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Enjoy your dream day, worry-free. 

Weddings are supposed to be the best day of your life – so credit card debt should be the last thing on your mind. But unfortunately, the average wedding in Canada now costs over $30,000, with many adults paying for wedding expenses themselves.

Take out a personal loan between $1,000 to $35,000 to cover your wedding costs, without carrying expensive credit card debt. Get your credit score for free and we’ll show you the best loans suited to your financial profile.

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Creating an account is quick and easy. You’ll instantly see what options are available to you.



Your scheduled payments will be the same each month and won’t change. Plus, there are no prepayment penalties.



Have questions? Simply email our friendly customer service team.

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How it works

1) Get Your Free Credit Score (1 minute)
Get your free credit score. Then, we’ll show you the best loan options suited to your financial profile.

2) Get a Quote (1 minute)
If you’re eligible for a low-interest loan powered by Borrowell,  you’ll have the option to get a quote. (Otherwise, we’ll provide you with alternate options from our trusted partners.)

3) Verify Your Info Provide proof of income (your two most recent pay stubs for Notice of Assessments and verify your bank account electronically. 

 4) Get Your Money
If approved, your Borrowell loan will be directly deposited into your bank account as soon as the next business day. Personal loans are simple! 


Why choose a wedding loan from Borrowell?

Choosing a Borrowell wedding loan gives you…

 The affordability you’re looking for.
Most credit cards charge interest rates of 19.99
%, which can quickly rack up debt.1
A loan with a 12-14% interest rate can save you thousands over time.

 Fast money. A Borrowell loan can be in your pocket by the next business day!
This means you get your money up-front, so you can use it for deposits and other expenses.2

 No restrictions.
You can pay off your loan as early as you like with no prepayment penalties and in easy instalments.

Have questions about wedding loans? We have answers.


1. Why should I get a wedding loan?

Weddings in Canada are expensive. Increasingly, more and more Canadians are paying for their weddings themselves. If you don’t have a plan about how you are going to pay for your wedding, it’s easy to get in over your head.

If you don’t have the funds to pay for your wedding and know you’ll be borrowing using a credit card, a wedding loan from Borrowell may be a better option.

2. How much does a wedding cost in Canada?

The typical wedding in Canada now costs over $30,000! Between the venue, food, and outfits for the big day, costs can quickly add up. You don’t want to be putting a big-ticket item, like the venue, on your credit card.

3. Is taking a wedding loan better than borrowing against my credit card?

Taking a wedding loan is a good option for people who know they will be putting large sums on their credit card. If you know you won’t be able to pay off the amount right away, a low-interest loan may be a better option. A typical credit card APR ranges from 19.9%- 29.9%. In contrast, Borrowell loans start at a 5.60% APR.2 Taking a Borrowell loan could save money in interest. See how much you could save with our loan calculator.

4. How do I apply for a loan to help pay for my wedding?

Wedding loans are simple. First, get your credit score from Borrowell and then you’ll see the best loans suited to your financial profile. Checking your rate won’t hurt your credit score.

1Based on credit card APR of 19.9% and credit card debt repayment of $250 per month.

2Please note that final approval of your application for a Borrowell loan is conditional on completion of the steps set out in your application (including identity, income, and bank account verification) as well any further underwriting review deemed necessary. Additional documents may be required. Borrowell retains the right to adjust any loan options presented to you or to decline your application at any time prior to final approval.