It’s October, which means we are in the midst of candy season. Whether you’re looking for a creative way for your business to package and distribute this season’s spooky treats, or in search of festive labels for the Halloween season, Alpine Packaging has the solution for you. Here, we’ll provide some inspiration for spooky candy packaging ideas sure to get the attention of your consumers.
Change up your candy packaging labels for the season with festive colors and clever sayings. Black and orange are tried-and-true Halloween colors, but for a modern twist, we love the idea of adding metallic accents, or opting for a neutral and crisp white and black color combo. Halloween is a great time to use vintage-inspired designs, icons of the season (think ghosts, pumpkins, spiders, webs, witches, etc.), or a play on words (maybe your candy has turned into pumpkin teeth, at least for the month).
Clever Candy Bags
Clear Bags – Make sure your candy packaging is all treats, and no tricks. Choose clear polyethylene plastic bags, so your customers know exactly what they are getting, and the beauty of the candy itself can shine through. Simple and attractive, poly bags make packaging your candy for the Halloween season easy and effective. Choose from a number of shapes and sizes to best accommodate your candy, and seal them with festive ribbons, twist ties, or burlap. Don’t forget to add a custom label for maximum effect!
Be sure to save any bags left over after the Halloween season and repurpose them for other holidays! Simply add a new label or tag and ties, and you’ll be ready for any month.
Printed Bags – If you prefer to forgo a separate label or tag, consider having your candy bags printed. The professional quality of a customized printed bag is sure to grab the attention of your customers. Work with your vendor to create a truly custom bag worthy of your candy contents.
Are you looking for custom labels and packaging for your candy this Halloween? Alpine’s label engineers will help guide you through the custom label and packaging process from inception to delivery. Fill out our request for quote form for more information!
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