|Size & Style||Custom Shapes & Sizes|
|Stock||Cardstock, Brown Kraft Cardstock, Corrugated|
|Printing||Up to Full-Color Printing + PMS|
|Special Effects||Embossing, Debossing, Spot UV, Foil Stamping, Die Cut, Perforation, Scoring|
|Production||4 Business Days|
If you run a bakery or baked-goods factory, you will be well aware of the fact that packaging is a crucial seller for your product. If you have introduced the best ingredients into your product, but you have failed terribly in the marketing and packaging of your product, your customer will not want to notice your product and therefore you will not get the sales you deserve. Ordering your bakery boxes is a tricky thing to do if you haven't done it before or not sure about the factors that will make your product stand out.
Below are some of the few indicators you need to watch out while designing and ordering your bakery boxes.
It depends on what kind of product you sell. You can even order different types of packaging for different products. For delicious items such as cupcakes, pastries, cakes, and cookies, you must choose at least 16pt. cardstock to keep the product safe. A window can also be added to the boxes to enhance the beauty of the packaging.
A good design can make all the difference in the marketplace between your product and someone else's. You don’t need to design too bright or fresh and you don’t need to order too much fancy and sliding over boxes and packages to observe your product. Don't forget to add your company logo and information about product. When it comes to bakery packaging, simplicity is the key word.
If you run a bakery, order packages that will complement your baked goods. If you like a particular box for any reason, but it is not depending on your product, this will be a failure of the packaging. If a box complements a mobile phone or an ornamental decorative part, will it look pleasing to the eye, but will it necessarily work for your baked goods as well? The answer is the safest, no.
If you order the boxes, they will most likely be flat when they arrive, so always pre-determine if the boxes will be assembled in a few moments, so that even in the busiest rush hours, you are not left up tidying laces and tying ribbons.