Custom T-Shirts for wine
Tour de Wine Bachelorette Weekend by Lynn - 3 months ago
Bachelorette years we've known the bride by Nizova - 7 months ago
"16 girls toured the wineries of the hill country in Texas in honor of our friend getting married. We decided to put the number of years we have known the bride on the back of our shirts. This was taking at 4.0 Winery in Fredericksberg, TX underneath a beautiful tree. "
Cassmeyer Buddymoon! by LaurieGibbons - about 2 years ago
"Our friends Brian and Cassie Brockmeyer got married in Sonoma, CA, on July 21, 2012. After the wedding, they decided to go to Lake Tahoe for the week, and we decided to go along! Because we were essentially crashing their honeymoon, we decided to get t-shirts to commemorate the occasion. The front says "Cassmeyer Honeymoon" and the back says "It's impossible to separate a great wine from a great experience," as a nod to the wine-infused nature of the wedding. This picture was taken on July 22, 2012, the day after Brian and Cassie (the aforementioned Cassmeyer) got married, at the Pier Bar in Incline Village on Lake Tahoe. We raised dacquiris, wine and beer to toast to Cassmeyer many times! Several other people at the bar were impressed with our shirts and took pictures. It was a great time, made greater by our fantastic shirts!"
We're Competing For A Cause by Zachys Wine and Liquor, Inc - about 3 years ago
"With the 10 year anniversary of September 11th fast approaching, the ENTIRE staff here at ZACHYS (pictured) did not want to let this date just slide on by. There are thousands of families that have suffered losses, many of which we have a chance to help out. When we gathered to discuss the concept of commemorating 9/11/11 the whole ZACHYS team knew that we wanted to do SOMETHINGâ€¦but what? It was such a â€œnumbingâ€ series of events 10 years ago that so many of us stood by feeling helpless wanting to know what more we could do. Hereâ€™s our chance today! On September 11, 2011, Andrew McMurray, vice president of Zachys has chosen to participate in a HALF IRONMAN triathlon in Croton-On-Hudson NY. Given the importance of the day and what it could mean to ZACHYS, our family, friends and supporters of the storeâ€¦We felt this would be the perfect way to show â€œWe Will Never Forgetâ€. Over the course of this Summer he has been logging in countless hours in the water, on the bike and running the streets of Westchester. All with one goal in mind. To reach our fundraising goal of $20,000 for Families of Freedom. Families of Freedom is a charity that was set up to ensure that secondary schooling and college would be an option for those children who lost parents in the 9/11 attacks. We all know how much college costs these days and a goal of $20,000 is a very fair one. This past weekend (July 29-30th), the Zachys staff rallied together in their â€œWe will never forgetâ€ t-shirts and worked the streets of Scarsdale at the ZACHYS lemonade stand and raised $800+, one glass at a time. Our resolve and commitment to hitting this goal is unwavering and when I cross that finish line we ALL want to be able to raise our hands in the air with a great sense of accomplishment on what we achieved on such an important day."
Elk Cove Harvest Crew 2010 by ECV - almost 4 years ago
"This is our 6th year of using Custom Ink for our Harvest Crew tshirts at Elk Cove Vineyards in Gaston, Oregon, and every year, our theme is the vintage. Since 2010 was behind schedule and the fruit had to hang a little longer, our theme was hang time, thus "Hang '10." Our dedicated team wears their collection of crew shirts all throughout harvest, no matter how grape stained they have become!"
Wine in the Woods by DeeAnn - over 4 years ago
Blue Van Rules! by BlueVan - over 6 years ago
"A group of us go on an annual wine tasting trip and each year we keep adding another van full of people (36 people this year -- 3 vans). We own our blue van while the other 2 vans rent white ones. To further our competition between the rival vans and display our van's superiority we surprised the other groups by showing up to the first winery sporting our custom ink t-shirts. The looks on their faces was priceless. We had so many people (not our group) coming up to us that day asking where they could buy those shirts, because the back of the shirts had a grape cluster and the Winter Wine Weekend event name and location on them. We had a great time and I think we will have to create something else for next year to once again, one-up the other vans."