Best Tips for Bakery Packaging ideas. Stopping by the bakery for a dozen pastries three times a week isn’t unusual for many people. Picking up baked goods for book meetings, parent meetings, and gift baskets is part of the daily routine. Sometimes though, it’s nice to have a unique presentation when you arrive with some tasty pastries. It’s never a bad idea to take some time to rewrap the baked goods before bringing them to a meeting or dropping them off as a gift. Below are 4 Best Tips for Bakery Packaging ideas. Best Tips for Valentine’s day gift Packaging ideas.

Gift-Baskets

Gift Baskets

This method is a favorite for many. Nestling individually wrapped treats among colorful tissue paper and paper flowers always makes for a delicate and beautiful presentation. Put each danish or scone into a clear cello bag and seal it before putting it into the basket. You can also add ornaments after you wrap the basket in cellophane. Decorate with flowers, birds, or bows from Paper Mart, a paper supply store. Usually you can reserve gift baskets for actual gifts and use other presentation methods for meetings or bake sales.

Cupcakes

Cupcakes

Since lots of bakeries use boring boxes to package their goods, sometimes it’s fun to make your own box or bag when bringing pastries with you. With cupcakes, especially, you can get creative. Make a little individual box for each cupcake. To avoid too much work, get a printable stencil that can be folded into a premade design and then print it on colorful construction paper. It’s also great to include themes for the boxes like American flag colored 4th of July cupcake boxes, flower shaped Easter boxes, or heart shaped Valentine’s day boxes. By far the easiest self made package is putting a cupcake into a simple, small plastic cup and wrapping it in a patterned cello bag decorated with a bow.

Cookies

Cookies

While many baked goods are hard to stack because of various toppings, cookies are one of the easiest baked goods to package. Buy a few dozen cookies and place them in different sized, glass mason jars. Then, instead of sealing the jar with a lid, cover it with some fun printed fabric or tissue paper and tie a ribbon around the mouth to keep it in place. For smaller cookies like macaroons, reuse egg cartons by adding tissue paper, placing the cookies into the holes, and wrapping them in cello bags. Unfortunately, this method only looks good with cardboard egg cartons.

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