Cookie Packaging Help Needed!!

Baking By pixiegirl85 Updated 20 Jun 2014 , 7:19am by kmangles

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pixiegirl85 Posted 31 May 2014 , 9:45pm
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AHi all,

This question may have been asked 100 times but I'm so stuck on this one!!

I run a sweet treats business in the uk and my dad is getting married in August, his bride to be has turned to me for their wedding favours which are chocolate covered Oreo cookies, problem is that we need to box each one individually and wrap them with fushia ribbon and a little tag thanking the guests for coming so they have to go in boxes!

I've seen another company recently ordered boxes which would be perfect from the US and even though these are not a product I usually sell I don't want to impose and ask where they got them from...

So does anyone have any clue where I can obtain said individual boxes with inserts (pic attached)

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Lizzybug78 Posted 2 Jun 2014 , 10:03am
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ACan't help with a supplier, but if you know a company that has then, could you possibly ask them to re-sell to you? You can genuinely say it's for a family member rather than business related.

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craftybanana Posted 2 Jun 2014 , 12:49pm
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I've never ordered from here, but here is a site (in the UK) that has Windowed Cake Bakery Boxes

If they don't have what you want, just Google what you want and look at images :). Also, try the UK thread on here to check to see if anyone has posted where they get their supplies from. Who knows, your baker might be on here and have already given out their secret supplier. :)

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kmangles Posted 20 Jun 2014 , 7:19am
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These look like BRP box shop boxes. They are wonderful! Might be a bit much on shipping to the Uk though.  I order from Canada and they have the shipping and duties all together which is pretty amazing.  At least then you know what it will cost instead of anxiously awaiting a duties bill. 


Good luck with finding boxes!

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