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Corporate Gifts | Business Gifts | Gifts For Clients, Employees, And Virtual Events • Teak and Twine

Our corporate gifts are more than just pretty. At Teak & Twine, we help companies grow revenue, convert leads, and engage employees with gifts that work!

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Poppins & Post | Corporate Gifts

Poppins and Post specializes in Curated Gift Boxes, Wedding, Client, and Corporate Gifts. In addition we offer Handcrafted Baked Goods.

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What to Include in Wedding Welcome Bags // Part 1 of 3

As a professional gift designer, I often get asked for advice on what to include when curating wedding welcome gifts so I figured it was time for a three-part blog series all about these types of gifts and today is Part One! When designing wedding welcome bags, I take into consideration many factors such as location, wedding style, budget, color palette and even the personalities and interests of the couple. But overall, the most important thing is to make sure the gift are as well-balanced and as unique to the couple and their wedding as possible. Read on for some ideas today and then stay tuned because we have two more posts coming in this series later this week and next! Image: Lissa Ryan Photography Local Keepsake Including a meaningful keepsake is a fantastic way to leave your guests with something to remember your wedding by. I adore city-specific coasters or even a notecard set featuring artwork depicting landmarks of the city where you’re getting married. You can even let your gift packaging double as a keepsake by choosing a tote with a screen-printed map of the area. You can also highlight hobbies or interests that play a role in your relationship. Have fun and get creative! DOWNLOAD OUR FREE GUIDE: TOP 10 TRENDS IN WEDDING WELCOME GIFTS Sweet Treat This is a great opportunity to choose something special to you and your fiance. Do you and your fiancé have a favorite bakery nearby? Maybe an individually-wrapped brownie or cookie from this establishment would be the perfect sweet (and meaningful!) snack. Are you having a seaside wedding? Salt water taffy is a great ocean-inspired option to satisfy your guests’ sugar cravings. If you want to tie in your wedding color palette into the gift, macarons are a fantastic way to show off your wedding colors, these from Olivia Macaron. Or, perhaps you simply want to welcome your guests with a celebratory vibe. Champagne Gummy Bears or Champagne Bubbles by Sugarfina are always a Marigold & Grey favorite! Image: Lissa Ryan Photography Savory Snack Balance out the sweet with some good old-fashioned salty! Some ideas we like include salted peanuts, flavorful crackers, bagel crisps, pita chips, trail mix, popcorn, gourmet potato chips or maybe even some high-quality beef jerky. Beverage Let’s face it. It’s pretty annoying to check into a hotel and discover that bottled water isn’t included in the room. Help your guests stay hydrated especially since they’ll be enjoying cocktails and dancing the night away at your reception! For an added touch, consider sparkling water. Mini San Pellegrino bottles always look nice. Also, consider seasonally appropriate drinks such a gourmet hot chocolate for a winter wedding or a spring IPA beer from a local brewery. Image: Lissa Ryan Photography Custom Paper Goods Chances are, you have all the particulars spelled out on your wedding website as well as the invitation suite you mailed out. But, once guests arrive in town, they may not have easy access to all the info. Make it easy for them by creating a weekend timeline along with any necessary maps to help them get to where they need to be. Also, don’t forget a heartfelt message thanking your guests for making the trip. Take it a step further and create a booklet of the “who’s who” of your wedding party or even the background into your love story. Finishing Touches Lastly, pull it all together with memorable finishing touches that take the gifts to the next level and really stay in your guests memory long after the wedding is over. This means ribbon that color coordinates perfectly with your wedding palette, tied in the most perfect bow. It can even mean greenery, either inside or outside of the box or bag. Image: Lissa Ryan Photography Remember to have fun with these and create something uniquely yours! Don't have time to create welcome gifts for your guests? Find out more about our Custom Design Service here.

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Referral Marketing Program: 10 Effective Thank You Gifts

If you want to make an impression and stay top of mind, take a look at these unique referral gift ideas #pumeli #referralgifts #marketingideas

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Cheap Price Personality Customized Logo Box Gift High-end Company Office Gift Set Low MOQ Wholesale Business Gift Set app.alibaba.com/ - Price Your Product ideas #PriceYourProduct

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Referral Marketing Program: 10 Effective Thank You Gifts

If you want to make an impression and stay top of mind, take a look at these unique referral gift ideas #pumeli #referralgifts #marketingideas

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Top 10 Corporate and Client Gift Designs of 2016

