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Legal Firm that has recently designed a new logo and brand for their firm. This card will go to all their clients as a "happy new year" card.
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We are announcing our law firms new name via a new year holiday card. It will be mailed to all clients and vendors. The card should be clean and modern like the new logo. The current concept is to have some sort of fireworks over a bridge. With short verbiage written on the front. The words used is not critical at this point (for now, please use the words "New Year, New Name" for the card front design). I will be focused mostly on the design and font choice. The card can be either a folded card format or flat postcard format but should be able to fit within a A2 envelope (3.5 x 5 inch card) or A6 envelope (4.5 x 6.25 card). It is very important we use a bridge from Portland, Oregon USA. The back or inside of the card should state “Wishing you a happy new year. Fitzwater Law is excited to celebrate our new name and logo to match.” I have attached our logo and a general idea for the type of bridge we were thinking about. No need to use this exact image.
note the image of the bridge is just for the sketch of the bridge itself, not the background, verbiage, font, etc. You also don't have to use the fremont bridge it can be any bridge in Portland, Oregon USA.
I attached two examples of holidays cards I have used in the past to give an idea of what I am looking for (general concept not design style).