Ribbon Rolls for Summer Celebrations

Commitment & Prayer Ribbons

Ribbon rolls play a vital part in a lot of different parties, festivals and other events. Our ribbon rolls are the perfect add-on for your summer celebrations, from different colors to creative and custom imprinting. And, these celebrations don’t always have to include being jovial. Use them for far more than you anticipate during these summer months.

Commitment Ribbons

Woman holding a yellow "I Will Achieve" commitment ribbon.

From weddings to remembering those who have passed, commitment ribbons are an all-inclusive way to celebrate people. By tying colorful (and sometimes imprinted) ribbons around the hands and wrists of two people in a relationship, they are committing to each other that they will stand by the other’s side. And, at the same time, you can tie these personalized ribbons around objects to signify the remembrance of a commitment made.

Awareness ribbons are meant to show support or raise consciousness for a cause.

Different colors and patterns are associated with different issues. Many advocacy groups have adopted ribbons as symbols of support or awareness. Awareness ribbons date back to 1917 when the yellow awareness ribbon showed up to support US military while serving abroad. Since then, we use different ribbon colors for a variety of causes and symbolize various concerns depending on the color and pattern.

Commitment ribbons are also given to those who participate in groups and clubs to remind them why they belong. Service projects, raising animals and helping others are all great causes to use these wonderful ribbons.

Another way to use commitment ribbons is by giving them as colorful reminders of a job well done. Many people appreciate the thoughtfulness of a personalized ribbon when it is presented to them for their accomplishments. Choose your color and message and add them to any of our continuous ribbon rolls for easy and quick acknowledgments.

Prayer Ribbons

Prayer ribbons with messages of caring and understanding.

These ribbons, often referred to as prayer ribbons, are based on Native American, Tibetan, Siberian and other indigenous traditions. In these cultures, it is believed that everything that is alive has a spirit and everyone lives in partnership with all things. It is believed that all of life is connected to a web of life; this includes cooperation and partnership. It is important to honor and respect all of life that is connected to this amazing web.

While prayer ribbons typically have religious undertones, they don’t have to. Many chose to participate in writing prayer ribbons as a way of helping with goal setting and recognition of a job well done. While most prayer ribbons include things such as prayers for families, food for the needy, more faith in God, and other priorities in schools and communities, they range from personal needs to community related projects.


Even though there are many interpretations of ribbon colors, everyone can understand the importance of recognizing them. From family reunions to corporate events, these ribbons are a great way to remind others about the importance of caring.

Custom Ribbon Rolls

Personalized ribbon rolls are perfect for any event. Order printed ribbon with your custom message for wedding favors, baby and bridal showers, birthdays, anniversaries and more. Add your logo or artwork for product branding, traditional gatherings, corporate advertising or retail packaging. No matter the event or purpose of your ribbon needs, we guarantee we have what you are looking for.

Employee Engagement & Summer Parties

Help your employees this summer work on their relationships with their coworkers, supervisors and other staff. Keeping everyone at your business engaged with each other and your customers and clients can sometimes be a struggle. But, by working on your employee engagement this summer, you will see your business improve.

Employee Engagement: DEFINED

The level of employee engagement in your workplace has a lot to do with how your employees relate to one another. Set up opportunities for them to connect on things outside of work and foster personal relationships. You don’t have to go far or break the bank to do so — plan an on-site happy hour, game night or potluck dinner. Make sure to provide some variety in your events to promote inclusivity.

Employee engagement is defined as the degree to which employees are motivated by, passionate about and invested in the work they do. Engagement also indicates the individual’s commitment to the company and their emotional connection to the people they work with.

Workforce engagement is often misunderstood to be synonymous with job satisfaction. Though the two concepts are related, employee engagement is vastly more complicated as it is influenced by a variety of factors including location, culture and individual characteristics. These factors are variable and prone to fluctuate over time, which is why measuring employee engagement is crucial to staying up to date with your staff’s needs.

Ribbon Tools for Employee Engagement

Badge ribbons are the perfect tool to get your employees engaged, especially during summer events. With many different colors to choose from, and you can add any text and small graphics, these ribbons are incredibly versatile. Use them to inform your employees about your next event. Or, use them for event games, fun summer-themed titles and so much more.