Perhaps you saw us post our top 10 wedding welcome gifts of 2016. Well, today it's time to share our top 10 favorite corporate and client gift designs of 2016! White House Correspondents Dinner It was an incredible honor to be asked to design custom welcome gifts for several guests of the White House Correspondents Dinner at the Mayflower Hotel. Perhaps you recall us sharing these with you back in August. We used open white crates with a leather-bound journal, artisan chocolates, a White House pen, bubbly, cookies in the shape of the US Capitol dome by Fresh Bakes, custom welcome letter and floral bouquets from Urban Stems. Calligraphy and paper design by Just Write Studios. Image: Red October Photography Eastern Shore Wedding Planner Gift Boxes We are still head over heels for these custom welcome gifts designed for Easton, Maryland-based Kari Rider Events. The modern white hat boxes, grey pashminas, bubbly, artisan chocolates and custom paper perfectly expressed her branding. Image: Red October Photography Image: Elizabeth Fogarty Photography DC Wedding Photographer Client Welcome Boxes DC-area wedding photographer Abby Grace's favorite cocktail is the French 75 so naturally we created a cocktail-in-a-box for her couples to serve as a welcome gift. In addition to all of the ingredients needed to create the drink, we also included custom recipe cards with instructions along with branded notecards for a special personalized message to be included to each couple. They were finished off with a gift tag and Abby Grace Photography's welcome booklet. Image: Abby Grace Photography Image: Abby Grace Photography Calligraphy & Engraving Business Rebranding Launch Gifts When husband and wife team Jenny and Rick Muffler of Just Write Studios decided to rebrand in mid-2016, they wanted to send out gifts to announce their new brand to various vendors and wedding planners they currently work with and even ones they wanted to work with in the future. We incorporated their calligraphy on a hard-back journals reading "write you own story", gift tags reading "change is in the air, introducing the all new..." for the outside of each box, and a custom cookie reading "because for us, it all started with calligraphy." (The messaging on the cookie was inspired by the fact that Jenny and Rick actually met at a calligraphy conference. Cute, right?) For a celebratory feel, we included a bottle of bubbly, chocolate covered oreos from Buttercream Bakeshop in the same marble pattern found in their new branding, and a gold pen to accompany the journal. Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography The Bump Bloggers Luncheon Gift Baskets When The Knot's sister company The Bump was hosting a luncheon for mom bloggers, they wanted spa-inspired welcome gifts to pamper each guest. We designed small gift baskets with a custom logo cookie, electronic wipes, bath salts and artisan lip balm. We also added mini succulents for a fresh finishing touch! Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography Destination Wedding Planner Gift Boxes Wedding planner Claire Duran of Claire Duran Weddings and Events wanted to include her favorite Dominican coffee in her client gifts and we made that happen, then designed the rest of the gift boxes around this main concept. We included coffee cups, a tea towel, gourmet nuts for snacking and a logo cookie! Logo and tags by Little Cat Creative. Image: Marigold & Grey Image: Marigold & Grey San Francisco Corporate Retreat Gift Crates We worked with event planning firm 23 Layers on these custom corporate retreat gifts for an event at Cavallo Point in San Francisco. Artisan caramels, gourmet cookies, snack mix and elderflower pressé beverages were included to keep the attendees fed and hydrated. We also added straws and air plants for an added touch of detail! Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography Corporate Holiday Gift Boxes We loved creating these custom holiday gift boxes for MOJO PSG clients just this past December! The goal was to achieve a modern, yet hand crafted, feel. We used pine boxes, black and gold holiday candles, small batch bourbon, artisan chocolates, gourmet cookies and charger roll-ups! They were finished off with red ribbon in MOJO's primary branding color and the "Happy Holidays" gift tags featured the same font used throughout their website and marketing pieces. Image: Stacy Bauer Photography Image: Stacy Bauer Photography Maryland Wedding Planner Client Gift Boxes For these custom welcome gift boxes for Adriana Marie Events, we used monochromatic colors to highlight her brand's color palette and soft, yet modern, aesthetic. The gifts were both useful and fun with handcrafted journals and coordinating Le Pen, custom logo cookies and Sugarfina malt balls. We finished them off with simple "enjoy" gift tags, again, in Adriana's branding colors. Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography DC Wedding Photographer Client Gifts You guys went nuts on social media over these custom welcome boxes were created for DC wedding photographer Anny Photography! We included botanical print journals, modern logo cookies, artisan candles and a small vial of bath salts. We finished them off with grey gift tags with white ink as a nod to the grey in her branding. And of course, blush ribbon! Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography Corporate Holiday Gift Crates For commercial real estate firm JLL's holiday client gifts, we opted to start with large gift crates in a cherry stain. We included lots of DC-inspired items such as artisan chocolates featuring DC monuments, Compass coffee, District Vodka, US Capitol cookies, cherry blossom cookies and even a set of cedar coasters featuring various DC neighborhoods. We finished them off with "Happy Holidays" tags featuring the JLL logo. Image: Red October Photography Image: Red October Photography I actually think that was eleven instead of ten, but who's counting? We hope you've enjoyed the round-up. Which corporate or client gift design is YOUR favorite? Let us know in the comments! To inquire about custom gift design, email hello@marigoldgrey.com

