pastry with floral ingredients (cupcakes, cookies, cakes, jams and marmalades, desserts, jelly beans, chocolate, etc.)
the design of the logo can be attached to Monet
Impressionism (fr. Impressionnisme, from the impression - impression) - the direction in art, which originated in France and then spread throughout the world, whose members sought to develop methods and techniques that allow the most natural and vividly capture the real world in its mobility and variability
One of the founders of Impressionism, a bright multi-color style, which appeared as a result of the search for new solutions in painting, was Claude Monet.
Flower food - "Impressionism" in cooking
in the whole corporate identity - I think it would be something "mono" - black or white or light-light green background as the very content to be very bright
Giverny (Giverny) - place in the French department of Eure in Haute-Normandie region, which has become famous because of its location and the house is the garden of Claude Monet.
Near his house with its famous pink brick facade he smashed a huge beautiful garden, landed weight of both conventional and exotic flowers to France, with arches of climbing plants, flower beds of azaleas and wisteria, a pond with water lilies and bridges in the Japanese style.
In Giverny Monet painted many of his paintings, such as a series of "lily pond."
Accents positioning - originality, environmental friendliness, the unusual, the premium
The target audience :
- Predominantly women
- Sustainable and followers of vegetarian food
- Young people from middle and upper-income
as the name itself is not very telling, ideally, in the logo - a combination of the "flower" and "edible" theme