Also, set the Label's AutoSize = False in the Label's Properties.
This will let you resize the Label.
If you need code, see if this helps. 1 DateTimePicker, 1 Label
Public Class Form1
Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
.BackColor = Color.White '// keep color of DateTimePicker.
.AutoSize = False '// allow's resizing of Label.
.Size = New Size(DateTimePicker1.Width - 80, 16) '// sized to fit the DateTimePicker's window.
.Text = "- Please Select Date - " '// your text.
.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleCenter '// align text.
.Location = New Point(DateTimePicker1.Location.X + 5, DateTimePicker1.Location.Y + 2) '// place Label in proper location.
.BringToFront() '// bring to front if needed.
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