Feb 13 2012
What do I want for valentines? It’s sure not a tiger footed hoodie from Pajamagrams.
If you are looking to impress me or her the right packaging can make a difference.
Will it be the traditional candy in a box like this?
According to Packaging Digest U.S. sales of chocolate are expected to exceed $19 billion in 2014, up from $16 billion in 2006, according to Rockville, MD-based Packaged Facts, a market research group. Of that, premium chocolate will account for 25 percent of sales in 2011, up from 17 percent five years earlier.
I’m a chocoholic so this might work.
But even better this truly fits the bill. (Still waiting for my packaging review sample)
Add this to my wish list for anytime giving.
Or what about a complete pizza dinner in a box along with a proposal (I’m married thank you).
Or even something handmade from the heart?
With so many great options out there how do you choose what’s right for her?
It’s all in the packaging: Marrying the right product with the right message in superlative packaging.
So whatever gift you choose be sure it fits her and her personality and what she really wants.
It doesn’t have to be pink or even red as long as it connects with her on a core level.
The right packaging can make it possible before she even opens your gift.
In case you thought I forgot, your man needs a Valentine too.
But this will warm the cockles of any man’s heart (women too)
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours.