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What makes a wedding special? It's all in the details, and we've got some exciting ideas to make your celebration memorable. Our beautiful keepsake boxes can hold very special memories of your wedding day, not only for you, but for your guests and bridal party too. The boxes can be personalised with the names of the bride, groom, wedding date etc. Our boxes can be personalised freehand by our doodle artist, printed with metallic lettering by another artist or be completely bespoke by our third artist.


Barbara Lello offers custom printing of our gift boxes with individual names and messages. Specialising in keepsake boxes for weddings, bridesmaid and bridal party thank you boxes. Barbara’s style is sleek and contemporary, with simple clean lines and a focus on text for maximum impact. Using metallic lettering remains a winning favourite and is currently very ‘on trend’. We think they look fantastic!


“We are proud to work with Foldabox to offer what we believe are the best quality gift boxes in the UK. We particularly love how Foldabox are on-trend with their ranges and colour options. A great example of this comes with the launch of the rose gold box, which for us, works great with our lustrous metallics, and we are seeing that rose gold continues to be a strong leader for Weddings in 2018 and 2019. The ability to add different ribbon colours is hugely popular and makes matching wedding theme colours a great additional selling benefit” - Barbara, Designer and Owner at Beau and Bella.


Rebecca Caddy often uses our boxes to create keepsake memory boxes for weddings, anniversaries, new baby arrivals and birthdays. Her style is probably best described as ‘shabby chic’ and traditional; using flowers, bows, lace, buttons and embellishments for a very pretty and romantic look. We love the creations our customers make as it enables their individual creativity to shine through.

FoldaBox has boxes in all the above colours just waiting for you to browse.Take a look at our boxes online. For more information on our gift box packaging and ribbons, please send us an email - fiona@foldabox.co.uk

Other Reading:

  • If you’re wondering what’s new and next for the wedding season, we turned to some of the industry’s top experts for their take on what’s in for 2018, from colour palettes to unforgettable decor pieces.Read more.
  • Choosing the right colours for your wedding day is a huge part of the overall style and theme that you are trying to create.Read more.

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