Party Boxes (12 pack)

These deli style party boxes are a great alternative to the gable shaped party box. These stylish food boxes are leak proof, grease resistant and microwavable, perfect for traditional cold party food or for hot treats like noodles, pizza or fish and chips. With a choice of Kraft or White these pretty party boxes are an ideal size for individual picnic boxes and for childrens party food boxes, they are also so easy to transport pre-filled and stacked up. They also make beautiful gifts and favors or perhaps to use as baking boxes or for other homemade treats like fudge or sweets. These biodegradable boxes look amazing just as they are but with a little bakers twine or washi tape can easily be personalised or matched to your party theme. You could even get the children involved in an activity decorating their own or to entertain them whilst you prepare the party table.

Choose from Kraft or White

  • Made in the UK from sustainable paperboard with a poly lining.
  • Biodegradable
  • dimensions:     L 17cm x W 14cm x H 6.5 cm
Colour
Kraft
White

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Great for party lunches

I used these as lunch boxes for all the little guests at my daughters 5th birthday party. They doubled up as party bags later too. Really great product.



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They look very elegant

Time

These don't come assembled so allow yourself enough time for folding the foil into strips and attaching with bands. Looked lovely on the fireplace (not lit!)

Order enough

This only filled 2 numbers and two 16in orbs so definitely order more than you need and note it gets expensive!!! Do a design that allows you to use air and hang upside down and save helium for where you really need it.

Just what I needed

Guess what- it was perfect for a hen party! Top quality.

Beautiful!

Took forever to blow up but worth it! Only needed them for 2 nights but a week later they're still alive. :)