Paint and sip parties are an unforgettable way to spend an afternoon, creating works of modern art and meeting like-minded people in a relaxed setting where you can enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee. This is a somewhat new business concept to bring people together in a relaxed setting around an activity.

If you’re thinking about considering opening a paint and sip business of your own, explore our list of 150 original name suggestions that can captivate prospects to take part in this experience and bring their friends. Here are the best business name ideas organized by category.

Names for Paint and Sip Business

Sunset painting with a glass of wine.

Coming up with a name for your own paint and sip business can be challenging. You’ll need to convey the message of fun and art. And you certainly don’t want to scare off paint newbies. So whether you are catering to girls nights, mother daughter sessions, business parties, or open forum groups, we have the right name.

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  • A Drinkable Mix
  • Better Brushstrokes
  • Strokes of Magic
  • Newbie Paint Co.
  • Passion Painters
  • Palette People
  • Booze n Brushes
  • Your Vision Framed
  • Chardonnay Shade
  • Create and Swig
  • Drinking with Brushes
  • The Simple Paint Co.
  • Jar Party
  • Kasiri Artists
  • Let’s Paint and Drink
  • Madeira Masterclass
  • Making Spirits Bright
  • Merlot and A Masterpiece
  • Merlot and Monet
  • Denver Paint Company
  • Mimosa Masterpieces
  • Making Paint Dry
  • My Swig Code
  • Oil and Wine
  • Patty’s Palette
  • Paint a Porter
  • Paint N’ Pour
  • Paint Wine
  • Painting with a Twist
  • Painting with Port
  • Rum and Picassos
  • Shade Culture
  • Sip ‘n Spray
  • Sippin’ n Dippin’
  • Sipping n Painting
  • Sips and Splatters
  • Sips n’ Strokes
  • Sloshed Art
  • Sparkling Portraits
  • Deep Blues
  • The Color Wine
  • The Sake Canvas
  • Vino Painting
  • Vino Volante
  • Wine Joueurs
  • Wine on Canvas

Paint Party Name Ideas

Ain’t no party like a paint party.

An opportunity to spend time in a social setting with friends, while creating a work of art, paint parties is a unique way to come together. Including any level of skill or any age, your goal is to create an atmosphere of comfort, fun, and learning.

  • Accent Painting
  • Teen Paint
  • 55+ Paint Party
  • Splatter Club
  • Palette Party
  • All American Painting
  • Coloring Enamel
  • Everything Acrylic
  • Array of Color
  • Auzzeblo Painting
  • Brush With Fame
  • Glossy Gals
  • Budding “Artists”
  • Collovo Painting
  • Color Me Mine
  • The Glossy Group
  • Sunsets and Palm Trees
  • Cortona Painting
  • The Sipper Studio
  • Country Boys Painting
  • Delivart
  • Elepssa Painting
  • Elliotte
  • Esprit Painting
  • Four A Painting
  • GladWish Painting
  • Groom Paint
  • Blocking in Shades
  • Timely Textures
  • Haven Paint
  • City View Paint Mob
  • Long Painting Party
  • Marvella Painting
  • Naturio Painting
  • New Life Painting
  • Paint Splat Studio
  • Paintin’ With Satin
  • Painting on the Gogh
  • Panda Painting
  • Party Painters
  • Pentawave
  • Plavio Painting
  • PrimeEight
  • Run Run Painting
  • ShowGreat Painting
  • Spectrum Painting
  • Splash Painting
  • Stroke of Genius
  • Superior Painting
  • Riverside Studios
  • The Painters
  • The Painting Center
  • ThreeWave Painting
  • Town Painters
  • VelvetWay Painting
  • Watch me paint
  • Work of Art Painting

Creative Painting Competition Names

Setting up for a painting class.

Competitions allow people to get recognition for their artistic efforts, something that rarely happens for amateur painters. It’s a chance for someone to prove they’re the best painter on the block. These names for holding a painting contest can help to get your event recognized.