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Pumeli

High end client gifts by Pumeli. Packaged in gender-neutral packaging, gifts are professional and presentation-ready. We offer the convenience of pre-designed curated gifts, create your own gift boxes and custom gift services on www.Pumeli.com. #clientgifts

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The Official Guide to Loan Officer Closing Gifts for Clients

We're asked by a lot of realtors and loan officers what they should use for housewarming inspired settlement gifts to give their real estate clients if they wish to stand out, increase their listings and loans, and encourage referrals. Since we have this conversation with our clients so frequently, we wanted to take some time to pull our list of suggestions together and share it with everyone who might be looking for help in this area! DON'T FORGET REFERRALS Our first piece of advice is to establish two different gifts in your arsenal. The reason for this is because you'll want to gift your clients at closing but the ultimate goal is for your clients to refer you to others after their positive experience with you. In these cases, if you only have one gift box in your rotation, then you risk having to gift them the same gift twice or you're scrambling at the last minute to figure out what to gift, neither of which are ideal. We recommend having a different gift for each occasion - gifts for settlement and gifts for referrals. ANTICIPATE REPEAT REFERRALS Then if you find that you're getting multiple referrals from the same clients, you can come up with additional gift box options to avoid repeat gift types. Or, you can even convert over to a handwritten thank you note or simple bottle of wine. Not each referral needs to get it's own full blown curated gift box. You can alternate to keep things interesting! We recommend the following sequence to our clients: full-blown curated gift box at closing, a slightly scaled-down curated gift box for the first referral, a handwritten notecard for the second referral, then another gift box with different contents than the first two, then a scaled-back gesture gift such as a candle or bottle of wine, and so on and so forth. FEATURE HOME-INSPIRED CONTENTS The natural direction for contents for realtor closing gifts is obviously home-inspired items, mainly items that are reusable in nature. Sure, food baskets are a nice gesture, but we think keepsake items are much more special. Think throw blankets, tea towels, candles, decorative tins of tea, wooden snack bowls, kitchen soap sets, and so on. These are items that are very on-brand for realtors and more importantly, will be items that last a while around the house and as a result, recipients are more likely to keep you top of mind. FEATURE LOCALLY-SOURCED CONTENTS Another great direction to go in for realtor settlement gifts and even realtor referral gifts is focusing on locally-sourced items. This is a great way to make food-based gifts a whole lot more interesting, especially if you try and feature small artisan brands that perhaps your clients have yet to discover! They'll feel intrigued by each and every item that they discover inside the gift set and will likely appreciate that you're supporting small local businesses at the same time! CREATE A CELEBRATORY VIBE Closing on a home is a big deal and often the culmination of some fairly stressful weeks and months! Another direction to consider for realtor gifts is a celebratory vibe. Think a bottle of bubble, champagne flutes, and some really nice chocolates. This is a little more traditional, and some might even say expected, but if you focus on presentation and quality over quantity, your gifts are sure to have an impact! SHOW OFF YOUR BRAND There is such thing as too much branding and there is such thing as too little branding when it comes to client gifts. We always advise our clients that upon receiving the gift, the recipient should immediately know who the gift is from before even opening the card if there is one. This means showing off your brand front and center. Whether it be a logo gift tag or a branded belly band, you should absolutely show off your branding in your settlement gifts. It will pull the gift together and add the last finishing touch of polish that you're looking for. Plus, always a bonus, people are usually sharing anything and everything on social media, including gifts they receive. This is awesome advertising for you! Whatever you do though, please know that we're not proponents of adding your logo to every single item in the gift. That's overkill and not necessary except in rare circumstances. If you brand a gift too much it can lead to the gift looking sterile, impersonal, or dare I say like "cheesy corporate swag". For specific tips on making your corporate gifts more personal, visit here. INCLUDE A HEARTFELT NOTE A branded notecard with a sincere heartfelt note of gratitude is an absolute must. This is what takes the gift to a whole new level. It's really THAT important. When you take a well-curated, intentionally-designed gift (which shows you care) and then pair it with the words to match (which also shows you care), you're creating a actual experience for your clients that will stick with them for months and years to come. Don't miss an opportunity and simply include a card with "to & from". Take the extra moment to write a note of thanks. It can even be the same note across the board for all of your real estate clients and those who send you referrals. The key is that it's expressive and from the heart. We hope these tips are useful in curating impactful realtor settlement and referral gifts. If you're ready to outsource your gifting from design all the way to delivery, we'd love to hear from you. Please reach out here. Examples of our custom gift design can be found here! Images: Lissa Ryan Photography

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Curated Gift Boxes • Teak and Twine

Teak & Twine specializes in creating custom gifts for every occasion including client gifts, bridesmaids gifts, wedding gifts, corporate gifts and much more!

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