Bomboniere Box Styles & Trends

You may be wondering what a “Bomboniere” is, or what it means. The fact is, you probably already know what it is but due to what it’s called and how it is spelled or pronounced, you are a little unsure. Bomboniere is an Italian word for “favours” or “gifts”, and they are presented in a variety of ways in which one setting would be Bomboniere Boxes.

They are ever popular in use when it comes to special events to hold gifts to give to guests and attendees. Whether it’s for a wedding, a baptism, a bar or bat mitzvah, first communion or confirmation, a christening, and other such milestone events, a favour may be included in an attractively designed bomboniere box to be taken home with your guests. The contents within could be the traditional sugared almonds, but as times change so have the favours or gifts, and they can range from anything the host fancies.

There are various types of bomboniere boxes to choose from depending on your theme, style and also your budget. Let’s face it, that the DIY box route would be the best way to go about it because not only can you say that you made it yourself, but it will be a personal and unique gift and your guests will definitely appreciate it more.

DIY Invitations Plastic DIY Bomboniere Box Pillow Pack Style

With DIY Invitations, you are presented with two distinctive categories of these gift boxes, which are either paper bomboniere boxes or plastic bomboniere boxes. Out of the quality materials being used to make them, they also come with DIY folding and assembly instructions so that you can put them together, and then use various types of embellishments or accessories to accent the look of the DIY boxes to suit your style as well as match your event theme. There are many design styles that are available with boxes for gifts, and they range from the traditional two-pieces boxes that come with a lid and base, to pillow boxes, cube boxes as well as noodle boxes.

DIY Invitations Paper DIY Bomboniere Boxes Two Piece Trinket Boxes

These bomboniere boxes range from the paper variety, to match the DIY invitations and stationery that you have selected for your event, therefore having a cohesive flow across the stationery accents, while you are also given the option of going with clear plastic/Perspex boxes for a truly delightful look into your favours. Some hosts decide to add little accessories inside the clear boxes to pretty it up while sticking to your DIY budget, with the likes of potpourri, tissue paper, confetti and more.