Dress up a root beer bottle with these spooky printable bottle labels! Perfect for a Halloween party drink for kids or adults.
Hi Remodelaholics! For those who don’t know me, my name is Michelle and I’m the editor of a creative lifestyle blog called Elegance & Enchantment and I also run a stationery/print shop called Enchanted Prints.
Regular readers will remember the popular First Day of School Signs and this Healthy Meal Planner. With school back in session, it’s time to start thinking about the upcoming holidays, starting with Halloween!
A couple years ago I shared some retro-inspired bottle labels for Halloween that I created and they’ve remained to be one of my favorite projects, to date.
As much as I love that old fashioned style, I was itching to create a second set, in a design that was a little bit cleaner and that would appeal to a larger crowd.
Printable Halloween Bottle Labels + Neck Wraps
If you’re planning on hosting a Halloween party this year, or just like to make things extra special for your kiddos, these printable Halloween party bottle labels should come in handy for you!
Included in the set are four different designs + four patterned wraps for the neck of the bottles.
- Witches Brew
- Vampire Blood
- Spider Venom
- Skeleton Elixir
They will certainly give your guests a chuckle and may also make it fun for them to figure out what they are actually drinking.
If you are having a party for kids and adults together, you will want to separate the alcoholic from the non-alcoholic drinks, just so there are no mishaps!
How to Attach Printable Bottle Labels
Construction is easy as pumpkin pie. Simply purchase, download, and print out the printable file on 8.5 x 11 printer paper (no card stock needed), trim out each label, and paste the designs right over the existing bottle labels.
Double sided tape works great, and best of all, there’s no mess!
Alternatively, you can print them on adhesive paper, trim them out and attach them to the bottles just like a sticker.
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Be sure to stay connected— I’ll be sharing more Halloween printables that match these bottles on my blog, throughout September and October!
I’d absolutely love to see your Halloween parties in action on Instagram! Make sure to tag your photos with #enchantedprints so I can check them out.
Looking for even more printables for Fall? Click on the thumbnails below to see more. Look forward to seeing you again next month!
- Printable Last-Minute Halloween Costumes for Groups (great for a photo booth!)
- Halloween Monster Treat Tag or Decor Printable
- 5 Fun and Easy Halloween Party Treats for Kids
- Spooky printable vintage medical images (plus ideas for how to use them!)
- Halloween Holiday Countdown Calendar DIY
Pin this to save for future party planning!
Published 15 Sept 2015 // Updated 27 Oct 2020