Wine Bottle Anniversary Labels Free Printable

My cousin is throwing a bridal shower for her good friend and asked if I could help with the centerpieces. Instead of a normal floral centerpiece, she decided to put wine bottles on each table, each with an anniversary wine bottle label. Then after the shower the bride-to-be can take home these “centerpieces” and use them for their special anniversaries. LOVE this idea!

Anniversary wine bottle label

There are 8 labels in total, sized 4×5 inches each.

anniversary wine bottle labelsEach label shows an anniversary year (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25).
With the year it shows the “theme” plus the meaning behind it.

DOWNLOAD THE FILE HERE.

anniversary wine bottle labels free printables

Pretty cute idea, right?
HOPE YOU ENJOY!

And tomorrow Ben and I are celebrating our 10 year anniversary!
Crazy, right?

Anniversary wine bottle label FREE PRINTABLE

Bachelorette Party at the Wineries

The best part of living in St. Louis is that you’re only a couple of minutes away from wine country, and this is definitely the time of year to enjoy it!

So my sister had a bachelorette party this past weekend for one of her college friends at a winery and asked me to help her make some personalized wine glasses for the event!

There were 18 total girls that were going to the party so we purchased some medium sized glasses from the nearby Dollar Store.

I then went to Michaels for the supplies. Since the wedding colors are navy blue and green, I chose scroll patterned ribbon to decorate the stems of the glasses and scored 4 total spools for $4.

I cut the ribbon into 6 inch sections, one of each color. Then I tied them into smaller bows around the stems.

Next I used fabric paint from Michaels ($1 for each bottle) to decorate the base of the wine glass with polka dots in navy and lime green. I used Scribbles fabric paint since it’s waterproof and shouldn’t budge with the condensation from the wine.


 Once the paint was dry, we placed silver stickers to spell out the names of the girls on the wine glasses, including Bridesmaid or Maid of Honor tags. We rotated capital and lowercase letters to give it some character.

On the opposite side of the names, we used silver wedding bell stickers and hearts. On the bride’s wine glass, we also included the date of her wedding.

Total cost of the project was $23 for the paint, stickers, and ribbon from Michael’s, plus $18 for the wine glasses. Pretty cute for around $40!