Having the aprons your employees wear custom-embroidered is a great way to create a uniform look among your staff members and to streamline the theme of your new restaurant. However, when you’re in the midst of the design process, there are several things you should keep in mind to ensure your newly embroidered aprons turn out how you envisioned.
1. Keep it Simple
When it comes to embroidery, a little goes a long way. Resist the urge to embroider every inch of your restaurant’s aprons and instead stick to adorning them with one or two simple features.
2. Match Your Restaurant’s Theme
Embroidering your aprons gives you the opportunity to further incorporate your restaurant’s theme into your employee uniforms. To ensure you are able to accomplish this, think about what type of theme you are trying to create for your restaurant. For instance, if you are trying to generate a fun and youthful vibe, you may want to incorporate bright colors and humorous lines of text.
3. Make Sure the Text Isn’t Too Small
If the embroidery you choose is too small, no one will be able to see it. Make sure that the design you select is proportionate to the overall size of your aprons.
4. Opt for Darker Colors
To ensure your design pops, make sure that the color you choose contrasts with your aprons. For example, if you want to use white aprons in your restaurant, stay away from colors like light blue and yellow and go with colors like maroon or navy.
5. Work With a Trusted Supplier
When it comes to designing embroidery, it is crucial that you work with a supplier who will ensure your design turns out like you want it to and is dedicated to the quality of your final product. At KNG, we guarantee that we will make sure that your design matches your specific requests and will provide you with aprons that are made out of soft, but highly durable, spun poly.