Sticking a spooky glow-in-the-dark Halloween label to your bottle of wine, soda, or spirits is a super-quick way to add some fun to your drinks. Kids will love the eerie pop bottles and adults will get a kick out of seeing scary stickers on the bottle of their favourite drink. They instantly transform wine, soda, and liquor into bottles of poison, blood, zombie virus, truth serum, witch’s brew, and other devilish drinks!
While there are some printable templates available on the internet, I always prefer to buy professionally-made stickers for three simple reasons: they look better, they stick better, and they’re cheap. Since your labels need to stick to bottles and contend with condensation all night, it’s best to avoid homemade versions. To top it off, ready-made stickers will save you time as well, and if you’re responsible for organizing and hosting a Halloween party, you’ll need all the help you can get. This is one simple, inexpensive way to add fun to your party with virtually no effort.
What To Choose?
There are several variations of Halloween bottle labels available on the market and most will fit either wine or spirit bottles. That said, my personal preference is always to find something that will give me the most value for my dollar — and if possible, with an extra kick. In this case, the choice is a no-brainer for me: glow-in-the-dark labels! On top of being inexpensive and looking as great in daylight as any of the other labels out there, these stickers will also glow in the dark or under the dim lights that we so often used during Halloween parties. After all, a Halloween party flooded in bright light is hardly spooky, and reading a label in the dark is hardly easy.
I personally like the ones made by Morbid, because you can get glow-in-the-dark labels not only for wine or spirit bottles, but for soda bottles as well. This allows you to have matching labels with the same glowing feature for all your drinks, alcoholic or not — and I always try to cater as many types of guests as possible. With these, you can cater to drinkers, non-drinkers, and children alike.
I hope this helps you with a quick, easy way to enhance your party. If you need tent cards to identify your party foods, check out my free, printable Halloween food labels.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to post them below!
Tip: If you’re considering serving Halloween-themed cocktails, shots, or beers at your party, check out my favourite Halloween alcoholic drink recipes for inspiration. You can also find great food ideas in the Food & Drink section.