Pink is a common packaging color used by many industries, including fashion, cosmetics, and beauty.
Depending on the shade, the timeless charm of such a rosy pigment holds a series of meanings to match any business theme. Salmon pink, for instance, can create a sense of calmness and comfort. Deeper shades, on the other hand, denote liveliness, passion, and energy.
No matter what product you want to deliver, pink mailer boxes will always make them look extra charming and appealing to consumers. Take it from these women-owned brands in our Packola community.
1. HONEY HONEY
It’s a dream come true.
Linda Louis, the owner of Honey Honey, started a handbag company beside her full-time job.
A little backstory from Linda:
“I started my handbag company alongside being a full-time anesthesiologist. I’ve had a hard time finding handbags that were cute but also affordable, and when I finally did have enough money to afford the bags I wanted, I still didn’t want to spend $5,000 on a bag. I also wanted to be able to have a variety of bags in different colors, textures, & sizes, instead of one really expensive bag. Thus, Honey Honey was born.”
For the packaging needs, Linda wants a company where she could easily design her mailer boxes. Good thing, she found Packola. She described the process as “simple and straightforward.” In turn, Honey Honey’s mailer boxes look gorgeous in pink and orange.
2. Style Setter Society
Rent the latest fashion trend!
An NYC-based brand, Style Setter Society offers a rental subscription box for young, stylish, and trend-forward people out there.
Their packaging features exuberant geometric shapes throughout the pink-dominated mailer box featuring their logo in the middle of the front panel. These stunning pink boxes will surely appeal to Gen Zs andbeyond.
“Little things that make your soul happy.”
Lulo is a fun and classy jewelry brand founded by two friends who love fashion. From necklaces and bracelets to sunnies chains, their playful and colorful jewelry pieces will let you rediscover the joys of accessorizing.
Founders, Mel and Mich, will not only spice up your style but also give you a unique and fun unboxing experience with their chic custom mailer box in full powder pink.
4. Oasis Face Bar
“Buy your skin a drink.”
Oasis Face Bar is an open-concept facial bar for clients that need exceptional, naturally derived skin care services.
Due to COVID-19, they were forced to shut down their shops. But just before they did, they came up with the idea of Facial in a Box. The whimsical pink box is filled with at-home facial essentials for two, as well as a special item.
5. Dose Of Excitement
A brand for women.
Owner, Cassandra Garcia, established Dose Of Excitement to empower women through curated self-love and self-care products. DOE is a Latina-owned business that sells mystery boxes, lingerie, comfortable clothing, and more.
Filled with exciting surprises, DOE’s hot pink mystery boxes will bring joy and excitement to any woman out there.
6. Ripley & Rue
For dogs and their dog moms.
Ripley & Rue’s mission is to make high-quality and highly empowering merch for both dogs and their owners. Aside from crafting cool and comfortable dog accessories, they also sell trendy goods for women who are obsessed with their pets.
Check out their sparkling pink boxes filled with dog treats. “Dog goods for dog people.”
7. Kawaii Flavor
Level up your gifting game!
Kawaii Flavor is handmade kawaii stationery and gifting company. They offer Kawaii Flavor original merch and curated kawaii gift boxes.
At kawaiiflavor.com, you can craft your own Kawaii gift box in a few simple steps. Save yourself some trouble because they pack and ship everything for you. Chosen items are kept safe inside Kawaii Flavor’s cute but sturdy box.
With pink’s friendly and approachable vibes, instantly uplift and make your customer feel positive about your brand. Make them feel special! Customize your pink mailer box with Packola.
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