I agree with you on the font. I currently have it set to:
font-family: Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif;
I guess I could use the “font” tag and change it up a bit in particular areas. The font I would really like to use is Bryant Pro. It goes nicely with Baruta Black, which is what the font is for the “Feel Good Candy” logo. But most people do not have Bryant Pro. You have to buy it and, rightly so, because it is a nice font.
My “Minter Tweed” logo is simply just done with the font Dalliance. I originally got the concept from Marion Peck’s website. The nice thing about using Dalliance on Marion Peck’s website is that no letter is repeated in her name and also the “P” in her last name looks absolutely amazing (which is just the default capital “P” in Daliance). I hate that the letter “E” is repeated three times in “Minter Tweed.” It makes it very obvious that it is simply just a font, rather than an actual logo.
If you have any suggestions on how I could get Bryant Pro to be recognized on all browsers and computers, please feel free to fill me in. Also, any suggestions on how to change the “Minter Tweed” logo to make it look a little more individualized would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your comment. It was very helpful.