These New Year’s Eve Printable Bottle Labels have been updated for 2017!
Nothing says “Happy New Year” like a good bottle of champagne. I’m not a big drinker, but when I do indulge, it’s usually over a good bottle of bubbly. When I order it in restaurants, I always feel the need to inform our server that I’m not celebrating anything— I just love champagne, and that’s reason enough!
There’s something that makes my heart go pitter-patter even more than champagne does, and that, my friends, is a nicely designed label. When my hubby and I go shopping for wine, he turns to me and says, “Okay, have at it,” before I proceed to choose a few bottles, based solely on aesthetics. I am always in awe of the level of creativity when it comes to wine and beer labels, but champagne bottle designers— you need to step up your game. Which is why I had no qualms about covering up these two bottles with my own labels.
These New Year’s Eve party labels were designed to match the invitation that I shared a couple days ago, in a festive black and gold color scheme. My favorite thing to do is to mix bold sans serif fonts with frilly scripts, and I think it works extra well in this case (if I do say so myself). If you didn’t get the chance to download the invitation printable (which is customizable using Adobe Reader), you can find that post here.
Coming up next week, I’ll be sharing a set of four party coasters to round out this New Year’s Eve party “suite” of designs.
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All three components are set up for you as PDFs, that you can easily download, print and trim. You’ll end up with a professional looking party package that you paid nothing for. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to spend less money, you’re already off to a great start.
I printed my bottle labels on regular old computer paper and trimmed them out with a craft knife and a ruler (you can also use scissors). If you have a tape gun (I use mine more than any craft tool I own), you can apply the adhesive to the back using that. If not, some double sided tape works just as good!
Remember to check back on Tuesday to grab your party coasters!
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