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  Wedding Wine Labels

So you have decided to serve home made wine at the reception and are looking for just the right label to finish off the bottles. Look no further. We have a super selection of wine labels for you to choose from. If you don't see the image you are after, let us know and we will try to create the perfect label for your wedding.

As with all our labels, these are completely customizable at no extra charge. That includes the wording, font type, font color, the picture, anything at all. If you don't see what you are after, contact us with your ideas and we will create a brand new one just for you.

All the standard wine labels measure 4" x 3 1/3" and come 6 per sheet at a cost of $1.99. See our Product Information Page to view descriptions of the label products we sell. We are happy to make your labels any size you want. Please contact us with the size you want and we will let you know how many we can get on a sheet for you. Custom sized labels require cutting out prior to pealing and sticking them to the bottles.

All of our wine labels are available with matching wine collars having the same image on them. The wine collars are 1" x 2 5/8" in size. They usually have the bride and groom's first names and the wedding date, but can have anything you like on them.

If you would like other wording on the wine labels, check out the wedding verses page. Any of those verses can also be used or modified for the wine labels.

These are made of a matte-white, non-waterproof paper product. As such, if they get wet, the ink will run or smudge. Here is a tip we have successfully used on labels for our own home made wine that will help solve that problem. Buy a can of spray varnish from your local hardware store. Spray the sheets with a fine coat of varnish and let dry. Spray again and let dry. This will seal the ink in and make them virtually water proof. Having said that, if you were to soak them in ice water, it may have a negative effect on the label. But condensation from chilling the wine and putting them out where it is warm should not be a problem.

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