  • Aeronna Painting Contest
  • Alphano Painting Contest
  • Artress Painting Contest
  • Arvento Painting Competition
  • Athena Painting Contest
  • Atmoss Painting Contest
  • Blue Springs Painting Contest
  • Bombay Paints Competition
  • Chromatic Painting Competition
  • De Messa Painting Competition
  • Durenpo Painting Contest
  • Essen Painting Competition
  • Essence Painting Competition
  • Etisson Painting Contest
  • Helinos Painting Competition
  • Illumina Painting Competition
  • Increda Painting Contest
  • InnovaHue Painting Contest
  • Liberto Painting Competition
  • Matte Oil Contest
  • Mysteva Painting Competition
  • Ossen Painting Contest
  • Overtone Painting Contest
  • Painting with a Twist Contest
  • Paintoonpedia Contest
  • Painttastic Competition
  • Pallet Professional Competition
  • Retrendo Painting Contest
  • Trance Painting Contest
  • TrueTone Contest
  • Verton Painting Competition
  • WhirlyWish Painting Contest
  • Zeddle Painting Contest

Catchy Art Club Name Ideas

Art talk.

For those with a desire to hone their artistic skills, an art club is the ideal way to learn how to improve while attending a social gathering where you can converse with friends and make new ones. So if you’re thinking about starting an art club, let this list of name suggestions inspire you.

  • 360 Creativity
  • Alpha Designers Club
  • Art with Genius
  • Artistic Band
  • Artistic Moves
  • Arts & Acts
  • Arts is Clever
  • Bugs & Mugs
  • Capital Design Gallery
  • Crazy Artsy
  • Creative Classic
  • Creative Crew
  • Creator Arts
  • Delight Studio
  • Design Tactics
  • Design your Thoughts
  • Essence of Designs
  • Fine Arts Club
  • Flexible Paint
  • Friday Ideas
  • Glory in arts
  • Graphics Glamour
  • Handy Candy
  • Hanging Arts
  • Ideas & Shapes
  • Platinum Gallery
  • Punching Designs
  • Real and Tangible
  • Soft Designs
  • Stunning Studio
  • The Art Guild
  • The Thrilling Arts
  • Think & Brand
  • Trending and Arty
  • Visions and Variety
  • We the Designers
  • XYZ Dream Arts
  • XYZ Innovations
  • Z Design Ideas

Frequently Asked Questions

What Should You Wear to a Paint and Sip?

A painter at work.

While your customers might consider a paint and sip event to be a cocktail party with added art, ask patrons to leave the little black dress at home. The dress code should be more of an old t-shirt and denim look along with a decent apron. As a business owner, you may want to consider charging extra for the apron or building these into your costs.

If your last experience painting was in grade school, wear something practical, comfortable, and easily washable. Because even the best artists in the world get a little messy.

How much does a Paint and Sip Cost on Average?

Paint and sip parties can vary on the cost, depending on whether you are catering to large groups or small intimate parties. The cost also depends on whether or not beverages, appetizers or snacks are provided.

On average, seats in pre-set events can cost anywhere from $20 – $50 US dollars per person, and can even change based on the feature of the event and the objects being painted. But attending one of these one-of-a-kind events is a unique experience that makes the cost well worth it.

As a business owner, you’ll want to understand the cost to run each event and charge customers accordingly. Figure out how many supplies you’ll be suppling for each event. Make sure to build in a buffer of profitability with each guest so you can be confident you’re operating at a profit.

What Supplies do You Need for a Paint and Sip Business?

Painting supplies including a canvas and brushes.

The first thing you need to consider is the location, so you do need to have a venue available, unless you are catering to home parties. Make sure you find a location that provides artists with enough space to comfortably work. Six feet of separation per guest is a good rule of thumb. If you’re starting a home party, a backyard patio or garage can work well in a pinch.

You’ll also need to think about supplies. Paint, canvases, easels, brushes, and aprons, as well as plenty of different types of drinks for those that are being fully catered and have a license to sell alcohol. Be prepared and have extra paints and palettes in case there are accidents or spills. The more of these events you host, the better you’ll get running them smoothly.

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