Packaging and presentation material, when used to enhance floral design, whether fresh, dried or artifical, has proven to be an all important marketing strategy in the florist industry. Most consumers will judge a finished product on packaging before buying. Packaging serves not only to protect and keep flowers and plants safe in transit from point of sale until the time they are needed for working with or displaying, the right creative and attractive packaging used to effect to improve the appearance of the product along with imaginative presentation materials, greatly helps promote sales by making window displays and shop premise interiors look more inviting and attractive. The critical point of packaging, aside from protection, should be to promote sales.
OASIS® crazy mesh and OASIS® Spiders Web are just two of the most versatile floristry packaging and presentation products we offer, both will add texture and interest to designs and are equally suitable for use as filler materials, staging backgrounds, making props or wrapping mechanics. Incredibly soft to the touch, they are available in a good range of colours and suitable for window displays, arrangement packaging, wrapping and bows.
We strive to offer you all the florist packaging and presentation florist sundries you could possibly need to pack, wrap and present flowers and plants. Simple and stylish kraft papers, printed, frosted and plain cello rolls, waxed and unwaxed tissue paper, fabric and mesh rolls and handtie bags and living vases. raffia and sisal can be found here and many more - decorative aggregate, fabric, ribbon and decorative trim to mention a few, will be found right across all categories on the site. We are constantly sourcing new and innovative packaging and presentation materials and products from around the world to add to our range. Select your packaging and then add a complementary trim from our extensive selection of ribbons, raffias and twines.
See our Flower Care section for plant and flower food, tailored care instruction cards, message and delivery cards, the inclusion of these items where relevant to the sale, forms part of effective packaging and presentation.