For this post I have prepared a packaging for a Rosehip Wine. Since my friends have previously made a rosehip wine I thought there is nothing stopping me from doing a packaging for it.
There are dozens of varieties of wild rose throughout the word, with more than two dozen in the United States. Additionally, there are thousands of varieties of domesticated roses. All produce fruit called hips in which the seeds develop. The hips develop slowly during the summer, turn orange in late August and September, and then turn red around October. They are ripe and ready to pick when red.
Rose hip wine is considered by some to be second in quality only to grape wines. Others may feel less strongly about it, but all agree that a good, mature rose hip wine is very good indeed. Pick 2 to 3-1/2 pounds of rose hips per gallon of wine.
I have created several different label options to give myselves a plenty of choice to choose from. I have also expanded the idea covering the wrapping paper for the bottle.
Prior to designing drawing my ideas is very important to me. I sometimes don’t use any of the ideas from the sketches, but at least I can somehow clarify things prior designing on the computer.
A clear branding is important, therefore I have spent some time designing branding assets to ensure my customers will be able to remember my new brand and recognise the differents flavours of the products without the need of reading the label.
I have created several different label options to give myselves a plenty of choice to choose from. I have also kept the colours consistent to help with recognition of the brand.