If there’s one thing better than dessert packaging, it’s dessert itself. Get inspired by how these packaging concepts create engaging labels. While you’re at it, grab something to snack on too.
Provo Bakery Labels Designed by Elyse Taylor
This line of bakery packaging is based on Provo Bakery located in Provo, Utah. While the look is minimalistic, the message and the branding is clear. This creates a coherent line that is easily identifiable. Foiling the gold on the chevron background would be an excellent way to take the packaging to a luxury level. The tamper proof labels are an excellent idea for the industry as well.
Ouma Biscuit Labels Designed by Rebecca Berrington
Based on rusks, or dried African cookies, these biscuits aim to bridge the gap between store bought and handmade. The concept is that the cookies taste just like your grandmother’s. Except, the labels take a modern take on a classic tin can look. The vibrant color schemes seemingly play into the African influence. While the overall outline of the design remains the same, the varied patterns make each flavor easily identifiable.
Noshi Ice Cream Dessert Packaging By Paul Hatch
At first glance, this packaging is sweet and magnetic. Upon a closer look, you may notice that the flavor of this ice cream is jellyfish. With this concept, designer Paul Hatch shows us a brilliant way to make intimidating products approachable.
On top of that, the color scheme is bold and the use of space is expertly throughout. The bubble letters and round cartoon character emphasize the cute and friendly nature of the packaging and/or product itself.
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