Sure it’s what’s on the inside that counts – but these innovative packaging designs could make your Valentine’s Day all the more lovely for you + yours. Happy February!
For your funny valentine, a hand-turned maple YOYO. The packaging is made from recycled cardboard, with a funky fresh screen print on top. Great for any valentine that enjoys handcrafted goods, a little DIY and old-school fun.
2// Macaron Bar – To-Go Packaging
For your font-loving friend, a Macaron bar To-Go box full of perfectly kerned French macarons. DAAP Alum, Kyle Oldfield, designed the logo + packaging for Cincinnati’s Macaron bar. Note the treatment of the type when the boxes are stacked – seamless.
3// Landeau – Signature Rose Box
For your European lover, a bucket of 22-25 roses inspired by luxe Parisian packaging. Trevor Patterson created Landeau, a no-hassle and high-quality flower delivery service no available for orders throughout Vancouver.
4// Kimberlin Co. + Juniper Ridge – Candle and Spoon Ring
For your love that burns bright, a ‘wilderness fragrance distillery legend‘ candle. The candle is a collaboration between Kimberlin Co. and Juniper Ridge with a unique process, and a handcrafted spoon ring at the bottom of each candle.
5// Momiji – Limited Edition Valentina Doll
For your next love letter recipient, a limited edition Valentina Momiji Love Doll. Like all Momiji dolls, the Valentina doll holds a small secret message inside for your Valentine.
6// Ruinart Rosé Champagne Interpretation Aroma Gift Box
For your fancy friend, a collection of scent bottles and bubbly for an elegant olfactory experience. This is a limited edition box and the first of it’s kind. For a less fancy, more frugal and more fun gift —> go to 7-Eleven and pick up a boxed wine and deodorant stick. Nailed it!