Even better coming from a fellow Hokie!!
I have a Tripel in long Secondary that I plan to bottle in 750ml corked bottles for xmas gifts. It bugged me that with most corked bottles you buy the brewery has the first letter or some symbol on the cap part of the wire cage. I figured that my wire cages were going to be plain. Not now! I have HP Glossy presentation paper so that is what I used.
I'm also including some pictures of another way to easily mark your caps that is unique and noticed by everyone trying my beers. In this thread someone had mentioned about using stamps. Stamping ink does not work but craft acrylic paint and rubber stamps work pretty well. Not all of the stamps come out perfect but it is very easy and helps me identify beers quickly. Plus I don't mind as much taking my daughter to Hobby Lobby or Michaels for her to get more Rainbow Loom supplies since I can check out the stamp aisle for something new. The beer bottle stamp I actually got from ETSY.com. I have bought a few stamps from ETSY.com. I put the paint on the sponge. Work the paint in the sponge then stamp the sponge, stamp the cap.
Finally, there is actually a special paper made by this company http://www.tilano.net/imaging-paper
I used this paper making marble coasters. You print on the paper reverse image with a laser printer. The "glue" that came with the kit is probably the exact same as matte medium. Once you have "glued" the paper to the surface you wet the paper and then peel off the paper leaving the image. If it works on marble stone it should work well on bottle caps or bottles. For the coasters I had Staples do the laser printing. The paper is pretty pricey but it is designed to do what Hokie is doing with presentation paper.