Wedding Favors for the True Sports Fanatic
If you know off the top of your head which Sunday is Superbowl Sunday and you know what the latest happenings are with the National Hockey League lockout, then you’re a sports fan. If you’re currently planning your wedding around a specific sporting event so your guests and you don’t miss it, then you are a sports fanatic.
Chances are you’ve received a few raised eyebrows when you mention that your wedding is being held the Saturday before or after the Super Bowl, but not during the same weekend. Or maybe you’ve chosen a different venue for your reception because the only weekend they had available in October was during the World Series?
Yeahhh… you are a true sports fan then. As long as your significant other is on board with this, I say involve your passion as much as possible into your wedding ceremony and reception. How far you want to go with it is up to you two, but having fun sports themed wedding favors I think is a must!
No matter which division you root for, whether it’s the American or National league, show your support and love of the game by including some fun baseball themed wedding favors at your reception. If you’re doing assigned seating display name cards at each seat with these Baseball Memo Holder Stress Balls. Doing assigned seating may be a bit more time-consuming, but your guests will appreciate feeling like they’re being taken care of and that they weren’t just invited so the couple could get a new toaster.
Sweet tables are all the rage at wedding receptions, but why not give some love to their counterpart? A salty snack table complete with pretzels, nuts, popcorn, and all those other things that get our mouths watering (it can’t just be mine, right?!) can be just as much fun! What goes together better than peanuts and baseball? Peanuts and these Baseball Helmet Ice Cream Bowls (8 Oz.) are a close second. These customized bowls will be a huge hit with both the adults and kids at your reception and they make for a fun takeaway your guests will find unique.
If your Sundays in September through January are blocked out on the calendar because you already have plans of watching football, then having these Football Helmet Bowls (8 Oz.) filled with Jordan Almonds at your reception would be a great idea! Guests will appreciate not having to untie those ungodly small ribbons around the netting pouches to grab a snack before dinner starts. Create a fun couple “logo” for the special day and imprint it on these customized bowls.
Stress relievers aren’t just fun tradeshow or convention giveaways, but they’re also fun wedding favors that will give your tables some pizazz and zest. These Football Helmet Stress Toys will keep your guests from getting into uber-sensitive topics like politics and religion and we can’t guarantee it, but they may keep your mother and mother-in-law’s “helpful” comments to a minimum. Again, no guarantee on that but maybe.
If you loved the idea of doing assigned seating, but you root for Manchester United instead of the Cubs then don’t fret. We have the Soccer Sports Clip ready to go for your special day. These custom clips would be a wonderful addition to tables for displaying pictures of you two while you were dating so guests can ‘ooh’ and ‘aww’ over them.
This next soccer themed wedding favor is a bit of splurge, but they’re so cool looking I couldn’t resist including them. Keep your guest’s canned beverages cold with these Soccer Can Holders and you won’t have to shake hands with anyone with ice-cold hands! Everyone walks away a winner! Really though, these customized can holders are perfect for those couples that want guests to reuse their wedding favors again and again. Imprint them with your names and wedding date and you’ve got a lasting souvenir that guests will be talking about for years!
No matter what your skill level is in basketball or maybe you coach a team, include this passion into your wedding favors by imprinting your names and wedding date onto these Basketball Bottle Openers. Your guests will love them instead of getting yet another stereotypical knick-knack.
If you’re hosting an outdoor wedding reception or you know you’ll have a lot of kiddos running around, then this Basketball Flexible Flyer is a must to give out! Your guests who would rather not shake a tail feather on the dance floor would love to have something else to do and these customized flyers will keep them entertained before and after the cake.
Hockey & Bowling
Maybe your groom is an avid Colorado Avalanche fan or maybe you’re darn proud of your near-perfect bowling record. Was one of your first dates a hockey game or going to a bowling alley? If you want a hockey or bowling themed wedding favor you can’t go wrong with the Hockey Puck Keychain Stress Toy and the Bowling Pin Stress Reliever. They’ll give guests a glimpse of your favorite activities and you won’t have to worry about what you’ll do with a bunch of personalized M&Ms that you have left over.
It’s your special day so don’t go with generic wedding favors that anyone could pick up from the local party store. Be unique and show off the passion you and your new partner have towards sports, there’s nothing to be ashamed of!
If any of these products sound like the “one” your wedding reception has been looking for, then contact us for more information. You can reach one of our Quality Logo Products representatives by email (email@example.com), by phone (866-312-5646), via our live chat, or by leaving us a comment below.
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