Personalized chocolate candy wrappers can be used for a variety of different occasions. Think about customizing your favors for your next party, promoting your group or club, or even starting your own business.
Seriously, you really can start your own local or online business by making custom printed chocolate candy wrappers.
You can order the software package from either The Dapper Wrapper or from Wrap Candy. They are both very good, but are slightly different in style and options. I would recommend you browse through both before making your decision.
It is a very small investment as far as starting a business is concerned. Ranging from only $30 to $60, it is awfully hard to say no to such a great opportunity.
Even if you don't want to start a business, you may still want to invest in one of these great software packages.
If you think you may like to use personalized chocolate bars or other candies as party favors for several different occasions as your kids grow up, you'll save lots of money by making them yourself.
If you aren't interested in making your own custom printed candy wrappers, don't worry. You can still get them already made up according to your own personal specifications.
It doesn't matter what kind of party you are having, you can send your guests home with a little token off your appreciation for their attendance that they will really enjoy. It is quite possible that they will hang on to the custom printed wrapper as a keepsake, too.
You can choose from...
These are just some of the options you have. These are the best places to get for these types of favors...
Have a little look and see if you can find something that pleases you. (My problem always seem to be trying to narrow it down to one!).
Business Chocolate Candy:
You can even promote your business or club with personalized chocolate candy wrappers. They don't have to be candy bars. You can go a step up and order custom boxed chocolates with your company logo at places like Dan's Chocolates.
Wouldn't your clients or employees be thrilled to get a box of gourmet truffles for the holidays? And you can chalk it all up to advertising expenses. :-)