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Made in Canada Wedding Favours

Fudge, Maple Syrup, Tree Seedlings- these are just a few of our Made In Canada Wedding Favours that are sure to bring a smile to the faces of yoru wedding guests.

Product Spot Light – Canadian Honey Favours with Personalized Stickers

I must admit that as a kid I hated honey. I hated the taste, I hated how sticky it was, and I couldn’t understand how adults wanted to put it on everything. Bleh! Now that I’m an adult, my tastes… Continue Reading →

Personalized Wedding Favour Tags by Weddingfavours.ca

Weddingfavours.ca is proud to create our own line of Wedding Favour Tags.  We have been printing and punching our own styles of Wedding Favour Tags since 2006.  Here are some of our topselling Weddingfavours.ca brand tags: The Destination Wedding Favour… Continue Reading →

Do Plantable Seed Favours actually GROW?

Our Wedding Specialist have been asked the question:  Do Plantable Seed Favours actually GROW? We have been assured by our Canadian Supplier that every batch is checked to ensure that the seeds will sprout and grow.  SO- we know that under… Continue Reading →

S’MORES Wedding Favours

Memories of Summer Camp, Cookouts and Evenings at the Cottage are all incorporated into this sweet and simple Party Favour Idea. S’mores Wedding Favours are an inexpensive and nostalgic treat for all your guests. It is especially appropriate for a… Continue Reading →

Canadian Wedding Theme Ideas, Eh!

Yes, I do mean “Canadian Themed” Wedding ideas! Not simply a Wedding in Canada or a wedding between Canadians! We have a lot of overseas customers who are marrying a Canadian and want a touch of Canadiana in their wedding… Continue Reading →

Photo Golf Ball Wedding Favours

~ FORE!~ Weddingfavours.ca is pleased to introduce a new style of personalized golf ball wedding favour. The Photo Golf Ball Wedding Favour is sold by the dozen so they can be used for a small wedding, bachelor party or gift…. Continue Reading →

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