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Love Is Sweet

sugar wedding favorsWe know we've got a lot of loyal customers who buy our product regularly to satisfy their sweet tooth, but have you ever thought of giving maple syrup as a gift??  Or even using maple products as   favors?  Recently, we've ventured into expanding our market in a slightly different way.  We are foraying into the world of weddings by selling maple syrup, maple candy, etc. specifically to be used for wedding favors, as part of centerpieces or other wedding décor, and in welcome bags for your out-of-town guests.  Perfect for a sweet treat! But it's really not  JUST weddings; we've found that we can customize all of our products in ways to fit:

  • holidays
  • birthday parties
  • house-warming parties
  • showers
  • unique place settings, etc.

glass cabin wedding favorsRandi has taken control of this area and we've now started  bottling maple syrup into fancy little glass jars in many different styles including:

  • leaf bottles
  • mason jars
  • seasonal options
  • and so many more!

There are also options available with our hard and soft maple candies, along with maple lolipops. We are able to personalize these to each bride and groom's liking, making it an extra special (and sweet!) gift for  your  guests. To learn more, or ask questions, contact Randi at randikorona@gmail.com. She'll gladly help you get squared away for your special day.  Keep checking our webpage for updates as we continue to expand in this area!  Take a peak at some of the examples we've already put together!

mason jar wedding favor

A mother's day place setting featuring one of our mini mason jars filled
with that beautiful golden amber maple syrup we make!

glass maple leaf wedding favors

Maple syrup in 3.7 oz glass leaves as favors for a
beautiful Long Island wedding in the park!

glass maple leafs

Some of  the 7 oz. glass leaves on display in our sap house. 

heart shaped maple lollipop   maple leaf shaped maple lollipop

Maple lollipops (shaped as a maple leaf and heart) used for a sweet birthday treat (left) and bridal shower favor (right).