If you’re looking for the top Toronto greeting cards, scroll down to see them below. There’s nothing better than finding a greeting card that says exactly what you’re thinking or feeling. Whether you’re in need of a funny card for your friends with a sense of humour, a sincere card, or something cute – we highly recommend that you check out these greeting card shops in Toronto. Your support means so much to these Toronto businesses.
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Thotful Dog: Toronto Themed Greeting Cards

Thotful Dog is a fun Toronto greeting card company. The shop name was inspired by Carrie’s (the owner) miniature Dachshund named Ruby. Carrie was inspired to take her designs and art and make them into fun, clever and funny cards in 2020. We’re so happy she did! Her cards are perfect for every occasion or just to brighten someone’s day. They sure make us laugh and say everything we’re thinking.

Picture Credit: Thotful Dog

Totally Toronto Gifts: Greeting Cards

Totally Toronto Gifts features a number of Toronto greeting cards and gifts with art by local Toronto artist, David Crighton. Their collection of cards feature scenes and prominent places in Toronto like Kensington market, the Distillery District, Massey Hall, Honest Ed’s and more. They make the perfect Toronto souvenir. These cards are so beautiful they can be framed and enjoyed as wall art.

Picture Credit: Totally Toronto Gifts

Oops Paper Co. 

The cute and simple designs on the cards from another awesome Toronto greeting card company, Oops Paper Co, are sure to brighten anyone’s day. Each Canadian greeting card has a clever and funny saying on the front. Some of our favourites are “I’m so fortunate to have you” (shown below) or “Congrats on saying I dew” (with a picture of a honeydew melon). There are tons of options for all occasions or just because you are thinking of someone.

Picture Credit: Oops Paper Co.

The Cardtel Cards – Toronto Greeting Card Company

Want a hilariously clever card derived from the show Friends, The Office, Schitts Creek or any other Pop Culture? Then look no further! Pankti, the owner of Cardtel Cards, started drawing again during the pandemic and used her witty sense of humour and incredible drawing talent to make these awesome and oh so funny cards. They’re perfect for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and more.

Picture Credit: The Cardtel Cards

Blue Whale Paper Co.: Greeting Cards In Toronto

Toronto greeting card company, Blue Whale Paper Co., creates simple, yet elegant greeting cards. These cards are so beautiful that recipients of these thoughtful cards will want to display these greeting cards in their homes. Celebrate a new baby, a birthday, an anniversary or simply, I’m thinking of you. With a mix and match option, you will always have a card on hand for that special occasion.

Picture Credit: Blue Whale Paper Co.

Jessie Boy Blue: Toronto Cards

Vibrant affirmation cards, thank you cards, beautifully designed cards, all of which are blank inside so you can personalize them with a message and are perfect for any occasion. The owner of Jessie Boy Blue, a local Toronto greeting card shop, creates these beautiful cards and has a background in visual arts and graphic design. Her skills and creativity are on evident and these are definitely cards the recipient could keep on display for years to come. Custom requests are welcomed! We love their cards so much we even included them in our Best Canadian Etsy Shops shopping guide.

Picture Credit: Jessie Boy Blue

Maylay Co.

Each Maylay Co. gratitude greeting card comes in a pack of two. One card is for you to give to someone you’re thinking about and grateful for and the other card is for the recipient of your card to give to someone else. We love this idea! The cards are so beautiful, with different patterns and prints to choose from. 

Nibs & Scripts

Nibs & Scripts has a number of cute greeting card designs. We especially love the ones that feature this adorable cat. The card shown below would make a great gift for cat lovers.

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Letter Of Choice: Toronto Cards

Toronto greeting card company, Letter Of Choice, features fun designs and hilarious messages. They have a greeting card perfect for any occasion. You can even buy a bundle of any 5 cards, ensuring you have the perfect card on hand when needed. A few of our favourites have to be; “Congratulations on your little timbit” (with a picture of a timbit box), “Joined together in holy macaroni” (with a picture of Bride & Groom Macaroni), and “Miss you so matcha” (with a picture of matcha). Or the one shown below that would make a great gift for plant lovers “Grow Shawty It’s Your Birthday”.

Picture Credit: Letter Of Choice

Greet Things Co.: Toronto Greeting Card Company

Greet Things Co. is a local Toronto greeting card shop with a great collection of fun cards and some of our favourite sarcastic valentine’s day cards. Their “you’ll do” greeting card is perfect for a partner with a good sense of humour.

Picture Credit: Greet Things Co.


Local Toronto greeting card shop, carolyndraws, has a mix of illustrated greeting cards that are funny, cute and a little sarcastic. We love them! We included a few of her cards in our Valentine’s Day cards shopping guide as well.

Picture Credit: Carolyn Draws

The Paper Place

If you’d like to shop for Toronto greeting cards in person, we recommend checking out local Toronto shop, The Paper Place. They have an awesome collection of stationery and greeting cards.

Visit them in person at:

  • 887 Queen Street West, Toronto Ontario

Those are our picks for the top Toronto greeting card companies. We love the range of styles and designs and seeing the creativity of these Toronto makers come to life. If you’re looking to do some more shopping, check out these local Toronto shops or if you’re looking for a gift, check out our guide for Toronto gift baskets.