Jess from Rosy Revolver contacted me via my website after finding me on Pinterest and we immediately knew we were a great fit for working together!
Jess is a Silversmith and a Jewelry Instructor with online courses - I studied some Silversmithing back during my college degree and so having some working knowledge of her industry which meant I understood her business easily and intuitively.
At the beginning Jess said:
I'm struggling to bring all the aspects of my business into one brand image - partly because I sell to jewelry consumers but also to other silversmiths. The one thing I know for sure about my client is that she's highly create and individual... beyond that, I struggle with how to get started, finding the time to create the brand I know in my heart that RosyRevolver could be, and creating beautiful visuals that translate into the story that my jewelry and company try to tell...
To unite all the parts of Jess's business I created circular design that feeds into each of the logo varieties. It was so much fun to design with the wild rose theme and to make each design feel like a collection of trinkets - gathered, treasured, arranged.
Jess’s jewellery work is just like that - collections of repeating elements, sometimes including precious stones, vintage glass, African clay, and always with fine and sterling silvers.
She builds these materials into beautiful, wearable pieces that are bursting with stories to tell. It’s jewellery with heart and soul and history, ready for you to wear and layer with your own story and meaning after the many years you’ll treasure it.
Of course there was custom typography in this branding too - the little spikey thorns on the letters feed into our wild rose imagery. Jess has always had a rose motif within the branding for Rosy Revolver, we just shifted it to a Dog Rose - these wild plants grow by climbing up other plants and shrubs for support. This represents Jess’s online courses and resources and in person workshops where she helps others who have no formal silversmith training to create work they can feel proud of, supporting them through the process
At the end of the process Jess said:
I'm thrilled with the care and thoughtfulness Meg put into my brand design. Absolutely cannot recommend her enough - if you want something custom, curated, meaningful, and of the highest quality - Lemon & Birch is your best bet.
If you're not quite ready to dive into the branding process with a professional, you can download a guide I put together, The Blossoming Brand Blueprint which is aimed at helping you through the steps towards building a brilliant brand.