Help me pick an authorversary logo…

My five-year authorversary is coming up, and I have a big celebration planned on my blog. I need a logo that says, “festive and fun.” You should know I have created these myself, and my graphics skills are limited! Please help me choose a logo by telling me which one of these you prefer and why:

Option 1 -Confetti on white background

confetti practice copy

 

Option 2, lavender confetti:

 

lavender confetti copy

 

Option 3: Pink star:

pink with star practice copy

What do you think???

 

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42 Responses to Help me pick an authorversary logo…

  1. Stephanie F. says:

    Option 3: Pink star

    I like the others as far as the ribbons and confetti because it seems more celebration based but the words are a little difficult to read. They kind of blend with the ribbons.
    Great job though on them and yay for the authorversary. 🙂

  2. Erika Foxx says:

    Option #3 gets my vote, Cara, and congratulations on your anniversary!

  3. Donna says:

    There’s something about lavender – like #2

  4. Dawn says:

    Option 3 – it is easiest to read and fitting for celebration!
    Smiles!

  5. Renee M says:

    Congratulations on your authorversary. The pink star definitely pops and stands out. Have fun.

  6. S.J. Maylee says:

    You can’t go wrong with any of them. I do think I like the pink best, very pretty. 🙂

  7. Lisa Wells says:

    I like number three for the ease of reading it – but I like number one for the fun look.

  8. Karla Doyle says:

    The third one (pink). It’s easiest to read and I think it matches your site the best. Happy almost authorversary!

  9. Congratulations on the Authorversary! I go with choice #3. I loved #1 but it was too hard to read and #2 seemed subdued – you want to partay, as they say! Best wishes.

  10. I think the 3rd one is the most clear. Congrats on the Authorversary!!

  11. Adaline Raine says:

    I like number 3! It’s very pretty. 🙂

  12. Thianna D says:

    I like the third one – and I see it has most of the votes as well 🙂

  13. Donnatella says:

    #3 jumps out, I like it the best, congratulations Cara! I look forward to reading your books for many more years.

  14. Cara Bristol says:

    Thank you Karla, Veronica, Natasha, Adaline, Mace, and Thianna. Pink seems to be winning. I do like the confetti, but readability is important.

  15. Jo Jones says:

    Pink Star – the others are just too busy for the eyes to focus at first.

  16. Casey McKay says:

    I think #1 is the most fun and festive. I think I am already out voted though. You did a great job on all three! Congrats on the upcoming author-versary!

    • Cara Bristol says:

      Thanks, Casey. I do like the festiveness of no. 1, but it is harder to read and because it’s white on white, I think it blends into the background. I had feeling no. 3 was going to be the popular choice.

  17. Raynell says:

    Congratulations, #1 is my selected choice. =)

  18. Young Lady says:

    3 because the others were super hard to read, and number 3 gives off a “I’m fun and flirty” vibe – lol

  19. ok, I’m the oddball in the group of replies. 🙂
    I really like the purple.
    It’s fun, and light, but not too young and whimsical.
    Congratulations!

  20. Renee Rose says:

    I like the first one! Congrats on your authorversary!!

  21. Sue Lyndon says:

    I like number 3 the best because it’s easier to read. Number 2 is a close second though. Happy Authorversary! 🙂

  22. Leigh Smith says:

    I like #1 but #3 is easier to read. They all look fun and festive.

    CONGRATULATIONS

  23. I like the curly ribbons on #1. Congrats on five solid years. Here’s to many more!

  24. Elaine G says:

    option #3

  25. Aubrey says:

    Congrats and Happy Anniversary!! I’m going with majority on this one. I like the pink, but number two is an ironic close second. 🙂

  26. Angela Drake says:

    #3 -Pink… but… where’s the paddle? 😀

    • Cara Bristol says:

      I actually have a photo of a paddle on pink satin. I never thought to use it! Maybe because I’ve used it so many time on my blog already.

  27. Cara Bristol says:

    Thank you, everybody for all your comments here and on Facebook. It looks like the pink star logo is the clear (though not quite unanimous) winner.

  28. Linda Mooney says:

    I like the pink one. 🙂

  29. Audrey Carballo says:

    Option 3
    Very nice, simple design. The others are too busy.

  30. Kira Shayde says:

    Number 3. I like how the pink matches well with your website and the ease of reading the text.

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