Creative Holiday Packaging
One of the best parts of the holidays is the holiday packaging from companies that value the more artistic side of being merry and spreading cheer. Whether the designs are simple and refined or flashy and vibrant, these holiday packaging examples are the epitome of what the holiday spirit is all about.
Although Starbucks has frequently found itself in the middle of a holiday cup controversy, the Starbucks cups this year are neutral in terms of holiday preference and offer a great combination of red and white hues to warm anyone’s heart, and hands, if you so happy to be enjoying a warm drink. The fun winters scenes make for the perfect holiday packaging, featuring sledding, snowball fights, and fun with friends.
Coca-Cola has always prided itself on incredible advertising campaigns, and their holiday packaging designs are no different. This year, Coca-Cola is going above and beyond any former holiday packaging. For 2016, Coke has introduced the bow bottle, a bottle that, when two tabs are pulled on the label, will fold its own label into a bow. How incredible is that!?
A Kylie Jenner Lip Kit is all anyone seems to want for a gift this year. To add to the hype around this insanely cool cosmetics line, the holiday packaging for Kylie Cosmetics is just as amazing as the cosmetics themselves. The limited edition “Must-Haves Bundle” even includes a fab white stocking with the trademark Kylie lips on it.
Fast food restaurants are not usually what come to mind when we say “holiday packaging.” However, this casual dine-in option has been pleasantly surprising us with its holiday packaging options this year. Despite some controversy over the dual-images presented by the winter cheer cup with mittens, the cups portraying cute penguins and holiday trees are the perfect holiday packaging options for this burger joint.
Stella Artois, a great beer, rings in the holiday with its creative holiday packaging on not just the bottle, but its 30-packs as well. The cans are covered in red and gold wrapping paper-esque patterns, and the 30-packs look like one large present. The red stripes look like a ribbon, and the golden paper looks like the perfect holiday present. After all, couldn’t we all use a drink during the holidays?
Holiday packaging is one of our favorite topics to cover because of the joy and happiness each company brings to its designs. What are some of the best holiday packaging choices you have come across? We would love to hear from you in the comments!