No matter what your event is, you can make these ribbons work for you! Whether it’s an employee-only event or a summer get-together that your business is sponsoring, badge ribbons can do most of the work for you. Include messages of dates, times and locations for each of your events. Use them to help employees and customers stay engaged with your business.

You can also use custom top ribbons as awards, reminders and souvenirs at your next company summer event. These ribbons are just as versatile as badge ribbons but a bit fancier. Sometimes the best way to keep your employees continually engaged is a simple reminder of the fun they can have with your company. Summer events are the perfect reminder. So, create unique yet engaging ribbons to give to your event guests to remind them of how much fun they had celebrating.

Other Badge Ribbon Tips

  • Add fun, creative titles to engage employees during any event.
  • Create fun sayings to let event guests know how to play party games.
  • Give badge ribbons as awards or positive reminders about the fun everyone had.
  • Use bright colors and fun graphics to express your business mantra.

No matter what you decide to do for your summer business fun, don’t forget the ribbons!

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Horizontal badge ribbons from Personalized Ribbons with custom imprinted titles for summer business events to encourage employee engagement.

Your Business & the Merits of Badge Ribbons

Regardless of the event planned, badge ribbons are the perfect accessory. From simple decorations and place settings to helping organize event staff, these identification tools help every business. Use colorful badge ribbons to label the buffet or use them to coordinate different aspects of your next company meeting. Or choose a color that best suits your elected charity for fundraising efforts.

Networking and Meeting New People

Titles are a typical thing to see imprinted on badge ribbons. However, use your imagination and come up with fun things to add to these promotional ribbons. They don’t always have to be professional. Add silly things that will make them memorable such as Coffee Fiend or Here For The Food. Let attendees pick out something that describes their personality so others at a conference or corporate meeting will feel more at ease.

Acknowledge Success Using Prize Ribbons

From rosette ribbons to badge ribbons, we have just what you need to help recognize colleagues, family and friends in their success. When you recognize and acknowledge success in anyone, it has incredible outcomes, especially when you use personalized ribbons.

Acknowledge Success and Achievements

Even in a fun work environment, employees want to feel appreciated for their hard work. Thank each team member for their contribution by customizing badge ribbons that highlight their achievements. From perfect attendance to closing a big sale, recognizing these accomplishments increases company loyalty. It also encourages team members to congratulate each other on their accomplishments. By creating a work culture where everyone feels valued, your employees will love coming to work. You will also attract new talent as word of your positive company culture spreads.

Custom Ribbons

Custom rosette ribbon with a message of outstanding service is a great way to acknowledge success.

Using custom rosette ribbons to acknowledge success will help anyone feel special. Employees, and really anyone, will know how much you care when you put thought into a prize ribbon just for them. And, you can customize these ribbons to say just about anything!

Start by picking how detailed you want the ribbon to be by choosing streamer count and length and how big you want the rosette part. Then you can work out which colors you want for your ribbon. Once you have chosen these styles, add any text and graphics or icons you need for these fun and fabulous ribbons.

Stock Ribbons

Stock award ribbons are a great way to acknowledge success.

While these prize ribbons are pre-designed, they do not take away from any distinguished honors or successes. So, save some time and get a stock ribbon ordered to help you acknowledge success around your office or team today.

Choose from a variety (rosette and flat) of ribbons to give out the recognition someone deserves for a job well done. From simple stock rosettes that simply say 1st Place to flat prize ribbons with bold colors and fantastic messages, all of these ribbons are just as glorious as custom ones.

Recognizing Achievement and Celebrating Excellence

Not only do people like receiving recognition for their achievements, but they deserve it as well. When you recognize achievement, several things happen. One, they are provided with a vital boost to continue in their excellence. Two, they gain happiness for their job well done. And, three, the recognition spills to other people. It’s almost like a ripple effect that goes beyond just the person receiving the recognition. After all, one good turn deserves another, right?

