aesthetic standpoint to exploit this “it” factor! Though beautifully composed of neutral hues and clean lines, her brand design wasn’t serving Emilie the way she hoped and, as a result, it sort of fell to the wayside among her target audience.