Thursday, June 4, 2015

DIY Bridesmaids Wine Bottle

A Bride On A Budget received these bottles of wine for this post. Additional items were purchased by ABOAB without compensation.

When my friend's cousin asked her to be a bridesmaid, she did it with a bottle of wine. I thought it was so cute ... and maybe something you might want to do.

So I did what anyone would do, I created a free printable for you. Actually, I created two of them. One is for you to ask your girls to be your bridesmaids, the other is for your future in laws.


The printables are at the bottom of the post. You can just save them to your desktop (by right clicking) and print them. They are formatted for an 8.5x11 sheet of paper, so it fits perfectly on a sheet of printer paper. I also made them in generic colors so anyone can use them.

DIY Bridesmaids Wine Bottle 


What You'll Need:
  • Printer paper
  • Printables
  • Tape
  • Ruler
  • Paper trimmer
  • Bottles of wine (We used three bottles of Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi wine: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Riesling. These are currently on display in every grocery store around here. I cut my labels to fit these.)

What You'll Do:


Print the printables. With a ruler, measure four inches* (with the text centered between it) and make a small mark with a pencil.

*Four inches is the height of the Woodbridge wine label. If you're using a different brand, you will need to measure and cut accordingly.


Using the pencil marks as a guide, cut the image onto a four-inch strip.

Be really careful in case you have a super cute and nosy like mine who completely wants to be included in everything. My cat, Totes McGotes, always wants to be involved. He was so good and just sat and watched me, but I was worried about him close to the blade.


Wrap the label around the bottle, taping it in the back.


That's it.

If you want, you can leave a little extra room at the top and write your bridesmaids' names above the image. The printable has enough space for you to do that.

If you're feeling really creative (or just don't like your handwriting), you can open the printables in a program like PicMonkey (which is what I used to design these originally) and add in your bridesmaids' name up above the image. Just be sure to keep it small enough to fit on the front of the bottle. You can use my image as a guide.

Bridesmaids printable:


Future in laws printable:


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We have a few other wedding printables available for free, too. They're all listed below:

BRIDAL BABBLE: Would you makes a bridesmaids wine bottle for your girls?


  1. Those are cute printables!! My aunt was my only bridesmaid and I asked her over the phone. I wish now I had done something more creative.

  2. These are so cute! I love the one for your in-laws :)

  3. Such a great idea that can be used for SO many event! I might have to steal it for a girls weekend I'm planning :)

  4. Such a neat idea. Hopefully one day I'll be able to use them. :) I have downloaded and saved them so thank you!