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.
In proper fashion, we’re celebrating the launch of this female-driven, Houston-based marketing agency on none other than Galentine’s Day, and I’m so excited to share everything with you! The owner of bird + hyssop, Kelly, and I have become dear friends since we first met back in July and started dreaming of this rebrand. She is one of the most passionate people I know, and her heart is a true treasure. It is always an honor to walk alongside my clients as they navigate this journey, and it’s certainly something I’ll never take for granted.
I am so excited to showcase the brand design for a Houston Real Estate agent, because it was a total step outside of my comfort zone. While I’m typically drawn to soft neutrals or really bright colors for most of my client projects, I knew Ashley’s brand and presence needed to take a completely different path altogether.
I have essentially been counting down the hours until I could share the brand reveal for New Leaf, a Houston-Based Marketing and Social Media Agency, and the day has finally arrived! Lindsey is one of the most down-to-earth go-getters I’ve ever met, and working with her on this revamp was a total dream!
Between her corporate background as a Social Media Manager for Whole Foods (um, yeah, she’s awesome) and her childhood spent on a farm, Lindsey knew from the start she was destined to work with the agricultural food + tourism industry. Every time she talks about her memories, her passion and spark for these clients is evident, and it was such an honor to transform some of that “zest” into a design!
After losing her son, Oliver, to preterm labor in 2016, Caitlin felt the Lord calling her to help others in her same position. She started what is now Grace & Ollie to provide beautifully and prayerfully curated gifts for the grieving mother and to remind her that she is seen and known. When designing her brand, I wanted it to be just as intentional, prayerful, and lovely as her heart for this business.