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11 Best Boutique Business Card Designs

Porthole Portfolio Business Card For Boutique

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Once you have chosen a name and have a logo for your boutique it’s time to get some business cards. Below we have included some of our favorite business cards for inspiration.  Some are free templates and other are custom business cards.

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1. Oh What A Joy

oh what a joy business card for retail company

This hip business card was designed by Josh Warren and features a beautiful script. This is a custom design.

2. Cosey And The Gang

cosey and the gang boutique business card

This design by Amy Hood is the most popular boutique business card featured on Dribbble. Designers love the line work and floral border pattern featured on the bags and tags. The cards feature reverse text on a black square. This design is also custom.

3. Elsa Lanford

Elsa Langford Business Card

This design is a template from Zazzle. The design and a pack of 100 can be purchased for $23.40. This design features an elegant script paired with a uppercase sans serif font.

4. Melissa Williams

Interior Design Card

This card is for an interior designer but would easily work for a small clothing store. It is also available on Zazzle.

5. Savin Paris

savin paris business card

This fashion apparel store has a very cheque business card. From Paris, France the clean design is very upscale. This design was created by Sebastian Bednarek. You can see the entire branding they did here.

6. All Inclusive Design

moo business card

This design was created by Stephen Turner and focuses on bold pastels to highlight the brand. This warm design has flexibility and could easily work for your shop. This card is offered by our friends at Moo. You can view all their boutique business cards here.

7. Porthole Portfolio

Porthole Portfolio Business Card For Boutique

This is another Moo business card that we are really big fans of. Though it’s meant for a portfolio it would easily work for your small stores brand. It features bold imagery on the back of the card. Moo is a great printer as they offer very high-quality paper stock and printing services. You can add your own logo and image to the card on moo.com.

8. Boutique NYC

nyc boutique card design

I love this design because of the unique size. It’s thin and has a slight texture to it. Slim and easy to keep in your pocket. This is available on Zazzle.

9, Penn Shop

penn fine wood biz card

These cards were custom designed by Kyle Miller for a custom wood craft shop but would work well for a small clothing vendor. The card is unique with letterpress and screen printed imagery.

10. Polaroid

polaroid card

This is another great card and quickly stands out because of its square shape. One side features imagery with text with the back having all the needed information (address, name, email, phone number, website). You can customize this template for free.

11. Wedding Photography Boutique Cards

biz card

 

Professional wedding photographers don’t need to do much to pitch their business to potential customers. A simple and professionally designed business card can do some of the work for you. This business card design was provided by GotPrint showcasing a simple, yet elegant card that will offer a great first impression.

Next Steps

Once you have designed your business card it’s time to find a printer. Let us know in the comments if you started a boutique and have a business card you want us to add to the list.


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  1. Cool designs..!! A well-designed business card lends authenticity to your business and can really make you stand out from the herd of competitors. Thanks for sharing these wonderful blog, bookmarked for my next business cards projects!

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