30 ideas for gift boxes and presentation boxes

Gift boxes and presentation boxes are used in every day life for a whole host of different purposes, both within the consumer and business markets.  Whether they are sold online or on the high street many Companies benefit from presenting their products in branded packaging and a large proportion of organisations opt to send out promotional items, gift vouchers and gifts in bespoke presentation boxes to raise brand awareness and increase competitive advantage.

Have you ever thought of buying bespoke gift or presentation boxes? There are some great ideas below which may be of interest whether you are an individual or a business.

  1. Gift boxes for promotional campaigns
  2. Gift box hampers
  3. Gift boxes for jewellery
  4. Media presentation boxes
  5. Gift boxes for biscuits, cookies and cakes
  6. A3, A4, A5, A6 and DL gift boxes for stationery
  7. Gift boxes for perfume and cosmetics
  8. Presentation boxes for photographs and albums
  9. CD and DVD presentation boxes
  10. Gift boxes for hats
  11. Gift boxes for ornaments, ceramics and glassware
  12. Gift boxes for awards
  13. Gift boxes for bridal accessories
  14. Gift boxes for belts
  15. Presentation boxes for pens
  16. Presentation boxes for wine glasses
  17. Presentation boxes for books and folders
  18. Gift boxes for gift vouchers
  19. Gift boxes for gloves
  20. Gift boxes for wedding favours
  21. Gift boxes for shirts
  22. Bottle gift boxes for wine and champagne
  23. Gift boxes for ties
  24. Presentation boxes for club membership packs
  25. Gift boxes for lingerie
  26. Scarf gift boxes
  27. Ashes presentation boxes
  28. Gift boxes for equine products
  29. Gift boxes for T-shirts
  30. Gift boxes for wedding invitations

The above list is by no means exhaustive but covers the presentation packaging ideas we are asked about most frequently. Feeling inspired?  Then submit a request for a quotation for bespoke gift boxes here.  We look forward to hearing from you.

facebooktwitter
facebooktwitter

Comments are closed.