Learn which printed paper bag will work best for events.
Now that you have selected promo items and printed merchandise for your next event, how about custom paper bags to hand out your promo goodies? Promotional bags come in all shapes, sizes and styles, including bespoke paper bags, so there is something to suit all budgets. Not only are printed paper bags the perfect solution to hold event merchandise, but the paper is naturally sustainable and eco-friendly, which is even more reason to invest in paper custom gift bags for your trade show or exhibition. Opting for printed papers over material like polyester, cotton and plastic offer a durable but low-cost solution that can either be reused or recycled after the event. Also, you can choose from a range of handles. For example, if you are giving away business literature like brochures and catalogues alongside your printed promotional giveaways, then printed paper bags with rope handles are ideal, as they offer durability and reinforcement for heavier loads.
Why should you choose a gloss laminated printed bag over a standard printed bag with your logo?
Printed paper paper bags look great when finished with a matt or glossy lamination, but they also look as good with a standard finish without any lamination; it's all about individual preference. If you are looking for more executive gift bags for higher-end corporate gifting, then opting for a laminated finish will further enhance the overall premium feel of the bag. This action will work in your favour from a business perspective as it will raise your reputation as a company with a good eye for detail and knowing how to reward and gift its most valuable customers.
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