Holiday Packaging Trends for 2017

September 29, 2017

in gift & gourmet business, How Tos, Offering a Gift Wrapping Service, Packaging, trends, USA

Buffalo Plaid CollectionThanks to the success of designers like HGTV’s Joanna Gaines, all things rustic and farmhouse continue to be ultra-popular. That is why Nashville Wraps has expanded our Buffalo Plaid and Woodland Collections. These Green Way shopping bags are made from 40% recycled white paper with coordinating 100% recycled tissue paper, recycled gift wrap, basket boxes and theme gift cards.

Buffalo Plaid Gift BagsIn Buffalo Plaid, you will find new gift bags, Stone Wrap, gable boxes and ribbon added to this group. It works well when mixed with red, black and kraft bags and boxes along with burlap ribbon. So you can add a little or a lot of plaid checks to your holiday gift and gourmet packaging!

Snowy Woodland Frost 
Woodland Frost Collection

If you’re looking for a winter design that will work until spring, our exclusive Woodland Frost Collection is the answer. With a precious little deer family and red cardinals in snowy white woods, you can use them all winter long. They look pretty mixed with red and silver tissue and ribbon.

Cardinals for a Red & White Christmas

Red bird boxes

Redbirds and cardinals are still on trend for the holidays. Their bright red color stands out in snowy white trees. You will find them on our gift basket boxes, shopping bags, tissue paper, gift wrap, cello bags and rolls along with gift cards. They add a touch of sweetness to any holiday gift giving.

Shop our entire line of Christmas Packaging here.  Schedule your custom printed bags, boxes, labels and ribbon now in time for holiday shopping!

Buffie Baril

Buffie Baril helps with online advertising, social media marketing, content creation, and search engine optimization for Nashville Wraps. She loves learning, interior design, Apples to Apples and most of all her fabulous husband and her three brilliant and very funny children.

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