The rumors are true, BonBonBar will be relaunching right here in the Bay Area, Berkeley to be exact! (and just in time for Halloween) Armed with it’s already popular array of treats BonBonBar became renowned for down in Los Angeles, BonBonBar will be adding a few new treats right from launch.
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To illustrate the wedding favor labels for a NY/DC romance I was asked to create the Empire State Building and the Washington Monument. The Washington Monument was fairly straight forward (being that it is a monolith) but the Empire State Building was to be the more daunting task to convey the recognizable structure in a simplistic manor to match the weight of the Washington Monument. I am rather pleased with the outcome and thankfully so were the bride and groom.
I recently had the pleasure of designing a custom label for a happy couples wedding favors. The labels were Africa inspired and included giraffes. The original request was for a pairing of a zebra and giraffe (right) but the couple later chose to go with two giraffes (left) of different sizes for the illustration on the labels.
Each piece of our Peanut Butter Bar is inspired by a favorite PB sandwich.
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This Orange Bar accents tangy candied orange peel with the rich flavors of pecans, caramel, and honey.
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Our nostalgic Malt Bar showcases our commitment to combine the quality of artisan chocolate with the fun of traditional candy bars.
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Our Caramel Nut Bar is packed full of organic almonds, organic walnuts, and pecans grown in California.
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Our Cherry Bar highlights the best of California’s organic cherries and almonds, accented by the richness of Tahitian vanilla.
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Handmade Caramels in Five distinct flavors: Cinnamon Almond, Classic, Salted Chocolate Nut, Single Malt Scotch and Wildflower Honey.Continue reading “Caramels”