New Truffle Boxes for Easter, Weddings & More!

March 7, 2014

in gift & gourmet business, How Tos, Packaging, Weddings

Our new Truffle Boxes make adorable Easter favors!

We’ve got a little bit of Spring fever here at Nashville Wraps, and I’m excited about these adorable new Square Truffle Truffle Boxes – they’re available in so many bright, pretty colors, and they’re just the right size to hold a small treat. Since they meet FDA requirements for direct food contact, you can fill them with whatever you like!

I thought they looked especially cute holding a mini chocolate bunny – sort of like an Easter shadow box. These truffle boxes have clean white interiors, but I wanted to add some blue sky (what can I say – I’m just so OVER these grey winter skies!) so I trimmed about an inch off one of our Light Blue Enclosure Cards and popped the card into the bottom of the box. To hold the bunny in place, I used a glue dot to stick him to the blue card, then I added a tiny bunch of Very Fine Lime Green Shred below his feet (this shred is my personal favorite for filling Easter baskets, too). Once the box was closed, I tied a bow with Baker’s Twine or some of our Skinny Cotton Curling Ribbon. These boxes have a slight slant to the edges, so they will stand up nicely if you prefer to display them vertically.


These boxes are also great for wedding favors. Fill them with Jordan almonds in colors that coordinate with the wedding theme. They fit 4 truffles perfectly, using our candy cups, or they can show off wrapped candies with colorful labels. I also love the idea of using them as placeholders at tables, standing up with each guest’s name written on a gift tag – or even displaying just a simple “Thank You” message. Our new Dual Color Jute Twine, shown here, is a great way to add some color and texture to these small boxes.

Watch the short video below to see how easy it is to fold these boxes together.

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, Cheyenne Medders.

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