Whether you’re delivering wedding images just in time for Christmas or wrapping up a unique gift for the holidays, there’s no need to sacrifice style when gift giving. With either gold or silver edging, the La Rousse Box fits right in with the holiday season, lending well to all sorts of festive wrapping.
Luckily, you’re not limited to snowman-print wrapping paper. Depending on the aesthetic of your wedding photography brand, there are plenty of unique ways to package gifts for Christmas that will uphold the style that your wedding clients have come to know you for.
Here are some of our favorite ways to style the La Rousse box for Christmas.
Red flannel or checkered ribbon, a pine spring and some twine will result in a cozy, rustic look sure to delight wedding clients and lumberjacks alike. Finish off the look by using a thin wood ‘cookie’ as a gift tag.
Fabric ribbon via Food 52
Keep Christmas classic. Wrap images with lace or a narrow piece of eyelet fabric, and place a few small pinecones on top.
Image via Elena Kovyrzina on Pinterest
Don’t forget the tinsel! Replace shredded paper or tissue with tinsel of any color to ensure that your La Rousse box is opened with a smile.
Copper stars tinsel from Cox & Cox
Gold tinsel via Pinterest
Pair the gold La Rousse box with black ribbon, gold baubles and a few white feathers for a glam Christmas gift that any gal would be happy to receive. Bonus points for adding a custom gold wax seal.
Wax seals via Pinterest
For a brand that’s big on color and character, use ribbons or wrapping paper in contrasting patterns and add a collection of colorful baubles (or mini disco balls). So much fun!
Colorful DIY gift wrap tutorial from Paper & Stitch
For barefoot brides and outdoorsy couples, wrap their gift with kraft paper and fresh leaves such as eucalyptus, rosemary or pine. Even dried moss can make a sweet nest for your images.Inspiration from Artifact Uprising
Black and white polka dots or stripes never go out of style. Tied together with bakers twine and a simple note card, they’re sure to leave an impression with your clients or family and friends.
When in doubt…toss in a handful of faux snow for good measure. And of course, Merry Christmas!