creative bees, I need your help with a business name.

posted 1 week ago in Career
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Depending on where you live: Beansprouts, Once Upon a Child, Kid and Kaboodle,Play it Again Kids

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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

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@julies1949:  I mean,aren’t those actual names of stores with baby clothing? Not original at all.

I like Blake’s closet, could be Blake and brittnamrogos closet couture, baby cheeks consignment boutique, all the baby feels clothing boutique, love it again consignment boutique.

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2020 - Las Vegas, NV

Sweet Cheeks Boutique 

Bare Baby Boutique 

Baby Bear Boutique

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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@lifeisbeeutiful:  That’s obviously why I said “It depends on where you live”. The names may be used in one country, but not protected in another,

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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2019

What about Blakey Bear Boutique?

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

My brain’s not being helpful: 

‘Oh! Baby Swap! Are you crazy, that sounds like an auction house for babies. Needs a third word to explain. Baby Swap Swamp? Why on earth would that be better!?…….. Swapping Stitches! That’s disgusting, time to go.’

 Sorry🙃

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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2020
  • Tiny Encore
  • Little Botique
  • Finders Keepers
  • Second Hand Squirt
  • Once Upon a Tyke
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

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@julies1949:  Why the heck would you advocate for copying another business’s name?! What is wrong with you?

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Newbee

I work in marketing.
For startups, I recommend keeping things simple and unique.  

Keep your kiddo’s name in it, but try to steer away from business names that are already taken (e.g. “once upon a child”).  Additionally, I’d recommend leaving out the word “couture” in a second-hand/consignment shop, unless it’s legit couture baby items.  :

I personally like the name “Blake, baby.” Yes, the comma was intentional, because it shows that there’s a backstory to your brand, and that backstory is your kid – your inspiration! Humanizing you’re brand means EVERYTHING, especially in these crazy times.  

Plus, I think “Blake, baby” would look cool on signage, collateral, web, and even digital marketing ads. 

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