La Rose Diaries X Tanisha Gupta

If you’ve been with me on my blogging journey since the beginning you would know that a couple of years ago I launched my blog under the name of La Rose Quotidien! Back then I just created a simple logo for myself.  A couple of months ago I decided to re-launch the blog and decided to change the name to La Rose Diaries. With this begins the search for the perfect graphic designer, there are a very few things I’m super OCD about. One of them is design, products or garments, they must come out exactly as I’ve imagined them otherwise I get very worried.  I found Tanisha on facebook and then saw her work on Behance!

After a conversation with her, I felt she would understand my aesthetic and vibe without me losing my mind over it! Especially since she was in Mumbai and I was in Bangkok and texting or speaking over the phone would be our only form of communication.

My brief to Tanisha consisted my colour palette for the blog, baby pink, white, grey and rose gold and I told her I wanted something Minimal yet feminine.  She understood my aesthetic so well and created a logo that met all my requirements, including a small graphic illustration in the logo. What I really liked about working with Tanisha was that she kept sending my options at each step of the process, for example, 4 images of the logo in different shades of pink or different script fonts. It felt like a process of trial and error and by the end we had the perfect design!

I would highly recommend Tanisha Gupta for any graphic designing concerns to see more of her work please click here.

Tanisha’s contact details: Email: Instagram: tanishagupta9

Fast forward to a few months later, I was planning our wedding and had decided to take the responsibility of the wedding stationery in my hands. (because of my design OCD ofc.)  My family wanted our wedding invites & stationary to be more subtle and classy where I wanted them to be pink with floral designs. So we compromised!

They choose the wedding invite and I worked on the wedding stationery, which is why I choose not to work with the company that did our invites and instead was looking for a someone else. Initially, I met with a local graphic designer in Bangkok whose work I had previously seen and liked it. I explained my ideas and vision to them but the initial options they put forward, was not my cup of tea. So I decided to contact Tanisha again and asked her if she would be interested in doing my wedding stationary!

Working with her has become so easy for me because she understands my bullet point briefs and knows what I like and don’t like! We decided to use the elephant concept logo in the wedding invite but change it up a little bit and incorporate it with our aesthetic.


P.S Spy the element of roses everywhere!

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