Give your perfect scent a perfect look.
Match the quality of your candles with expertly printed labels and stickers produced by Crown Labels, available in a wide variety of materials.
High quality printing including foil printing
Luxurious synthetics and premium papers
Multiple design variations with digital printing
See some of our Candle Labels
Candle Label Options
Crown Labels has developed close relationships with many candle producers, helping to create new and exciting labels through a variety of printing techniques. Our Epson Digital press is capable of printing multiple variations without plate charges, enabling us to offer lower minimum order quantities than competitors, and at a better print quality.
Select from a variety of materials suited to jars, tins and other candle containers, including premium papers and luxury synthetics.
Shapes and Sizes
Our range of stock cutters accommodate for thousands of shapes and sizes, including those for jars, tins and bottles.
Customise your labels with unique batch numbers or references, perfect for highlighting hand made or custom candle products.
Digital printing unlocks an almost unlimited selection of colours. Alternatively, use stunning metallic foils - or combine both!
Candle Label adhesives need to be durable to be able to stick to the candle container while also withstanding warmth and heat.
Our variety of label finishing capabilities means we can offer the best option to suit your candle label design and application.
Key Features of Candle Labels
Quality Materials and Finishes
It's often not possible to actually smell the scent of your candles, particularly when selling online, which means that visual appeal is the next most important element. Make sure that your candle labels stand out with high quality labels.
Limited edition print runs
If you're a candle producer who creates small batches and limited edition versions, then our digital capabilities are for you. Crown Labels can print multiple varieties without plate charges and at low starting costs.
Refined colour schemes
Colour is a vital consideration for candle and diffuser labels, as it helps to set customer expectations for the scent and overall experience. Most companies use soft, muted colours to reflect the calming influence of their candles.