When your friend or family member is having her bridal shower. She will receive many gifts. You can be sure of that. But what no one but her closest pal will give her; something that will actually help with the ceremony.
If you are throwing her a ceremony or are one of the organizer, it is pivotal that gift boxes are well crafted. Here are best gift boxes that I found on Amazon and they will surely go a long way in achieving the perfect the bridal shower.
1. Baby Shower Decorations Gift Boxes 10 Pieces With Crown
This big gorgeous pink box by LeeLance makes for a multipurpose container. You can use it for candy and chocolates for Christmas, birthdays, parties but they are ideal for baby showers. They come in flat packing and you have to assemble yourself. The packaging starts from 10 pieces and the rate becomes more and more reasonable when you buy more pieces (other options include a package of 20 and 50).
2. Rustic Kraft Paper Candy Bag Gift Box for Baby Shower, 1st Birthday Girl Decoration
These beautiful brown boxes are incredibly cheap yet beautifully designed. For close to $13, you get 50 pieces. They come with a pink or light blue crown and “Little Princess” engraved on it. You can put candies, chocolate, cookies and what not.
3. 50 pcs Laser Cut Baby Carriage Favor Box
The set has two key factors; gorgeous pink color and a baby carriage engraving. Not to mention a cute little ribbon on the top to wrap it all up. It is shipped flat and you can assemble it later yourself.
4. 50 Pcs – Crown Lock Rose Candy Box
Created from shimmering pearlescent art paper, this big pink box has rose imprints. It is extremely lightweight. What we like most about it is the delicacy of the design. Price-wise it is not something lavish but it certainly looks like that.
5. MonkeyJack 50 Pieces Paper Crown Candy Gift Box Wedding Party Gift Favour Boxes
These are luxury wedding candy gift boxes. They come in a bright tone of pink with golden crown-like lacing on the top. They fold up to give a handbag-like look and the crown section goes on top, working as a handle.
You can also find the items discussed above in the following sortable table: