I will not be accepting new customers from 1st October 2019. Existing customers will continue to be supported until at least the end of 2020.

This honey label service has grown considerably since I started it in 2012. It was only intended to be part time but has reached the point where it has become difficult to keep up with demand and it has also become a considerable drain on my time with minimal, and unneeded, financial reward. In July 2019 I celebrated my 70th birthday and wish to spend more time with my wife, children, grandchildren and friends.

I will review operations in September 2020 but will support existing customers until at least the end of 2020.


For the hobbyist beekeeper bespoke honey labels can be prohibitively expensive with the costs of setup costing more than the actual cost of the printing.

It is my objective to provide a honey label service to beekeepers which is:

Flexible – as to size, design including using customers’ designs images or photographs, material¬†used for the labels and quantity of labels required;

Responsive – to your requirements and if necessary working to very tight deadlines;

Fairly priced – no set up costs and a fixed charge per sheet of labels dependent on the the label stationery and whether colour printed or black and white;

Compliant Рmeeting honey and food labelling regulations;

Good quality – designed using desktop publishing software and printed using a high quality four colour laser printer;

Personal – building relationships with customers and their beekeeping operation no matter how small;

Repeatable – designs are saved for each customer and can be reused in original or modified versions for future orders.

John Dudman

john@bespokelabels.net