Wow your Wedding Guests with these show stopping favors from Bridal Cave's Thunder Mountain Mining Company.

  Wedding guests are gifted tons of trinkets and keepsakes throughout the wedding season. From bridesmaid proposals to wedding reception gifts, these mementos are often stressed over and sometimes forgotten on the tables and tossed after all the dining and dancing is over. 

Some popular gifts include koozies, shot glasses, candles, blankets, hot sauce, and honey. This list got us thinking, so we came up with our list of top wedding favors that will wow your guests and not get left behind from right here at Bridal Cave's Thunder Mountain Mining Company Gift Shop. 

1. Rock Candy - this nostalgic treat looks elegant in champagne glasses and can come in every color you're dreaming of.

2. Custom engraved agate slices. These beautiful pieces of gemstones are a unique and natural way to remind your guests of your ceremony day. They also come in a variety of colors- natural and dyed. 

3. Healing stones - do you believe in the metaphysical properties of gemstones? - nearly any stone you're looking for can be found in the shop, from amazing amazonite to tiger eye, smoky quartz, and gorgeous black tourmaline. We even have guides and knowledgeable staff members to help identify stones for you.

4. Gemstone earrings and matching necklaces - We have a variety of natural and enhanced stones in gold and silver to wow your bridesmaids and complete the packages for bachelorette trips to bridesmaid's proposals. 

5. Not into gifting physical things? No problem! We offer a variety of tours to create experience gifts for your guests. When you get married in the park, you have a lifetime pass to see beautiful Bridal Cave any time, and your guests receive 25% off admissions on your wedding day! 

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