Our Favorite Chocolate Packaging For Valentine's Day 2020

by Jessica Deseo on 02/13/2020 | 4 Minute Read

It's that time of year, where we shower our significant other with jewelry, flowers, wine, or an impossible-to-get reservation at the trendiest restaurant possible.

Or we shower ourselves with those gifts because sometimes you gotta' treat yo self. Either way, according to Statista, the most gifted item on Valentine's Day in the U.S are candy and sweets. So, we've rounded up a collection of our favorite packaging that contains the oh-so-decadent treat. 

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"Our rebrand for Australian chocolatiers Bahen&Co used their star product—their chocolate bar—as the starting point. We decided to update the designs and give their wrappers a fresh new look." 

Studio Ingrid Picanyol

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If you have something which is made just for you, wouldn’t it be happy? Gattenio was born with this exact thought. We wanted to reflect the difference of similarities in life with chocolates prepared by making only one of each product. On this occasion, the challenge was much deeper than just creating a new brand. Thinking about the chocolate industry, we decided to show people how chocolate can get presented differently and how it can feel special." 

Via Hakan Ihtiyaroglu

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"andSons is a second-generation chocolatier formed by two brothers (Phil and Marc Covitz), a renowned pastry chef (Kriss Harvey), and a love of fine chocolate. Bridging the gap between old and new, andSons marries their European heritage with the inspiration and creativity of their Los Angeles roots, reimagining the world’s most important food group – chocolate!" 

Via &Sons

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"There’s an interesting juxtaposition with chocolate. It starts as a raw, grungy ingredient, and then it’s transformed into a silky, elegant, and luxurious product. It's important for "bean to bar" chocolate to represent its origins and show the cocoa's journey from sack to pack. We've done this by using a raw stenciled typeface that contrasts the luxurious gold foil. The markings found on cocoa sacks were the typographic inspiration for this project. Sack markings are always set in a bold typeface and printed in black ink."

Via Percentage Chocolate

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Casa Bosque's organic chocolate builds on the historical foundations of rich, single-origin cacao from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and other parts of South America. Our mission is to source rare, premium quality cacao beans from specialty producers, transforming them with a refined assortment of fine herbs, spices, and other complementary flavors in a palette ranging from delicate and smooth to complex and invigorating. 

Via Casa Bosques & Apartamento

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Compartes Chocolate 2020 Valentines Edition

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Chez Christopher 

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This $280 box of Chocolate Ganache is one of the most expensive in the world. Definitely a great Valentine's Day gift to impress any chocolate lover. 

Via Marie Belle 

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