May 22, 2014


Today's wonderful submission comes from Kandise of Kandise Brown Creative. Kandise did such a great job matching her photo packaging to her online branding. I love all the fun pops of colors that she used along with her personalized cd cases, cds and notecards. I hope her photo packaging inspires you as much as it did me.

Business Name: Kandise Brown Creative


About Kandise Brown Creative's packaging: "I am a wedding and portrait photographer based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. I completely rebranded my business in 2012 with a new name, and visual identity via Up Up Creative and Super Runaway Co. My brand is simple, and clear, with a hint of colour and fun. My photos are big, bright, colourful, and usually have big emotions or laughs. 

I describe my photography as "gimmick-free," and and I wanted my packaging to match. Nothing too fussy or frilly, just straightforward with bright colours and a big dash of cheer. I also wanted it to be easy for me to put together, and work for all types of clients! Since many of my clients live outside of Fredericton, it was also a must that my packaging be post-office friendly, so flat rectangular packages are great. I used my website's visual identity as a base for the stationery design I did: fun notecards that suit different client needs and will put smiles on their faces, especially when images are included! I love that my packaging and website have a consistent look and feel, and that my folded "Arigato Pak" disc cases are 100% recycled. I hope that when my clients receive their discs in the mail, it brightens their day and gets them excited to see their images!"

Packaging supplies:
Logo - Julie Green, Up Up Creative 
Identity (colors & graphics) - Super Runaway Co 
Note Cards & Stickers - Designed by me, printed by Moo 
Washi Tape and glassine bags -  Cute Tape  
Twine - The Paper Place 
Discs - Disc Makers 
Disc Cases - Arigato Pak via Rice Studio Supply 
Tissue & Wrapping Paper - Dollarama, Target

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