Free Printable: Halloween Wine Labels

Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.

Back in September I designed a fun retro-inspired Halloween Party Invitation for the Etsy shop. Since the theme was a cocktail party, I thought it would only be appropriate to design some fun wine/beer/liquor labels to match. Whether you are planning a spooky bash at the end of October, or just want to add some fun to your own personal bottles (shh…don’t tell my hubby that I re-labeled his pumpkin brews)— these labels are perfect for celebrating Halloween. Simply print, trim and use some double sided tape to adhere them to your bottles. They will fit perfectly on wine bottles or a 22oz bottle of beer.

Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.

You can even punch holes your label and add some twine to hang around the neck of bottle that you don’t want to permanently redecorate (I thought I’d draw the line at defacing my hubby’s scotch bottles). They can also hang around the neck of a drink pitcher.

Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment. Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.

Here’s a peek at the invitation that inspired the labels. Unfortunately the invitation is not a freebie, since it needs to be customized. If you’d like to order your own printable or printed invitations to match your free labels, you can purchase them here.
Free Retro-Styled Halloween printable labels for beer, wine and soda pop bottles. Download and print for a fun and spooky Halloween Party! Designs from Elegance and Enchantment.

Click here to download your Free Printable Halloween Beverage Labels (updated for 2015)!

The matching customized Halloween Party Invitation can be purchased in my Etsy shop.

Fonts used for the labels are: Trend // Rosewood // Refreshment Stand // Forque

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11 Comments

  • Reply Heather Chandler October 15, 2013 at 4:44 am

    Is there any reason you spelt cauldrons wrong on the invitation?

    • Reply Michelle October 15, 2013 at 2:40 pm

      Ah! How embarrassing! Thanks for letting me know Heather!

    • Reply Laura November 13, 2013 at 2:59 pm

      Cauldrons is written correctly, it can also be written like this caldrons.

      • Reply Michelle November 13, 2013 at 9:51 pm

        Thanks Laura! Good to know! :)

  • Reply Brooke October 29, 2013 at 3:12 pm

    Love, love, love your labels! Thanks so much for sharing. Happy Tuesday to you!

    • Reply Michelle October 29, 2013 at 3:21 pm

      Thank you so much Brooke! I always have fun creating fun projects like this and I hope it shows. : ) Happy Tuesday to you too!

  • Reply Cathy January 17, 2014 at 3:40 am

    These are so cute…but I just found them…in 2014 – any chance they can be made editable for the year only?
    Regardless, they are wonderful!! Thank you.

  • Reply Eva Kirschbaum August 24, 2015 at 11:39 pm

    Love you site! Any chance you will be updating for 2015? Such a cute idea!

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