How to Display Cake Pops in a Gift Basket Box

February 7, 2014

in Featured Customers, gift & gourmet business, Gift Basket Tips, How Tos, Packaging

How to Display Cake Pops

Are you looking for an easy, inexpensive way to package your cake pop creations? Try our Basket Boxes! With the addition of a Basket Box Bench inside, and a few easy cuts with an Xacto knife, you can make your own cake pop stand.

A little Gift Basket Shred adds color and helps hold the cake pops upright. Don’t forget a food-safe barrier like these little cello bags with twist ties to keep your cake pops fresh!

Nashville Wraps carries basket boxes in large and small sizes for pretty much any special occasion you can think of, and even more all-occasion designs. Our solid color baskets boxes come in small, medium and large sizes. And here’s another helpful link: all our Gift Basket Supplies in one place.

Watch the video below to see how easy it is to put it all together. I used a small Basket Box to hold 6 cake pops (2 rows of 3). The large Chocolate Bunny basket box shown here could easily hold a dozen (3 rows of 4) or more, depending on the size of your cake pops and how full you want the gift basket to look. And finally, wrapping it all up in a cello Basket Bag makes a great presentation.

All of the scrumptious cake pops used in this post were provided by our customer Candy’s Cake Pops in Boca Raton, Florida who ships cake pops nationally.

Priscilla Medders

Priscilla Medders is a graphic designer based in Nashville. She helps to prettify the Nashville Wraps catalog and blog site. She enjoys singing and playing music with her husband, the dashing Cheyenne Medders.

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Buffie Baril March 25, 2015 at 7:55 am

Hi Kristin! If your cake pops are very heavy you will have to push them further down into the holes or you can add a styrofoam block to the bottom or more shred or padding under the bench. Please call us at 1-800-547-9727 if you need further help. Good luck!

Kristin March 24, 2015 at 5:58 pm


We ordered your small and large basket boxes with benches for our cake pops but we are having trouble because as soon as we pick the box up after putting the cake pops in, they fall over since they are top heavy. Do you have any ideas to remedy this? No matter how much shred we add, nothing seems to stabilize the cake pops.

Thank you!

KMR Cake Pops February 16, 2014 at 10:55 am

For someone who makes and sells cake pops and other treats, this is a fantastic and beautiful idea!!!

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