When discussing custom pyramid boxes, the first thing to know is what a pyramid box is. Pyramid boxes, as the name implies, are specialty boxes that are in the shape of a pyramid. These can be used as wedding favors, table settings at fancy events, etc.
Pyramid boxes, while standardized by their pyramid-like shapes, can be highly customized. See the following:
· Labeling on the box
· Material it’s made of
· Gloss vs. Matte
· Little windows to see inside contents
· The list goes on and on
While these boxes are available in general retail stores, however, they are not as customized as the boxes that can be found online. There are many websites available that make all kinds of customizations, so no two boxes are the same.
The first commonly customized part of a pyramid box is the material. These can be made out of standard cardstock, all the way up to corrugated cardboard. As the boxes get bigger, the material that they are made out of tends to get stronger, as there will be more and possibly heavier items inside. This not only includes the material, but also the gloss of the material. Depending on the client’s needs, it can be glossy, matte, and everything in between. It also has to be considered whether or not the client would like the material used for the box to be smooth or textured. This would depend on the personal preference of the client.
As there are many different styles of pyramids, there are also many different styles of pyramid boxes. These can range from almost pie-wedge shaped to the classic Egyptian Pyramid style. This, again, all depends on what the client intends to put in it, and personal preference. Depending on what they choose, this can even contain small cellophane windows into the box so that the contents being placed in the box can be seen.
The next customizable item is the color or pattern on the box. These can be customized to just about anything. There are all kinds of colours and designs in the craft world, and all of these can be used on pyramid boxes. This comes in handy, as these are commonly part of a larger event color scheme.