Easter is almost here and it always makes us think of bunnies, eggs, carrots, chocolate, and jellybeans! Jellybeans are known for being an Easter kind of candy, but they are really great for a celebration any time of year. With Easter and jellybeans on our minds, we started thinking of all the cute and creative ways to use jellybeans at parties and events – as decor, as favors and of course, as treats for the guests!
We’ve decided to add a new kind of post to the mix here on the Bottle Your Brand blog. From time to time, we are going to be featuring a little behind-the-scenes look and Q&A with our designers that come up with the lovely labels you all enjoy so much! We thought it might be interesting and fun for you guys to see how it all works.
Introducing our newest label set – a swanky martini themed invitation and custom labels for a bachelorette party or night on the town with the girls. We love the simple and modern design on this set with just a splash of pink to make it girly and fun. If you’re planning a bachelorette party soon, something swanky, fancy, sophisticated and just for the ladies, consider this fun set!
One of our most recent food obsessions is one tiny bite that comes on a stick -the Cake Pop. These delectable little treats have been taking the world by storm this past year – from party design blogs to Starbucks, every one is getting in on this sweet trend. We rounded up some of the cutest examples we’ve seen so far, so while you think about your next party or event and the theme – don’t forget to accompany your beautiful custom labels with a few tasty treats like these…
We recently developed a major crush on JP Creatibles, an incredible custom cookie studio located in Ashburn, Virginia, where each cookie is hand-decorated by owner and designer Jen Fisher. Every order than Jen creates is one-of-a-kind because each order is completely custom designed and made-to-order. We are so impressed with her work – the cookies we have seen are like tiny little works of art – so detailed and beautiful, we can hardly believe that they are edible!