I'm torn between the big gothic M approach and the simple "avante garde" simple clean font approach, and want to explore both. I like the bokeh logo's simplicity, but I think it needs some other design element to make it "ownable." A "logobug" perhaps, but not sure. Ideas welcomed!
On the shield approach, that was suggested to me by an art director friend who says he wants something that makes him feel all warm and fuzzy, and grand. Just background on that one. More ideas there too, even if they're just slicking up the basic start.
I'm drawn to this berry color, but logo of course must work in b/w too. It will also be animated, eventually.
The target audience is brides, and mothers of brides, and event planners, all seeking high end everything. Feminine, but strong and cool. There seems to be a lot of extra frilly swirly lines in the wedding industry; I want to appeal to feminine audience without the frilly. Also, Momentus Films shoots, edits and presents many events, not just weddings.
As far as the moment_circle logo idea...truly just a germ of the idea, but there may be something worth exploring about emphasizing "us" moments through design. Open to seeing that explored too if you see something inspired there.
Two possible taglines:
Momentus Films. Remember it big.
Momentus Films. This is your moment.
Area is Florida panhandle, but avoid beachy, because it's overdone in this area.
We're asking people to spend $4-5K on their wedding film, so the logo must inspire that kind of confidence. Cool or bold, but confident.
I've also added many of the top event filmmakers' logos so you can imagine how the Momentus logo might stack up.
Also, really want to emphasize/brand "momentus" "films" should be subtle descriptor.
If we were a famous person, we might be Bette Midler, Tina Fey, Audrey Hepburn. Fun, high performance style, but classy.
Thanks for your brilliant designs! I love the idea of 99 designs, and eagerly await your entries.