Christmas packaging is a valuable advertising tool that can be used to increase sales, regardless of the industry. Christmas time is a great place to show off your creativity and gives you a great opportunity to show your customers that they are special.
Christmas packaging – how to design a unique business box?
There are many ways to create interesting Christmas packaging for your brand. The box can be enriched with UV print and can be properly decorated, e.g. with the use of Hot Stamping method. They can also be filled with tasteful fillers, such as Christmas fashionable wood wool. The simplest solution, however, is to skilfully apply the appropriate colour scheme. Which colours are worth using for the production of unique limited edition Christmas boxes? Let’s check it out!
Christmas packaging – here are the best colour combinations
In the Christmas retail sector, colour combinations such as red and gold are particularly trendy, as are navy blue and black, navy blue and silver, and green and red. These colours evoke associations with a festive atmosphere and are also luxurious. Their skilful use can give the box a Premium character and make it stand out on the shelf. Some brands, however, decided to move away from traditional colours and presented their customers with completely new, bold colour combinations!
#1 MOR Cosmetics
MOR Cosmetics is an example of a brand that has decided to use a bold combination of luxurious black and feminine pink. And all this is additionally enriched with an elegant ribbon with a printed emblem of the company. Isn’t it special? MOR Cosmetics boxes, not only Christmas ones, are very popular among consumers!
Beautiful boxes were also included in the DIOR collection. This time, however, we are dealing with more subtle colours. White in combination with gold, whether on DIOR boxes or gift bags, emphasizes the unique character of this brand and gives the products even more prestige.
If you are looking for inspiration for boxes, you should also look at the packaging of such brands as Bing Bang NYC, Jo Malone or Ch. Dahlinger. These brands prove that it is worth to move away from traditional colours and give customers something special!