Capture Lightning in a Bottle With Bottle Labels
Add branding to any bottle with custom bottle labels. Personalized labels enhance bottled products by adding unmistakable branding and required details such as ingredients and nutritional information. These are ideal for budding homebrewers who want to sell micro-batch bottles.
Custom bottle labels are also perfect for events like birthdays and weddings. You can replace the labels of wines and beers with ones personalized just for the occasion, making it a memorable conversation piece at any table.
Choosing the Right Material for Bottle Labels
You can choose what material to use for your bottle labels. Selecting the right material boils down to how you and your customers will use them.
- We recommend going with film for bottle labels since this is waterproof and our most durable material. It can be refrigerated and is resistant to tearing.
- For a premium look, we recommend Estate #8. It has a unique texture that adds a layer of sophistication and elegance to bottles. These kinds of labels are often used for wine bottles and gourmet products.
- If your bottled products aren’t exposed to moisture and water, you can opt for paper in glossy and matte finishes.
Making Your Own Bottle Labels Step by Step
We’ve simplified the design process to make printing easier for everyone. You can create unique bottle labels for your brand in four easy steps:
- Choose the label type, shape, size, material, and quantity.
- Use our 3D Design Studio to create your design or upload your print-ready file.
- Customize your design online. You can add images, text, shapes, and colors.
- Complete the order process and checkout once you’re done with your design.
Frequently Asked Questions
Labels using film material are waterproof. They are also tear-, moisture-, and oil-resistant. Bottle labels using Estate #8 material, on the other hand, can withstand refrigeration, but are not waterproof.
Yes, you can have your bottle labels printed in a custom shape. Choose ‘Custom’ from the Shape dropdown menu when placing your order.
No. Bottle labels use permanent adhesive. Trying to remove and reapply the label may tear and damage it.