So, how can you learn to make achievements work for you no matter where you work (education, business and organizations)? Driving excellence in your organization will help to boost employee engagement and clientele satisfaction.

Immediately Acknowledge Success

By recognizing achievement as soon as you see it, you help to encourage everyone around you. Whether that’s in an office or a store, these celebrations of success will strengthen your team and help your colleagues perform better while doing their jobs. And, it will help you to see how other’s success will help your success.

3 Ways to Find Business Success with Ribbons

Starting a business is hard work, and having business success requires sacrifices. But, many business owners don’t talk about what you need to keep that success going. This journey to greatness starts with you, the business owner.

While ribbons may not be the answer to every question along the way to success, they will play a key role in many ways. So, make sure to keep these ribbons on hand at all times so they are available to help you when you need them.

Custom ribbons will help in any business success by adding logos and other key company information.

1) Product Packaging

Branded ribbons are a great way to help customers trust your business. Adding a company logo and slogan to ribbon rolls or badge ribbons is a great way to help others recognize your brand. Now that you have these ribbons, you can add them to name tags, products in your store and goody bags that are handed out at conventions and other events.

All other custom ribbons are also here to help your business succeed. No matter your choice, make sure your color, imprint and logo are consistent with your established brand. By adding these ribbons to things that will get passed around (think promotional products or samples), word of mouth advertising will start to work in your favor. Once this happens, potential clients and customers will start recognizing your brand.

2) Customer Retention

A popular way of promoting your brand is to give away promotional products and gifts. This can help you to build your brand recognition and increase sales. Don’t limit yourself on the types of gifts you give away. It can be something as simple as a homemade treat to an actual product sample. Just remember to brand it with your logo, company slogan or something that makes it truly yours. Use ribbon rolls with your slogan to wrap around boxes or gift bags.

Remember that visibility is key to customer retention. By using custom ribbons around your store or office, you are sure to find business success. Customers and clients will start to recognize your brand, and when they need what you offer, you will be at the top of their mind.

3) Employee Appreciation

A happy employee is a helpful one. So, keep your crew happy and you’ll get even more word of mouth advertising. And, by giving to your employees (whether it’s gifts or money), you will get something back.

When you give a gift to your employees, wrap it with care and a little bit of branded ribbon. Use badge ribbons with custom statements declaring your appreciation for a job well done. Or, use ribbon rolls with your logo and the text “Thank You” to show your employees just how much you care.

Ribbons Lead to Business Success

Custom ribbon rolls and badge ribbons with company logo will lead to business success

From color to content, ribbons are a versatile tool that will help anyone with branding their business. However, by customizing badge ribbons to ribbon rolls, you’re giving your brand greater strength. From store sales to getting-to-know-you corporate retreats, ribbons are a perfect way to include those around you that may not know everything they should about your company.

Most of our personalized ribbons can be printed with a company logo and each ribbon has its own value. Ribbon rolls are great for corporate gifting and event decoration. Use badge ribbons only on badge holders and name tags, but also for awards, bookmarks and other recognition pieces. Rosette ribbons are commonly used as awards and also to highlight accomplishments in an office or business setting.

Find business success with imprinted, personalized ribbons. Add a logo and company name for brand recognition. And, most importantly, use each ribbon type in a variety of ways!

Ribbon Stockings DIY for the Holidays

Let’s get into some holiday spirit, and at the same time, have some fun with ribbons! Here’s a fun, crafty project to make your season bright this year. All you need is some imagination and, of course, some ribbons. So, let’s get started on these fun ribbon stockings!

Step One: Ribbons for the stockings.

Yes, the first step is to make sure that you have enough ribbons. So first, determine how many stockings you are going to make. This number will help you figure out how much ribbon you need. For each stocking, we used about three feet of four different colors (12 feet total). You also need to determine which ribbon you will be using. We used leftover strips of our two-inch badge ribbon material. The colors we chose are Deep Gold, Arctic White, Navy and Orange.

Step Two: Gather all of your supplies.

Materials needed to make holiday ribbon stockings include badge ribbons, scissors and a sewing machine.

