I don't have a lot of good logo tips (I just winged mine in 1 go lol) but this topic came up recently with some good commentary sprinkled throughout:
A side tip for your calligraphr font: if you use a drawing tablet, consider filling it out with that in whatever drawing program you use. I made one for my comic, but I found it to be aggrivating trying to get the letters to be the exact right size when I printed out the template and wrote it like that. You can kinda adjust it on the site when you go to generate the font but bleh. When I did it on the computer, I was able to A.) Ctrl+Z as necessary and B.) Use marquee and transform tools to whack the letters into the right sizes when I got one that looked good, but was too big or small relative to the others.
Don't have to do it that way, of course. But I remember rage quitting on the pen/paper version xD