Decorating the hotel rooms and specific areas in spas and restaurants with candles is a common practice of these businesses. In spite of the invention of electricity, these organizations use attractive scented candles to give a dreamful atmosphere to their clients. Use of aromatic candles gives a romantic and stylish look to the room. But to draw the attention of potential clients toward the scented and ordinary candles, there is a need to package them in visually attractive candle boxes. While designing candle packaging boxes, you may think long and hard about its design to bring creativeness in the packaging and then decide to add a finishing, but which finishing type? In the printing industry, various finishing options are available for candle packaging like lamination, varnishing, embossing and die cutting. Finishing is applied to a design surface to give a special look and feel and to enhance the presentation of the packaging.
It is a thin plastic coating that is applied to the paper after special heating. Though lamination cannot be visually seen, it gives a waterproof and smooth finishing to the surface. Depending upon the stipulations, glossy or matte lamination can be used. To make a packaging long lasting, lamination is the sturdiest method because it provides protection against abrasion that may arise due to transportation.
A colorless coating that can help you to protect your custom candle boxes from deterioration and enhance the specific elements of the design with a matte or glossy finishing. Packaging printing companies usually use spot varnishing to protect an ink on the surface and enhance the business logo with some particular text to give a different appearance to the packaging.
To use embossing on a candle box packaging requires a special dye that is used with high pressure to give a three-dimensional effect on a design. Embossing can be used with four-color printing or of its own to enhance the visual features of the enclosed product. Though this finishing increases the overall cost of the job, yet it looks more appealing than the other finishing options.
To make the encased products visually more appealing, usually, die cut boxes are used to package aromatic and ordinary candles. These boxes also allow you to protect your candles from dust besides displaying a business message with safety instructions.