I've tried for the past five hours to refine this to a point which I'm happy with but with no luck. I don't like asking for outside help (always satisfying to solve something on your own) but on this occasion, I'm stumped and I'd appreciate your help. I'm designing some wedding invitations. This logo is not a logo for a business, but a wedding. The bride asked me to include butterflies and "C&D" in some way. The butterfly makes up C&D. My original attempt at the logo: After applying the logo to the invitations, I started to dislike what I'd come up with and thought it could look better. The logo was chosen before the typeface was and so there was a definite lack of synergy between the two. After refining it, this is what I've come up with: I'm still not happy with it, however. The typeface (Bickham) is script but the logo looks too calligraphic to me. This is where I need your help. What would you change about the logo? It goes without saying that the logo needs to retain the look of a C and a D and the overall look of a butterfly. The body (The ampersand, if you like) is open to changes, but obviously still needs to resemble an ampersand on some level. Hopefully you can give me some advice as this is definitely one I'm stuck on. Thanks.