We create a whole range of paper bags for our customers, in lots of different paper bag sizes from tall/vertical to wide/landscape and even square ones.
As each of our bags is custom-made and hand-created, we can cater to most sizes. Our paper bag sizes are suitable for anything including clothing, jewellery, beauty or cosmetic products, bottles, interior design products and more.
Here are our top 8 predicted 2023 paper bag trends and tips that we feel will be big this year…
Our customers include cutting edge design and marketing agencies, top clothing and beauty brands, as well as stylish boutique shop or ecommerce owners, so we know a thing or two about luxury paper bag design trends!
6 Paper Bag Design Ideas to Make Your Bags Stand Out
Luxury paper bags are widely used from retail to events to promotions. In fact, they can really make your products stand out, whether it’s on the high street, at an event or at a trade show. In short, your paper bag design needs to be striking for maximum results.
Easter is the perfect opportunity to experiment with your printed paper bag designs.
Printed paper bags have become a status symbol in today’s market. They offer plenty of benefits to their users and also gain importance due to being 100% reusable, biodegradable, recyclable and environmentally friendly. They are also preferred because they are neat, easy to carry, can hold lots of items and are used for different purposes.
Make your branded luxury paper bags stand out in 2020.
Luxury paper bags are ideal for those who want to give their customers a little extra something to make them feel special. It shows that your brand is different than the rest of the businesses out there and is likely to make them come back time and time again.
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has spiced up public debate over climate change, asking politicians worldwide to pay attention and take action to protect the environment
But it’s not just politicians who must act. Every one of us can make choices that will help save the planet, whether it’s reducing the number of times we fly (a major source of damaging CO2 emissions) or making eco-friendly business decisions.