Packaging Inspiration For The Boudoir Welcome Packet

Packaging Inspiration For The Boudoir Welcome Packet

Have you seen the gorgeous new Boudoir Welcome Packet? We mixed it up a bit this week at the offices and tried out a fun presentation using a bakery box and twine. Just goes to show that our completely customizable, pre-written Welcome Packets can be truly unique to your studio.

With an 8x8x4 window treat box, tissue paper and baker's twine (all available at your local craft store or Amazon.com), you can make a luxurious option to deliver to your client after they book their session. And, since a baker's box is several inches deep, you could choose to include additional items such as small perfume samples, cute and trendy mints, lip gloss, beauty samples...it's all up to you!

Do you have a creative packaging idea that you've used for a Design Aglow product? We'd love to see it!

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