Thursday, August 5

Simple favor packaging details!

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How you present food is as important as it tastes! There are millions of ideas, but here are a few small details to frost your next edible favor!


Always stack up beautifully packaged edible gifts for your guests! Here a ribbon, herbs and silverware make a strong statement! Source

I love simple ideas that have impact! Simple squares of craft paper used to separate each cookie brings color and interest to your dessert table! Image lining them up in a favor box and use squares to separate too! Source

Use parchment, labels and twine to frost your homemade favor - also, you could use this idea to label different kinds of rolls being served or slices of homemade dessert breads Source

How cute are these bags?!? Rumor has it you can feed brown bags through your reg printer at home, I so need to try this! What a great way to make something so inexpensive look so good! ...p.s. I so need that tray! Source found via hiphostess blog

Speaking of brown bags... a wrap around label makes all the difference! And it can be functional too - put the flavor of the cookie/treat inside! Source

10 comments:

  1. I love this! It's amazing how simple things like brown bags or craft paper can make a HUGE impact! Plus, it's usually less expensive. Bonus!

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  2. I heart all of these ideas. Brown paper bags are so chic now...I don't remember them being that way back in the day when I was in 3rd grade ;)

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  3. I love them all!!!! the silverware had me at hello!

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  4. I think it's all about the packaging and love these ideas!

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  5. i have tried printing on brown paper bags and it works fantastically! just make sure you feed it into the printer with the bottom side first or your printer chews it up!

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  6. So cute! I think the packaging makes all the difference :)

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  7. Hi ~ I'm your newest follower! Love your blog and your wonderful packaging ideas - so pretty!!

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  8. I loved this post! I am always looking after nice ways to pack!
    Tks!

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  9. The smallest touch can just make it so much better! Lovely ideas.

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  10. I am a "packaging Junkie"! What great ideas...love the tiny forks and herbs tied on the top and the paper between the cookies... it is all fabulous, why am I not surprised? :)

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