Doodle Dog Creative is a creative agency headquartered in Dallas and Austin, Texas, specializing in branding solutions, website design and development and search engine optimization. We create smile worthy concepts that capture personality and inspire brands.
Creating a visually stunning bakery logo design, complete with feminine elements and gold foil embellishments started while drawing inspiration from the true artistry behind every bit that Sweet Passion Creates. The owners of Sweet Passion Cakery, Gail & Lauren, create custom elements – like their signature classic tiered cakes with handmade edible florals.
Owners Gail & Lauren work with each customer from design to delivery, making sure that customers are taken care of throughout the process! Sweet Passion even limits the number of events that they take per weekend to ensure that clients receive the best in personalized service. From the beginning Gail and Lauren become part of the family, creating centerpieces for your most important celebrations.
Sweet Passion Cakery is a boutique cake shop that specializes in custom cakes; each order is uniquely made for your special events! Not only are Sweet Passion’s cakes beautiful, but they are also moist and delicious! Whether you’re looking for a cake for a baby shower or a multi-tiered wedding cake, sweet Passion Cakery will create an edible masterpiece.
Take a look at the individual elements and typography that come together to create a cohesive visual brand design.
The thin lines, and beautiful organic feel set the tone for this feminine brand design.
Printing elements and specific accents in gold foil make a brand feel even more luxurious and professional.
Looking to create a new brand identity for your company? We would love to work with you on your new brand design! Start the conversation by filling out a creative brief or by contacting us today!
We have always loved being a choice bakery website designer, and this brand only adds to that love. We’ve been lucky enough to work with the owners of The White Sparrow Barn since its inception, years ago, on the Barn’s branding and site design. Then, they came to us with ready to launch their second brand and site for The White Sparrow Properties that we executed. Most recently, when the family of entrepreneurs came to us with their latest endeavor, we were excited to help them bring it to life, White Sparrow Bakery!
“Our cakes are simple and elegant. We do not offer fancy art on our cakes, but let the flavors speak for themselves. Our cakes are light and airy with delicate icing.” – Nadia, Owner of The White Sparrow
The original White Sparrow Barn, has truly become a point of inspiration and a movement in the event industry, so they wanted to be sure to build upon the brand in a unique way: creating and sharing their signature cakes! We are happy to introduce The White Sparrow Bakery.
A note from Nadia Huerta, owner and creative genius behind The White Sparrow Barn, The White Sparrow Properties & The White Sparrow Bakery:
Growing up in the heart of Mississippi, we know a little something about not just good food, but amazing food. Since I was 7 years old, I’ve had a family friend baking every single one of my birthday cakes. Even at that young of an age, I knew that her cakes were special. Now that we are creating these cakes, we don’t need over the top fondant flowers, rhinestones, or anything else because we let the flavor speak for itself. This cake has been kept within our family for long enough; it is time to share it with you!
When two brands merge, one of the most difficult things to do (from a branding perspective) is to bring together the two identities, retaining what’s become recognizable and editing out what is not – to something that can stand alone and equally represent the two brands. Over the years we’ve loved working with Austin bakery, The Cake Plate, so when they told us about their news of a merger, we were so excited for what that meant to their ever-growing business. We were also super excited to hear about the other half of the merger, Tootie Pie, who we would have the privilege of working with as well. Tootie Pie had a strong patriotic color palette and Texan pride written all over it – while The Cake Plate had a bold brightly colored logo design – that was recognizable from a distance – but wasn’t at all aligned with the other. So we pulled from both – retained certain elements and created the individual brand marks for both (since both would still need the ability to stand alone), as well as a “joint” brand for the two when used together. Take a look at the beginning steps towards creating a unified look for these two successful Bakery Brands.
Tootie Pie wanted a logo for their pie and cake service, so we did just that for them! Whether they are sending a cake or a pie for an order, they will be able to use the box for that specific preference. This elevates their service to the next level, visually, while still keeping it simple.
With such bold choices of font and thick lines, they will be able to place their logo on any background! Whether it be a picture of their chocolate cake or a coconut pie, the logos that we have created will always stand out.
Want to learn more about creating a recognizable brand for your bakery? We would love to show you what we can do, and talk to you about your next project.
I can’t tell you how excited the team and I were to get to work on the rebrand of Polkadots Bakery, in Austin, Texas. After meeting the owner, Olga, years prior and hearing rave reviews about her from that time on, Polkadots has always been on the top of our dream clients list. During our first meeting, she mentioned, that the specialty and wedding cakes part of the business had really blown up, in comparison to the cupcake portion. So first things first, the name had to change from Polkadots Cupcake Factory – to Polkadots Bakery. In changing the name, we also concentrated on designing a new logo that still had the same fun, happy, approachable feeling to it, but didn’t focus on the graphic icon of the cupcake. So we started from scratch, designing a custom logo, new color fresh color palette (of pinks and oranges), new font selections, and evolved into a new custom WordPress bakery website design, collateral material and more. We love how fun and fresh it all feels together.
How it all began:
In early part of summer 2008, we opened our doors at Polkadots Cupcake Factory — a dream project of husband-and-wife team Olga and Ben. Olga graduated from University of Texas with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Cockrell School of Engineering in 2002, then continued her education at the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, CA. Olga moved back to Austin and took on a day job working with a major consulting firm. While working for the firm during the day, at nights, she experimented with different recipes and developed delicious pastries which eventually became Polkadots cupcakes. After few years of being a corporate excel monkey by day, baker by night, she decided to ditch her button down suits and high heels to put on her aprons full time to create fun, whimsical cookies, cupcakes, and cakes.
Take a look at other bakery website designs and branding projects we’ve worked on in the past, or stop by and take a look at their new site here.
Doodle Dog takes on food truck branding! Thanks to The Dough Bar, Doodle Dog recently got the opportunity to extend our brand design even further. We started by creating an updated brand identity for The Dough Bar, including a new color scheme, scripted gold foil logo, and print elements. This new brand identity brings out The Dough Bar’s sweet and elegant personality, and will give potential clients a taste of the quality The Dough Bar strives to put in all their treats. But we took this new brand identity to the next level by expanding The Dough Bar’s look to include a food truck design. We can’t wait to see the final product in action, and we’ll be keeping an eye out for tasty (and pretty!) deliveries out of The Dough Bar’s signature vehicle.