Who doesn’t like vehicle wraps?
That’s a rhetorical question because we know there are probably one or two folks out there that do not….but at Sequoia Signs & Graphics, we LOVE vehicle wraps. We think they are one of the most cost effective and brand enhancing forms of a dvertisement. We also love the challenge when a new client comes in looking for that ‘wow’ factor.
Recently, we had the opportunity to work with Orchard Nursery & Florist on their delivery van. Orchard Nursey is a mainstay in Lafayette, CA. They have been around for a long time and have earned a great reputation over the years. If you every need garden products, be sure to stop in their Mt. Diablo Road location.
The good folks at Orchard came to us with a white van and asked us to bring them some ideas. They wanted to make sure the van stood out so that customers would recognize it even without seeing their name on the side. Of course, they also wanted to include flowers in the design. We went back and forth several times with several different designs until we came up with the final product you can see here and driving around Lafayette.
The flowers were picked out specifically by Orchard – in fact, for some, we used a custom photo that they arranged to have taken just for this project. And the color….- as we’ve said, it took several iterations. Again, the goal was to make it stand out. At one point we tried green, but our designer pointed out that there are quite a few green-branded vehicles on the roads these days. Orchard agreed and chose this light blue to stand out- or as our tagline says, they will Stand Tall and Get Noticed!
As with any type of sign, vehicle graphics come in all shapes and sizes. From simple cut lettering to a full vehicle wrap- Sequoia Signs and Graphics is your one stop shop for improving your visibility on the road.
Are you thinking of wrapping a vehicle? Maybe a partial wrap? Give us a call! 925.300.1066. We would love to help! At Sequoia Signs & Graphics, we want our clients AND their vehicles to: Stand Tall and Get Noticed!