While ribbons are the base supply for this project, you will need several other things as well. A sewing machine is a must for this project. While you can use a needle and thread and sew these by hand, a machine will significantly speed up the process. You will also need a ruler, fabric scissors and some backing for your stockings. You can use a stocking pattern or grab some cheap felt and draw your own. We used a pre-made felt stocking that we picked up at a dollar store.

Step Three: Start measuring.

Badge ribbons cut into three inch strips to make ribbon stockings.

This step comes in parts. First, we measured our ribbons into six-inch pieces. Then we folded these pieces in half and cut them into three-inch pieces. You can combine this into one step and cut them immediately into three-inch pieces. But we found that wrapping the ribbon roll around a six-inch ruler, it saved some time.

The next part of this step is to make sure that your three-inch strips have straight edges. We tried to work with the original edge but found that straight edges worked better. Yes, this process is tedious but well worth it. You can use the ribbon for accuracy, but that is not completely necessary. We mostly just eye-balled it. However, the edges must be as straight as possible so that all ribbons will line up as you are sewing them together. Without being straight, the ribbons can end up either not being sewn properly or being crooked.

Step Four: Figure out your layout.

The mock up for the holiday ribbon stockings before sewing pieces together.

Once you cut your ribbons into approximately three-inch pieces with straight edges, define your layout and mock it up on a flat surface. Now is the time to be creative! And, laying out the ribbons before you start sewing will allow you to see which colors will be touching. Doing this will help you see and maintain your pattern.

We wanted to make sure there was a pattern for our stockings. So, we chose an alternating look so that gold would not touch gold, orange would not touch orange, etc. (Some of the finished stockings could have used a little more time during this step to make sure this happened.) Your layout will be dependent on the size of your stockings. The size we have fit 11 rows with four pieces each. Now that you have a mock-up of what the finished product will look like, you can start sewing. Make sure you line up the three edges flush before starting your stitching.

Step Five: Start sewing your stockings.

While sewing, it is crucial to watch which colors you are working with and go slowly. Make sure you remember which colors attach together. We used a simple, straight stitch to connect all of the pieces. You also want to make sure that the stitch is as close to the edge as possible, but keep it uniform so that your ribbons will lay flat. Then, start piecing your stocking together. Don’t worry about dangling threads as you can trim them later.

Sew together the first four ribbons and double-check your pattern to make sure you didn’t switch anything around. Then work on your second chain checking to make sure the colors are in order. Now that you have two chains, you need to attach them. Again, make sure that your color scheme is not changing. It is important to continually watch your colors to make sure that you are not switching things around. Repeat this process until you have all of your ribbons stitched together.

Badge ribbons sewn together to make holiday ribbon stockings.

Between each finished row, lay your ribbons down as flat as possible, and double-check that your pattern is correct. Keep repeating these steps until all of your ribbons are sewn together into a “quilted” look. Double-check your pattern that it stayed the same as your layout. If something looks wrong, take a moment to fix it.

Step Six: The finishing touches.

A felt Christmas stocking used to make ribbon stockings.

Now that you have that done, it is time to add in the rest of your stocking. You can use a pattern to form your stocking shape or use a pre-made piece. Again, we got our felt stocking from a dollar store. We disassembled the stocking and laid out the pieces to go with the finished ribbon pattern. Make sure to match front with front so that the right sides will show when you sew it together. You will need to make sure that all of the stocking’s edges are covered with the ribbon.

We then pinned all of the pieces together (wrong side out) before sewing to make sure that they didn’t slip away from the placement. Again, we used a simple, straight stitch and followed the pre-made stocking’s edge to get the correct shape. Once you have sewn the felt pieces to the ribbon, turn everything right-side-out. Double-check that your shape is correct as now is the time to make any necessary adjustments.

Now that you have sewn these pieces together, you can attach the top and decide if you are including a hanger. Then we pinned the top (right-sides-out) of the stocking onto the ribbon portion and ran a simple, straight stitch to connect the pieces. Once this is done, double-check that everything looks good, and you’re done!

Congratulations, you have just completed a Christmas stocking made from ribbons.

PRO TIP: Add a custom shaped name tag to each stocking for additional personalization!