Print Water Bottle Labels


Water bottles labels for any liquid container

  • Waterproof and textured paper stocks available
  • Classic shape options including rectangle, square, circle, oval
  • Radiused corner options for squares and rectangles
  • Uncoated, gloss, matte, or high gloss coatings
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Water Bottle Label Printing

Water bottle label stocks include uncoated white label, gloss white label, white gloss vinyl, white gloss label, white BOPP (indoor), clear BOPP (indoor), white vinyl (outdoor/indoor), silver metallic BOPP, white vellum texture - estate #8, white laid texture - estate #4, cream laid texture - estate #9. Sizes range from 2" x 2" to 12" x 18" for cut-to-size product labels, and 0.5" x 1.5" to  10" x 5" for roll labels. This makes it possible to create water bottle labels for smaller or oversized beverage containers that suit any brand’s image and needs.

Bottle Label Layout Templates

Our layout templates ensure that your bottle labels meet our printing guidelines with bleed lines. You can download the right layout template in an EPS, PDF, or JPG format.

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Need help with our layout templates?
Please refer our guided layout instructions.

Water bottle label marketing

Water bottle labels aren’t just for businesses that sell beverages. Any business can use water bottle labels to customize drinking water containers and other giveaways for brand and event promotions. This allows you to put your brand on something participants in an event will likely use. Water bottles with your own brand can are also highly appreciated especially during the summer.

Of course, these labels are also a great choice for businesses that do sell beverages. The range of specifications and available stocks also makes water bottle labels a great choice in a variety of situations. Use smaller sized labels for  for small sample bottles, or textured paper labels for more upmarket products.

To learn more about water bottle labels and and other label products, here are a articles from the PrintPlace Blog.