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Ever since Tiger Woods entered the golf scene, the sport became even more popular and watched by a broader and larger audience. Golf's popularity has also extended to weddings -- from getting married "on the green" to weddings with a golf theme.
On a special occasion such as your wedding, you want the important people in your life to be there to witness your marriage. And on such an occasion, you want to be able to express your gratitude to your guests for attending your special day. Tell your guests a hearty "Thank you!" by giving them something to remember you and your wedding by - with the help of golf wedding favors.
Miniature golf sets make great golf wedding favors and will impress guests. Have mini golf bags custom-made. Fashion cinnamon sticks, candy sticks or chocolate sticks into mini golf clubs. For golf balls, use mint candies.
How about cookies shaped like the 18th hole? These are custom designed and handmade. Place individual cookies in cello bags tied with a ribbon and you have attractive golf wedding favors. Personalize the cookies by attaching thank you tags and each guest's name.
For truly unique golf wedding favors, give your guests your version of mood rings - mood golf balls! Yet another unique golf wedding favors are golf stress balls, which are rubber balls you can squeeze when you are stressed. They can also double as hand exercise balls.
Golf ball openers are functional and elegant golf wedding favors. Personalize each by having your and your groom's (or bride's) names and the date of your wedding engraved on the ball. Present these attractive and useful golf wedding favors to your wedding guests with personalized thank you tags.
Miniature golf shoe wedding cakes are certain to be a hit among your guests. Mugs and cups are never out of style so go ahead and have images of anything that's golf printed on them. Golf ball key chains, brooch, pendants and golf course paperweight are several more golf wedding favors to keep in mind.
Whatever golf wedding favors you decide on, make sure they are a reflection of your feelings towards your guests.
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