FH and I are big baseball fans. We live for the game and we are planning a semi baseball themed wedding. Meaning, not everything has baseball on it. But things like the cake, and centerpieces do. FH wanted souvenir cups as a favor and I wanted to do rally towels. We went ahead and designed Opening day type cups that our guests can use at the wedding and those came out perfect! I even got them on a black friday special! I am struggling with the cost of rally towels. They are out of our budget by about $200. FH thinks we just need to splurge and get them. I am worried I will have buyers remorse. You take a huge risk with favors. The idea I had with the rally towels is to have the guests wave them during our entrance. But there is always that what if. What if we spend the money on them only to have a few people participate? What if we end up with 100 towels left over at the reception? What a waste that would be. While it is my dream to have the towels and everyone would know it was my idea, (I have collected them from all the playoff games I have been to since I was a kid). Is the extra cost worth the risk? I know that I know my guests better than you all. But I wondered if anyone had any thoughts. I have tried to find ways to make them cheaper, like putting 5 towels per table of 8 (I thought that might not be fair) or just ordering 100 and passing them out at the ceremony (Still not fair if more people wanted them). Any ideas or should I just nix it?