Holiday Party Hosting with Ribbons

Not every holiday party is the same, especially when it comes to using custom ribbons!

Start your holiday party off right with personalized ribbons. From ribbon rolls to rosettes, not only do we have the right ribbon for you, but we also know the best ways to use them. Decorations, wrapping presents and party games are just a few quick ideas, and here are some more!

How to use Ribbon Rolls at your Holiday Party

use custom ribbon rolls personalized with names, dates or festive messages for your holiday party

First is the most obvious use: wrapping presents. By adding names, dates or festive messages to a ribbon roll, you can create truly unique gift wrapping. Let someone special know just how you feel with a brightly colored ribbon wrapped around the perfect gift. Or, tie a bow around their favorite spirit or hard to wrap present.

Ribbon rolls can go a long way. Use them to brighten up your Christmas tree with ribbon streamers or hanging each ornament with ribbons instead of paper clips. Or, make a festive and holiday party door wreath. These ribbons are perfect for decorating a holiday party table too!

Badge Ribbons are Great for Nearly Anything!

custom badge ribbons are great for presents or any holiday party need

From badge ribbons to custom top ribbons, these flat fabric pieces are great for any party need. Use them as unique gift tags for presents and door prizes. Or, use a custom top ribbon for a different ornament look on your holiday tree.

Blank badge ribbons are also quite useful for dinner parties. Ideas for using them include labeling the buffet table and providing seating assignments for each guest. Choose holiday party colors or theme them to fit your party needs.

custom rosette ribbons are a great prize at any holiday partyEveryone Needs an Award

Whether your holiday party has games or fun contests, everyone loves a great award. And, that’s where rosette ribbons come in handy. Award someone for the ugliest holiday sweater. Or, use a rosette as a first, second and third place prize for a game of holiday trivia.

These custom ribbon awards are perfect for any holiday get-together. Another unique idea is to use the rosette as a game piece. Or attach them to a present or door prize. But, no matter where you use them, these rosettes are sure to be the hit of your holiday party.

So, from decorations to prizes, find your perfect custom ribbon for your holiday party this season!

6 Reasons: Ribbon Rolls for Decorating

Are you planning an event and need ideas for decorating? From weddings to parties to most any event you can think of, ribbon rolls are the perfect answer for any needed decorations!

ribbon materials infographic for decorating usesSo, now you’re left with the unanswered question: what kind of ribbon do I want for my decorating? Here’s a quick guide to help you along your way to your perfect answer.

First things first, what do you need the ribbon roll for? Let’s look at all the things you can do with ribbon rolls. Tying them around things it a great use! Uses range from table decorations like candles and vases to the more traditional uses like gift wrapping and using them to wrap flowers into bouquets. Whatever you decide to use these ribbons for, that’s your stepping stone.

While most of these ribbon selections can be used for tying, some are prettier than others. But don’t discount ribbon types like grosgrain or organza quite yet. These ribbons have their uses too!

Satin and acetate ribbons are perfect for flowers and gifts. Tying bows is simple and they hold well. Tie them around your bouquets for that great looking bow. They hold their shape will so that the bow’s loops remain plush and open. These ribbons are also useful for decorating because of their shiny quality. They work great when hung with other decorations or used on centerpieces for tables.

Grosgrain
(This ribbon) is heavily textured on both sides. Consequently, the imprinting will have lines running through it where the color of the ribbon will show through. This can lead to a more casual or “distressed” look in the final ribbon. (And,) the material itself is slightly thicker and heavier than (other ribbons).

Chiffon – Organza
(This ribbon choice) has an open, mesh-like weave that allows you to see through it. Because of this transparency, …organza has a very elegant look, making it a popular choice for weddings or other formal events. It has a stiff texture that works well for almost any size bow.

Whatever you decide to use for your decorating, make sure that your imprinting choices match your ribbon choice. Printing on satin versus grosgrain, and even organza, will always show up differently. Watch your text and image choices when selecting your ribbons.

To make it a bit easier, simply review this information every time you need to choose your ribbon style and you can’t go wrong.

View entire infographic by clicking on the image. (Infographic courtesy of:
Melanie Bunch, Graphic Artist, Coller Industries Incorporated.)