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29 Best Midjourney Prompts for Coffee Shop Logos

A logo serves as the face of your business. And what better way to brainstorm ideas is there than to use Midjourney? I spent a few hours in Midjourney messing around with prompts that can help craft you the perfect coffee shop logo!
Updated April 1, 2024
A dslr photograph of a cup of cappuccino on a wooden table with succulent plants, made with Midjourney
A dslr photograph of a cup of cappuccino on a wooden table with succulent plants, made with Midjourney

Midjourney remains popular to this day for its quality output and highly accurate depictions of detailed prompts, making it a solid pick among users who want to magically transform their imagination into artistic visuals without any prior design experience. This tool can also be your virtual graphic designer for the creation of a business logo, especially your coffee shop.

In this article, you’ll find 29 of the best Midjourney prompts for logo designs, which I’ve categorized into different types of brand logos to best suit your needs and preferences. I hope these prompts give you ideas and inspiration to create the logo that should establish the presence of your coffee shop!

Using Different Types of Logos

Ready to find the best prompts and logos for your coffee shop? Check out these types of amazing coffee shop logos I’ve created using Midjourney prompts!

Lettermark or Monogram Logos

This is the best choice for a logo if your business has a long brand name like CIFAR’s or NASA’s. This type of logo only displays the first letter or the initials of your business.

Just a heads up:

Albeit being a great image generator tool, Midjourney is still in the phase of learning how to “spell” words correctly. That said, it would definitely take a few tries to get Midjourney to give you the image with the exact words you want in your logo.

Here are some examples of lettermark or monogram logos for a coffee shop with Midjourney prompts.

Logo & Prompt #1

word "GP" as a lettermark logo for a coffee shop, plain background, simple font face, gold font color --no mug or coffee or shadow or other words --v 6

Logo & Prompt #2

word "ABC" as a monogram logo for a coffee shop, simple vector style, stripes double exposure, brown and white font color, plain background --no coffee or mug or other elements --v 6

Logo & Prompt #3

letter X as a monogram logo for a coffee shop, simple vector style, plain background --no coffee or mug or other elements

Wordmark Logos

Wordmark logos are startup-friendly logos as they give more emphasis to the name of your business, helping you establish your brand name. It’s not ideal to use for companies with long brand names, though. And I bet you already know why.

However, as I’ve mentioned previously, Midjourney still tends to misspell or add random words to the generated image. So, just be patient. A rule of thumb is to use a few words as much as possible and maximize what Midjourney currently has to offer.

To do this, just enclose the word you want to see in your logo inside the quotation marks (“ ”) and end your prompt with the parameter --v 6.0. With this latest version of Midjourney, you are more likely to get more accurate results, though not all the time. 

Some popular companies using this type of logo are Burger King and 7-Eleven. Below are some wordmark logos that will make your coffee shop’s name as remarkable as these companies.

Logo & Prompt #4

a wordmark logo with the word "DeCafe", sleek style, clean background --v 6

Logo & Prompt #5

a logo with the word "coffeeroom", round font edges, white font color, plain brown background --v 6

Logo & Prompt #6

a logo for a premium coffee shop with the word "RoyalGround", white font color, plain royal blue background, classic and minimal style --no cup or coffee or mug --v 6

Symbol or Icon-based Logos

These are what logos are most associated with: symbols and icons. Whether you admit it or not, the first thing that comes to your mind when the word “logo” is mentioned is either of the two, before anything else.

You can use this type of logo to give a visual representation of your product, service, or simply, your brand name like the iconic brands, Apple and Shell. Here are the logos you can use or take inspiration from for your coffee shop.

Logo & Prompt #7

a logo of a book and a cup of coffee, minimal aesthetics

Logo & Prompt #8

a simple icon logo of a pink gold mug --no shadow

Logo & Prompt #9

a logo of a cup of coffee and a slice of cake, vector art style, minimal aesthetics, purple and green palette

Logo & Prompt #10

a logo for a coffee shop ::1 white black brown palette, modernism, minimal aesthetics ::1

Logo & Prompt #11

a logo of a silhouette of a barista

Logo & Prompt #12

a plain icon logo of a cup of coffee, no background

Logo & Prompt #13

an icon logo of a top view of a cup of coffee, vector art style, plain background

Logo & Prompt #14

a vector logo of a brown cup of coffee, leafy details as a frame, sage green background

Abstract Logos

At first glance, you may think they don’t make sense. But before we judge from what we see, let’s consider that abstract logos make company brands unique and like no other. Take OpenAI and Slack, for example.

