Bottle Neck Tags
Bottle Neck Tags
Want to ditch the packaging on your drinks bottles but still need to get your brand and information across? Our seed bottle neck tags are perfect.
These can be used as branding and packaging, or use for events and gifts to represent specific employee awards or place names.
Our plantable seed paper bottle neck tags add an air of elegance whilst underlining the sustainable messaging in your products.
95 x 200 mm. Please ensure your design is created to this size.
Bleed: 3mm (if necessary only)
Margin: 5 mm (safe area)
Trim lines: recommended but not necessary.
Submit high resolution files. Supported files: JPEG, PNG, PDF, AI or PSD.
Keep designs simple, avoid large colour blocks and keep backgrounds plain - let the paper stand out! Ink can affect seed growth, so the more ink you have the less chances of germination.
If we do notice any errors or experience any issues with the design, we will of course get in touch, however this is not a guarantee and will slow down the production process.
To learn more about our paper, see here.
As a guideline, we aim to dispatch your order within 3-5 business days for UK delivery of non-personalised items. Personalised items will vary by quantities and how busy we are but we will aim to dispatch as soon as we can - generally within 5-10 business days. Please bear this in mind when placing your order. If you do need your order faster or by a specific date, please get in touch and ask. We will do our best to accommodate. Please note: the EXPRESS postage option applies to a faster delivery and does not speed up production time.
We aim to process orders as quick as possible without compromising on quality, however times will be dependant on our workload at time of ordering as well as the size of the order.
Planting information is available on our blog and can be included on printed products.
We can print any of our products on any of our papers for wholesale orders. For wholesale enquires, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
When printing on Seed Paper there is a lot to consider. We recommend using low ink designs and avoiding block colours of photographs. Whilst these do print they are not the best use of the board for many reasons. Firstly, seed paper's best quality is the visual nature and large ink blocks hide this. Secondly, the ink has a negative impact upon the germination process. Finally, due to the uneveness in air dried papers it may not give the best finish.
Keep designs simple, avoid large colour blocks and keep backgrounds plain - let the paper stand out! If we do notice any errors or experience any issues with the design, we will of course get in touch, however this is not a guarantee and will slow down the production process.