When it comes to luxury Packaging, what do you think matters most?
Customers tend to notice different things, and those things aren’t always obvious to the manufacturer. While you might want a customer to read everything they can on the package, chances are they won’t. You want the customer to recognize the brand and colors, but how many actually do?
Well, it depends.
Luxury and high-end packaging rely on some common tropes to float ideas into the minds of consumers. Soft wraps. Bold fonts. Foil inlays. And more. If you use secondary packaging, or a box encasing your main product, read on.
Luxury Packaging Details Not to Miss
The fastest growing Luxury Packaging market is the beauty industry. From make-up to lotions to creams, new products are hitting the market daily. But what entices a consumer to pick up a new brand?
If you’re using secondary luxury packaging, 40% of those surveyed said that an easy-to-read name was an important factor in whether they gave the product a second thought. Additionally, 33% need the product to be easy to see on the shelf or display area. Makes sense, right? Customers can’t buy your product if they don’t see it – and they can’t recommend it if they can’t pronounce it.
Additionally, customers want luxury packaging that’s durable. It might surprise you to know that there’s a market on eBay and other resellers for luxury brand packaging, from Lululemon bags to Cartier watch cases. Ensuring that your packaging is durable and hardy is a sure sign to convey high-end to customers. Thirty-six percent also note that the packaging needs to be easy to open. Depending on your market, this becomes increasingly important if you’re targeting baby boomers. Like it or not, aging hands aren’t as dexterous or strong as they were. Making luxury packaging easy to open helps them out.
While it’s true that most people won’t read every bit of content created for your packaging, they do like to see certain things:
- promised benefits
- independently-conducted consumer study results
- recognizable recommendation (hello, influencers)
Highlight any other important selling points. Is your product eco-friendly? Say so on the packaging. Give consumers every reason to pick up your product boxes.
Targeted High End Primary and Secondary Packaging
By using these factors to design your luxury packaging, you can start to learn to what customers respond, and make it better with every iteration. Another option is to do it right the first time. Contact Sunrise Packaging ASAP to leverage our expertise in the high end packaging market.
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