A simple red gift bow casts a shadow on a white background. A gift bow can transform a simple gift into something truly special. Place a bow in a contrasting color on a gift-wrapped box, or place a bow on an unwrapped gift to make it more festive.
A young woman in a red top and white scarf gives a gift to a grateful man. The rectangular gift box is wrapped in gold paper, and decorated with a green and gold bow. Soon the man will open the gift, and discover the treasure inside.
A creatively wrapped gift box holds something delightful inside. The gift box is decorated with red paper, and white and red bows of several sizes and fabrics. The recipient of this gift box will open it to reveal the gift that is hidden inside.
A dark-haired woman with sleekly styled hair models a floor-length formal dress. The dress has a black sleeveless top with ivory accents, and a dramatic ivory skirt with several tiers of ruffles.
Illustration of a holly Christmas wreath adorned with a red ribbon bow. Hang this green Christmas wreath on your front door, and your friends and neighbors will like the bright red bow and berries.
A beautiful bow adorns this woven-wood gift basket. A jar of olives, some sausage, cheese and crackers peek up from the shredded stuffing. There is also a bottle of olive oil to drizzle across the goodies.
White and mauve roses cascade over the bride's arm as she walks down the aisle. Ivy and ferns further emphasize the cascading shape of the bouquet. A sheer white ribbon and bow add a light touch for a summer wedding bouquet.
A dark-haired young woman poses in a bright red party dress, with hands on her hips. The sleeveless red dress has several tiers of ruffles, and a large bow in the center. The woman is wearing a pair of simple black heels for footwear.
A woman wearing a red sweater, black hat, and black gloves is delighted by a gift box. The gift box is wrapped in silver paper, and is adorned with a large silver bow. Everyone loves a brightly wrapped gift box, no matter the occasion.
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By Alex Reimer, Contributor. Forbes. Thu, 13 Feb 2020 20:24:00 +0000.