King Robert Bruce awarded the Wedderlie Estate to Sir Richard Edgar in 1327. The house consists of a fortified tower, thought to date from the late 16th century, to which a larger house was added in 1680.
With all this history the Wedderlie House logo had to reflect its past and future with Clan Fraser. ​​​​​​​
• Fleur de Lis representing the house’s historic connection to Robert the Bruce. A strawberry flower representing the houses new connection to Clan Fraser (Fraser originating from the French ‘fraise’ or strawberry) Roe deer who have long inhabited the estate. W & H letters to form a historical looking monogram and shield to reflect the past.  
Other designs projects included new Website Design, Stationery, Leaflets, Banner Stands and Bottle Labels.
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