The color pink adorns weddings, stands behind women’s movements and dominates entire wardrobes. While it’s great for putting a feminine touch on logo designs, pink is more powerful than that and can carry many different brand meanings. To show you what we’re talking about, we’ve rounded up 33 inspirational pink logo ideas. If you’re thinking about a pink logo for your business this is the perfect starting point.

Light pink logos with a delicate sensibility

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Mum.info icon by Jasna Kojdic
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Linda’s Bakery icon by mark992
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Carey Elizabeth Madden icon by Dara T.

While pink is commonly made to look as bright and eye-catching as possible, let’s not overlook its soft and gentle side. By using lightly saturated tones of pink, a business can communicate new meanings beyond bright and feminine. For example, a photographer can communicate that they focus on sensitive romance, a blogger can show that they write about mellow lifestyles and a fragrance company can communicate that their products are gentle.

Illustrated-women and feminine appeal

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Woman Around Town icon by Marlena.
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Pretty Gritty icon by piggy ‘n’ baby

Pink has always had strong associations with women and inherently communicates a sense femininity. For entrepreneurs who want to take feminine sensibility even further, illustrations of women can be incorporated into pink logos to let customers know that when they engage the business, they are entering into a woman’s world. This approach works great for nail stylists, clothing stores and fashion blogs for women.

Bright pink logos with healthy values

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Nourishing Nelli icon by FriendlyLabel
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Zoomix icon by Hes4Ka
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Anne Brousseau Health & Fitness icon by DachshunDesign

Designs which aim to portray healthy values are almost always bright, and with good reason. Fruits, vegetables and smiling faces all glow with vitality! While bright green is a common health logo choice, there’s no reason not to use bright pink to show that your brand can bring consumers a healthy flush. This design approach works great for smoothie companies, fitness instructors and skin care advising. In addition, pink’s feminine associations can also hint that the your brand focuses specifically on women’s health.

Pink treats and sweetness

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Sweet-E Inventions icon by Naomi Theresia
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Young’s Creative Cakes icon by Leukothea
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ZSA ZSA ZOET icon by Jasna Kojdic
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candy icon by nosKILL1343
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Ale & Wang icon by nnorth

Pink is a fun, vibrant color. This makes it great for portraying cupcakes, popsicles and candy. If you work in the sweets industry, you shouldn’t have to think twice about using bright pink for your logo. The examples above use pink to illustrate various sweets and treats. Customers with a sweet-tooth won’t be able to resist their favorite snacks in bright pink!

Custom typography and elegant fashion

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Bessi icon by by Lydia ✄ design
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Wardrobe 22 icon by themassonest
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婚礼画册 – The Wedding Album icon by nosKILL1343

We’ve seen that pink is ideal for conveying elegant and feminine values, but pairing it with custom typography can lead to truly stylish results, especially for wedding and fashion brands. Whether its swooping cursive or angular typography, the color pink allows these logos to fit right in with other respected brands.

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