Greek Fraternity Paddles
View unique ideas for greek Fraternity paddles & plaques that can be customized and personalized for any big sis. These wooden pledge paddles are for sale with simple greek meanings. This is where to buy the Fraternity paddle for your sister. Expect great pricing and friendly customer service on all custom wooden Fraternity paddles & plaques. Here you’ll find a wide variety of custom Fraternity paddles and plaques so that you can make the perfect initiation gift or present for your big or little sis. Choose from classic wooden Fraternity paddles like our traditional greek Fraternity paddle for yourself or customize a paddle for your pledge class with the large Greek Fraternity pledge class paddle.
All Fraternity plaques and paddles are made to order which means that once you find your ideal paddle, you can personalize the wood finish and text to match your needs. If paddles are not shown in this section, it means that it is not available for your organization.
Fraternity Paddle Ideas
Many new members want unique paddles that have designs you can customize. Many people ask what are Fraternity paddles for? What is the meaning behind this long standing tradition. Paddles are used to commerrate the joining of a new member, and are tradtionally given to the big sis in Fraternity . Most paddles are wooden and for sale in our online store.
All paddles can be customed with a personal To and From section. Included is the crest of your sorority (when available), as well as your chapter name, sorority name, and Fraternity letters.
Fraternity plaques have been popular because many sororities do not allow their members to have Fraternity paddles. Therefore, you can buy a Fraternity plaque that may be in the wooden shape of your Fraternity symbol. These plaques can be customized in the exact same way as the paddles, but they are just a different shape. Some of the most popular shapes, are the crown, lamp, anchor, crescent moon, owl, kite, sword, rose, quatrefoil, penguin, lion, dov, key, diamond, sailboat, bear, and arrow plaques.