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Toastmasters International Branding Guidelines

Simple Steps to Toastmasters Branding​

Branding is one of the easiest concepts to understand, yet it’s one of the hardest to execute. Branding is our most valuable asset, and it is more than just a logo. It is our identity and our personality. It is key to delivering the Toastmasters brand consistently across all channels, both online and offline. We’ll aim to provide comprehensive instructions on how to interpret our Toastmasters Brand Guidelines.​

Basic Principles​

Brand guidelines are a vital tool to help ensure brand consistency. Without guidance, our Toastmasters brands can become distorted over time, and potentially damage our brand value and reputation.

The Benefits of Using the Toastmasters Brand

The brand will communicate a consistent look and message, in turn increasing understanding and global awareness of Toastmasters International. It motivates prospective members to join, making district and club objectives easier to achieve. It increases pride in being a member of Toastmasters.​


The Toastmasters International logo is an integral piece of our visual identity. Its correct and
consistent application accelerates engagement, raises our credibility and improves brand recall.​

  • It is essential to follow some simple rules when using the Toastmasters logo.​
  • It should not be distorted in any way​
  • Ensure there is sufficient space around the logo​
  • It should not be too close to the text or the edge of the page​
  • It should be clearly visible for print and web scenarios.​
  • It can be placed on top of a photograph as long as there is a contrast between the image and the logo.​
  • It must not be placed on top of a solid block of color that is not one of the four Toastmaster brand colors.​
  • Which logo to use where and when?​

Main Logo

The Toastmasters International logo is an integral piece of the brand’s visual identity. Used properly, it helps
to deliver a consistent experience across our diverse and unique clubs, while also improving brand recall.

Color Logo


Any communication relating to Toastmasters should carry our Toastmasters International logo, our primary logo in the full four colors.

Grayscale Logo


If you have communication where color is not appropriate, then you can use the greyscale logo.​

White Logo


Or, alternatively, you can use the white logo.​


These can be used on their own or in conjunction with the Toastmaster logo,
it should have a clear space and minimum-size 72 pixels to ensure
the wordmark is clearly visible for print and web applications.​

Toastmasters International Logo


Use in conjunction with the Primary Logo,
to help emphasize the Toastmasters Brand.​

Toastmasters International Logo


Since 1924 - COLOR

Primary with ‘Since 1924’

Use in conjunction with the Primary Logo
to help emphasize the Toastmasters longevity.​​

Since 1924 - GRAYSCALE

Greyscale with ‘Since 1924’

Use in conjunction with the Primary or Greyscale Logo,
to help emphasize the Toastmasters longevity.​​​

Logo Lockups

If you want to emphasize the Toastmasters website or the longevity of
the Toastmasters brand then you can use some of these alternative logos.​

Primary Logo with URL

Primary with URL

If you are promoting online you can use the Primary Logo with the toastmasters.org URL.​​

Primary Logo with 'Since 1924'

Primary with ‘Since 1924’

If you want to demonstrate the longevity of the Toastmasters brand you may want to use the 1924 lockup.​​

Grayscale Logo with 'Since 1924'

Black with ‘Since 1924’

If you want a different style you can use the Primary Logo with 1924 in black.​​​

Pathways Logo

Pathways Logo


Use in your club activity when promoting the Pathways education program.​​

Brand Colors

These are an expression of our brand identity, and they attract consumers. Color can evoke emotions, warmth,
excitement, and curiosity. When we repeatedly use our brand colors, it strengthens our brand awareness.​

~ Primary Colors ~


True Maroon

Hex #772432​
C12 M95 Y59 K54​
R119 G36 B50​
Pantone 188


Loyal Blue

Hex #004165​
C100 M43 Y12 K56​
R0 G65 B101​
Pantone 302​​​


Cool Gray

Hex #A9B2B1​
C23 M7 Y12 K18​
R169 G178 B177​
Pantone 442​

~ Secondary Color ~


Happy Yellow

Hex #F2DF74​
C0 M5 Y57 K0​
R242 G223 B116​
Pantone 127​​​

~ Black & White ~


Black can be used within copy / text
and white provides contrast and clear spacing
and can be used in headlines.​


~ Heading Typefaces ~

To help emphasize your message we recommend that you use Monserrat for Headlines and subheads.​

​We would recommend you use the Bold and Light style for main and subheadings rather than thin,
extra light, extra bold and black as these are less legible to read and more difficult to use.​

Do not use all capital letters. Rather, you should use a combination of
Upper and Lower case as it helps people read your message.​​

Montserrat Classic Font
Montserrat Thin Font
Montserrat Bold Font

~ Body Text Typefaces ~

For third-level headings and body copy we recommend you use Sans Source Pro.​

Both these fonts — Montserrat and Source Sans Pro — are free Google fonts which are web compatible​​​.


Images are an integral part of our brand guidelines; images are more than simple visuals —
they convey emotion, and they can build trust and confidence over time and repeated exposure.​

​They are an opportunity for us to visually communicate with our potential members and existing members,
they show who you are, why we should be trusted and how we will make their lives simpler and better.​

​When choosing images make use of interesting perspectives that will draw the eye.​

​Always make sure your images are chosen from a reputable source,
and you have checked the rights to use an image.​

​Use images that are reflective of your club or members.​

Toastmasters International images
Toastmasters International images


~ Current Members ~

Toastmasters International members are our most significant audience because they embody the brand.​

​It is essential to keep the needs of our current members at the forefront and ensure that they do not feel alienated.​

​It is important to remember that the needs and ideals of our members have not changed; they have evolved.​

~ Potential Members ~

… are interested in personal skill-building. They are the most general audience because they represent anyone seeking self-improvement.​​