tea packaging inspiration

Sunday 22 February 2015

Looking for a unique way to package tea? We have a number of different packaging options and here's just a few ideas on how to customize them yourself ...

tea wedding favor | Creative Bag

This first sample could be used as a wedding or party favor. This diy project requires loose leaf tea, our clear pails, printable sticker labels, ribbon and rhinestone brooches. Fill the mini pails with the tea of your choice and then add a sticker label to the front. Select a ribbon that will match your label and is a good size to tie onto the pail handle. If you are looking for an extra special detail, check out our selection of rhinestone brooches. We used a brooch with a magnetic back on this favor.

packaging for tea | Creative Bag

Our tin tie coffee bags can be filled with tea bags or loose leaf tea. This one was designed as a favor for a vintage themed wedding. Washi tape was used to attach the decorative antique spoon to the bag and we finished with a custom label and linen ribbon.

packaging for tea | Creative Bag

Our tin tie coffee bags with windows are available in kraft as shown and white in a few different sizes. To customize these bags we added sticker labels above the windows. The bag on the right has a ribbon detail that we added to the label ... this would be a great branding element if you used a custom ribbon

packaging for tea | Creative Bag

Our tin containers are ideal for packaging tea and they are available in a number of different shapes and sizes. These containers were customized with sticker labels, ribbon and washi tape. 

If you are packaging tea for wholesale or retail and require larger quantities of containers,  you may want to contact our custom packaging department to get more information on what we can do for you.

By the way, I used our blank sticker labels on all of these projects and printed them on a colour printer. If you are looking for custom labels for your wedding - you can a great select here and they can be easily personalized online.

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