As 2017 comes to a close and our favourite holiday season draws near, we couldn’t resist sharing some amazing Christmas Packaging designs that are bound to get you into the festive spirit!
Lush’s Christmas packaging gives us all the Wintery feels with their traditional red, green and white colour palette. We love the use of printed fabric to disguise the more standard packaging protecting the product within. It also conveniently reduces waste, as we can reuse the fabric for another present next year! (let’s not pretend we don’t all do that.)
On the surface Kinder might look like they have taken a typical Christmas scene approach however, personalisation has been the key to their design this year. Throughout the range, the branding remains consistent with the option to print your recipient’s name and message. We’ve seen this approach be more than successful for Nutella but will it have the same effect for Kinder this year?
Tanya Burr Cosmetics
This one is definitely for the girls out there. Neatly designed with a complementary colour palette and let’s not forget lots of sparkles, we can’t get enough of the whole collection.
Starbucks Christmas Cups
Pumpkin Spice season is coming to an end but the highly anticipated Starbucks Christmas cup is here and this year there’s 2! Although on release the cups did face some criticism, we can’t help but love the quirky illustrations symbolising the ‘giving good’ idea behind the design. They’ve also just re-released the red cup for those of you who were mourning its loss this year.
If it ain’t broke why fix it? We love that Coke has taken this approach to their Christmas packaging design. Supporting the launch of their yearly campaign, each bottle features the iconic Father Christmas. And I think we can all agree that the Christmas season only begins when the Coke advert airs right?
If you thought Burger King’s Halloween packaging was awesome then check out their 2015 Christmas version. Again, adopting an illustrative approach, they have turned their somewhat mundane burger wrappers into a visually striking design which even incorporates key illustrative ingredients.
Burt’s Bees take us on a natural organic journey with their Christmas Packaging. Although, the packaging format is commonly seen over Christmas, its vibrant colour scheme and design that stays true to its brand make its stand out from the crowd.
In terms of thinking outside the ‘post’ box (excuse the pun,) I think we can agree that McVitie’s have nailed their Christmas Packaging design. We don’t mind emptying this post box or 5 over the holiday season!
Liberty London definitely has the number one spot on our favourite Christmas picks. Following a similar concept to Lush, Liberty has opted for fabric-based packaging. With the ability to choose from different patterns and colours will appeal to a wide range of consumers looking for a more personal touch. We’ll have one of each, please.
Last but certainly not least is one of our favourite Christmas Packaging designs. Keeping their original branding, each cracker comes with an option of colours dependant on the fragrance within. Well here’s to no more disappointing cracker prizes.