Want to make a statement at your wedding reception, without going overboard on your budget?
Here’s an easy, economical way to make your own mini champagne wedding favors or party favors using personalized wine labels and mini champagne bottles. One of a kind and elegant, your guest will love them!
Wedding Wine Favor
All you’ll need are mini champagne bottles for each guest, and custom wine labels for the bottles.
Remove the front label on a mini champagne bottle. In the photo above, we used a 187 ml bottle of sparkling wine. You can buy mini champagne bottles by the case at your local wine retailer. (Don’t forget to get a few extras!)
Here’s a study I would love to volunteer for:
Have Scientists Found Another Reason to Love Champagne?
Researchers at Reading University in the UK have been feeding Champagne to some very lucky lab rats. They have discovered that the equivalent of three glasses of Champagne a week seems to boost the rats’ memories, and may even slow down or ward off dementia and Alzheimer’s.
So far they’ve only conducted lab tests, but they are planning to start human trials soon.
According to the article, they think it’s the phenolic acid found in red grape skins that is causing this beneficial side effect.
Now that summer is here in all its glory, we’re all looking for ways to stay cool. For home winemakers and brewers, that means chilling our homemade wines and beers to enjoy with dinner and by the pool.
A cold homemade beverage shared at a barbecue or picnic tastes great in the heat, but condensation can ruin your label. If you printed your wine label at home, it could streak and run when damp, creating an unsightly mess.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can avoid streaks and smears and always have beautiful bottles when you order your personalized wine labels from Noontime Labels. All of our custom labels are water resistant and won’t smear or run going when you grab one from the refrigerator or cooler.
Noontime Labels is once again proud to be a sponsor of the annual WineMaker Magazine Conference, held this year in Monterey, CA. The conference starts May 17, and I have a lot to get ready in the next week and a half.
One of the fun things I get to do is to select some of my own homemade wines to share at the Wine Share and Tasting Party. And I’ve been wondering how my wines will hold up on the flight from Florida to California.
A few months ago we bottled our yearly batch of homemade mango wine, and this year we decided to get a little creative. We made a few bottles of sparkling mango wine, since Mrs. Noontime loves a good champagne, or even a bad one. (Her words, not mine…)
We decided not to do the traditional method of disgorging and just threw yeast and sugar in the bottles (figuratively). We just let the yeast do their thing, and will be careful of the sediment at the bottom of the bottle.