The notepad: TDR Studio

Published: January 1, 2017
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The three creative brains behind TDR Studio, Ayesha Gul, Adeel Irfan and Mahnoor Irfan, give us the lowdown on the raging box trends this season. Take note as they take giveaway presents to a whole new level

Floral box

At TDR Studio we love working with floral designs, therefore we launched the trendy floral boxes, and they’ve been a rage ever since! These boxes come in matte gold, textured gold, rose gold or white base, with a choice of ribbon colours. The best part about them is the flower corsage attached to the box, which is made of imported artificial flowers and a customised text tag.

Gota embellished box

We recently launched these boxes, which are a wonderful fusion of our local culture. They include gota colours and designs, but have a Pinterest-esque twist to them.

Silk bow ribbon box

The evergreen silk bows have always been the epitome of elegance, and we have merged this classic design into our boxes, which come in different tones, including ochre, mustard, maroon and timeless pastel shades. The bows come in a variety of shapes and sizes according to the customer’s requirement.

Monogram box

These are simple matte, textured or plain boxes with a unique tag or label running through it. Rather than the contemporary hanging tag, we have added run overs with the initials or names of the bride and groom, or in some cases the birthday girl or boy. They’ve been a hit so far, showing us that people appreciate something unique yet safe.

Kraft box with patterned top

This patterned box is one of our favourites! All you have to do is select a pattern for the box tops! The designs range from traditional Spanish to Turkish to Moroccan to even local truck art.

Tiffany-themed wedding box

These boxes are inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany’s, so you can imagine the amount of class and sass they portray. They are wonderfully balanced between simple and classy, and have been a favourite amongst a lot of foreign as well as local clients.

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