So, even without much context, a brand can stand out with a distinguishable logo. And you can make that happen to your coffee shop, too! Here are the prompts to create distinct coffee shop logos using Midjourney prompts.

Logo & Prompt #15

a plain logo of a coffee pot, minimalist, modern style, solid color, clean background

Logo & Prompt #16

an abstract logo for a coffee shop, green black gold palette, luxurious, classy, minimal, clean background 

Logo & Prompt #17

a minimalist logo of coffee beans

Logo & Prompt #18

random circles as an abstract logo for a coffee shop --no words or cup or coffee or mug

Logo & Prompt #19

an abstract logo of an irregularly shaped mug

Logo & Prompt #20

random lines and circles as an abstract logo for a coffee shop --no words

Emblem and Combination Mark Logos

If you want both graphics and typography in your logo, you can opt for a combination mark logo or an emblem. These types of logos are a little bit more detailed compared to the previous ones, though not super intricate.

Like Starbucks and the United States Army, you can have your coffee shop’s brand name in your logo and add a little flair.

Logo & Prompt #21

a vector logo for a coffee shop with the word "The Gold Cup" below the logo, elegant and luxurious, minimal aesthetic design, gold gradient palette, clean background:: logo inside a circle frame --no word repetitions --v 6

Logo & Prompt #22

aesthetic logo design of a cup of coffee with the word "Cozy Cafe" below the logo, clean background, clean heavy outline, warm palette --v 6

Logo & Prompt #23

minimal aesthetic logo of a cup with galaxy as the coffee inside, the word "COFFEE VERSE" below the logo, white outline, black background --v 6

Logo & Prompt #24

a logo for a coffee shop, the word "THE EARLY BIRD SOCIETY" inside the logo ::1 badge style ::1 --v 6

Logo & Prompt #25

an emblem logo for a coffee shop, the word "THE COLOMBIAN ERA" inside the logo ::1 vector art, Colombia style, white yellow brown palette, solid color, modernism, minimal aesthetics ::1 --v 6

Logo & Prompt #26

a square emblem logo for a coffee shop with the word "Best Sip Co.", bold font, neutral color palette, high contrast, solid shapes, minimal aesthetics, vector art, modern style --v 6

Logo & Prompt #27

a vector logo of a hand holding a cup of coffee, a crescent moon at the top of the cup, the word "MoonCafe" below the logo ::1 clean crisp outline, solid color, calm vibes, aesthetic design, black and white palette ::1 --no realism --v 6

Logo & Prompt #28

a cute aesthetic logo for a pet-friendly coffee shop with the word "CatFe" --v 6

Logo & Prompt #29

a postmodern logo with the word "GP Coffee Shop", fancy, clean background --v 6

Which Midjourney Style is the Best for a Coffee Shop?

How you should create or choose your coffee shop logo depends on several factors. For instance, if your coffee shop is pet-friendly, a logo with a cat or a dog will make your coffee shop more inviting for pet-lover customers. If your coffee shop owns a mini-library with a lounge, you can add a vector image of a book to your logo to grab the attention of bibliophiles out there.

You should also consider the status and age groups of your target customers. To entice younger customers, an Instagrammable logo with an aesthetic feel is your best go-to logo design. For millennials, a more minimal and simpler logo design, such as a lettermark or wordmark logo, would do the trick.

These Midjourney prompts are truly solid start for creating a logo, but they can only serve their real purpose if you pick the right one for your business (which will takes tons of iterations and proably some photoshop skills).

Every coffee shop is different and has different goals, so it’s really up to you to decide which logo is the best fit for your own, after all.

Final Note: Feel free to use or modify any prompt from this article that feels right and best for your coffee shop. Good luck!

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Written by Dianne
Dianne writes about many of the latest trends in artificial intelligence and how they can apply to helping out your business
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