Here are some more logos for your inspiration
I really like this logo. Not only is it visually pleasing, but it works. It could looks great in color but could also be easily converted into black and white if it was needed (for cost purposes)
This shop is located in Nederland Colorado, which is a mountain town. It therefore fits to this has slightly textured outdoorsy feel and trees that would be found in this area. The logo is designed well; for it is visually pleasing and it also fits the cliental that this shop is looking for.
This logo is really very nice, and it quite the opposite of the last logo we looked at. This is a logo for Colier - sparkling wine. The logo is very simple, limited only to type. However, with their choice of type faces and layout of those type faces they create a very classy look for themselves. The star and the curve of "sparkling wine" creates a nice balance. Remember, when designing a logo it is very important to know what your company stands for, how they want to be perceived by the public. This logo shows the consumers that this is a classy sparkling wine, however, if it was designed like the last logo it would do quite the opposite.
Below I am including some more logos. Remember to consider more than just their visual appeal but also their effectiveness and whether they fit the company or not.
If you are wanting to find more inspiration you can find a lot of stuff on websites such as;
www.thedieline.com (excellent packaging examples)