I'm a baker and I'm new to this board. I'd like to be able to ship my cupcakes. I'm trying to find this specific container as it appears they ship quite well inside of it!
It is a plastic cupcake box that can hold up to 12 cupcakes. It's the top part of it that is unique as it has domes around each cupcake so the frosting is protected. I can't seem to find this container anywhere and I've tried all the sites I can think of (uline, papermart, boxandwrap, etc.). If anyone can suggest where to find it, I would be so grateful!
Thank you very much!
They are called "clamshell" containers - google that and I bet you will find what you are looking for.
There is nothing special about Georgetown Cupcakes' clamshell - they are standard grocery store clamshell.
Yes, I buy mine at wesellcoffee.com
IDK... I've seen plenty of clamshells but none that have an individual well on the TOP for each cupcake like those are. I'm interested to find a source as well.
I wanted something just like that. Check out plasticcontainercity.com and you'll find just what you need. They have plenty of different types of plastic containers for multiple cupcake quantities.
Thank you! These are the closest I was able to find as well. Still looking for the specific container that Georgetown Cupcakes uses if I can, though!
Hi there try www.Plasticpack.com they do sell clamshell cupcake containers
Hope this helps somehow
Yes! Those are them!!! Thank you so very much.
U're welcome!!! Glad I could help in some ways!!!
AJust wondering if you purchased the upcake containers from PlasticPak and if they clsiely resemble te Georgetown ones.
I saw a picture of why they had, but am skeptical on if they are actually good enough to keep cupcakes well frosted without damaging them.
I would greatly appreciate a response :)