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We love traditions and what’s more traditional than a red and green Christmas right? It’s festive and it’s familiar but what if we told you that this year, Christmas is going to be all about individuality. Having the choice to select a unique or different colour scheme is a fun one, so how about the colour blue? We know what you’re thinking but just hear us out. Blue represents both the sky and the sea, and is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, expansiveness, inspiration, and sensitivity. Blue also represents meanings of depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith, heaven, and intelligence. The colour blue has positive effects on the mind and the body. Could this be the reason why trend forecasters have had their eye on the colour since 2017?


A mystical opulence in elegant blue-green was one of the festive trends at this years Christmasworld event. 'Splendid history' is the Christmas theme that met with the most positive response at Christmasworld. A surge of green and dark blue shades whooshes into the Christmassy winter wonderland in colours originating from the oceans, precious stones and minerals. The beauty of the colour blue is that it still shines alongside the traditional Christmas colours; gold and silver. Warm gold makes an opulent scenario; silver creates elegant accents. The overall result is a mystical picture with a fascinating charm, which is elaborate in style, luxuriously arranged, and interpreted in a modern way.


Shop our Navy Blue Boxes online

By popular demand,Navy Blue is the fabulous new addition to our Essentials colour collection. It is the perfect strong but neutral colour offering infinite opportunities to create amazing and beautiful packaging when combined with gold, silver, copper and rose gold ribbon or foil printing accents.

Navy is the the hottest trend colour for interiors, textiles, homewares and fashion so we are delighted to offer this deep, dark, rich and luxurious colour to help keep your gift packaging contemporary. Using our signature matt pearl lustre paper it will definitely bring that touch of sophistication and class to your luxury gift product packaging.View collection of navy blue boxes.

Shop our Pale Blue Boxes online
Thepale blue folding gift boxes make the perfect choice for gifts for baby or toddler.  A lovely deep, dusky, powder blue, so they are also great as bakery boxes for cupcake packaging, or for lingerie and clothing when combined with black, white or silver grey ribbon.View collection of pale blue boxes

Ribbon Collection
Not quite ready to toss aside your traditional box for a blue one but still want to be trendy? Take a look at our extensiveribbon collection which has various shades of blue ribbons. Still not sure? Opt for ourFrench Light Blue 80cm Grosgrain Ribbon, it’s such a favourite. This high quality French Light Blue grosgrain ribbon to fit our range ofslot gift boxes with changeable ribbon.A pretty and dusky powder or cornflower blue. Perfect to add to White, Ivory, Silver, Black, Rose Gold and Pewter Gift Boxes.

So whether you’re looking forward to shiny blue baubles on the tree or small dainty Tiffany boxes under the tree, we can guarantee you that the colour blue isn’t making anyone moody on Christmas morning.


Nicole Hines
Nicole Hines


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