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Little touches to make your special day even sweeter ...


Add a touch of sweetness and a pinch of love with Stonewall Kitchen mini jams! These favors are perfect for your wedding, anniversary party or any celebratory event.

Now available two different ways.



Custom Printed Labels
You will be able to choose your label design, create a custom quote or use one of ours, select font options, and then pick the perfect jam to finish off the package. Available with our Wild Maine Blueberry or Raspberry Peach Champagne mini Jams.

Contact Premier Guest Services at 800.826.1735 to learn more and to receive your design packet (not available in stores). If you would like to download a PDF version of our design packet you can do so here. Download Now!

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Print Your Own Labels




Check it off your to-do list
To order or for more information call Stonewall's Guest Services at 800.826.1735 (not available in stores) or simply order online (see the available flavors below).

Get a discount when you order your minis by the case; what a sweet deal!

Available in a "mini" size: Wild Maine Blueberry Jam, Red Raspberry Jam, Red Pepper Jelly, Raspberry Peach Champagne Jam, Strawberry Jam, Hot Pepper Jelly



Personalize it
Design and print your own labels. A 1¾" round label purchased at any office supply store fits perfectly on our mini jars. 1.5" or 1.67" size labels conveniently fit as well.




Time to tie-the-knot, literally
You get to assemble the favors. Add a bow, or other creative finishing touch; a perfect job for those eager bridesmaids!
Wow your guests with such a useful and tasteful party favor!





As Seen In

"Ideally, welcome bags should include practical items and goodies that give both a sense of place and a sense of the couple. The lemon squares were one of the couple's favorite pastries, while the Stonewall Kitchen jam evoked memories of Maine where the groom grew up and proposed. The idea was to bring a piece of Maine to guests who would be attending a wedding in Connecticut."

- Boston Globe, travel section, February 6, 2011