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Create a Christmas logo that’s as cheerful as your seasonal business. There are many different events and businesses that thrive during the holidays, like Christmas markets, parades, decorations shops, and tree farms. All of these logos have something in common: elements that perfectly represent the Christmas spirit.
The festive season is unlike any other time of the year, and so are the logos from Christmas businesses. Browse our collection below for inspiration, and read some recommendations to choose colors, layouts, fonts, and symbols that are holly-jolly. When you’re ready to get started, try our free logo maker. It’s free to try and a joy to use.
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Red and green are traditionally associated with Christmas, so it’s no surprise that lots of Christmas logos use one or both of these colors. Gradients and foil effect are also often used to make the logo extra festive. But you don’t have to go the classic route. Shades of blue perfectly represent the seasonally cold weather, so they’re also a great option for your Christmas logo.
When deciding the layout, keep in mind all the places where your logo will be used: websites, shipping boxes, pamphlets, and more. Choose an option that’s scalable, so it remains legible at different sizes. For a classic Christmas-y look, choose containers that resemble banners or round badges.
Christmas logos often use serif fonts for a look that is more traditional and even nostalgic. Formal script fonts are used for brands that are more elegant, while casual script is perfect for brands that are less formal,l and fun. Some businesses even use sans serif fonts for visuals that are more modern-looking.
Most Christmas logos incorporate one or more elements that represent the festive season. Garlands, Santa Claus, reindeer, pine needles, nutcrackers and so many more. Stars are also commonly used, either as the main symbol or as a highlight to give that extra sparkle. With the right colors, fonts, and symbols, you will surely get your customers saying fa-la-la-la-la.