The next fall I ordered a bottle as a gift for my very best friend to give to her on the morning of her wedding. Unfortunately, the label did not turn out how I had in mind, so I contacted them and they sent me a new label. She loved the gift, so I was pleased, but it still wasn't what I hoped for, so when it came to ordering wine for two more weddings the following summer, I had other plans in mind.
Instead of an unattractive photo of gold wedding bands in the background, I found a picture of them that I knew they both really love and used that. We of course kept the name of the vineyard and the wine on the front of the label.
For the inscription, I chose to use a textured background using a similar color from their photo. We changed all the fonts as well and rotated the inscription so that it didn't run into the monogram on the front of the label.
It was so easy to make. All we did was measure the label from our bottle and went into Microsoft Publisher (because we don't have any of those fancy programs like Photoshop) and inserted a text box the size of the label dimentions. Once that was done, all we had to do was fill in the information that we wanted to use. Then to print it, we bought full sized, 8.5x11, sheets of label paper. Once printed, we cut it out, peeled off the backing and attached it to the bottle. And Ta-da!! A personalized bottle of wine!!
**If you'd like a more step by step tutorial just send me an email. This post was too long to add it here**