For our client Bright Partner, we created a variety of holiday designs incorporating the firm’s logo with embellishments.
Holiday communications sent by your firm should reflect your brand as well as send greetings. At the close of the calendar year, people of various cultures celebrate a variety of holidays which move our focus from work to home and family. Often firms thank their clients and customers for their patronage in the previous year. Whether you celebrate Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Yule (Midwinter) or other festival time, you may wish to visually represent your celebrations in graphic terms that accompany your communications.
Use seasonal symbols
Every festival has it’s own symbols and colors: For Chanukah, you will frequently see blue, silver and white. For Christmas, red, green and gold, for Kwanzaa black, red and green. For Yule, red, green, gold, white, silver, yellow, orange.
For All Seasons Mulch holiday email to clients, we incorporated an illustration of ornaments selected for the use of al colors of the All Season’s logo.
Many businesses choose to create holiday greetings using menorahs, candelabras, garlands, shiny ornaments, trees, wreaths and stars, each a symbol of the holiday. Some send customized holiday greeting cards via the post, some may choose more contemporary digital messages, and some may send gifts. We have also used digital messages to share a review of the year and promote our clients.
For Business Success Dynamics we created a customized greeting using the company’s logo colors.
It’s simple to look online for customized holiday cards, but then your design is exactly like some other firms. I’ve worked at offices in the past where we received the same card from different firms, with only the signature being different. These days, you do so much to set your firm apart, would you agree that it is wise to do the same with your holiday greetings?