Your Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Your Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Your big day is just around the corner. You've been waiting for it and planning it for such a long time. As any bride out there you want everything to be just perfect and the wedding ceremony to go smoothly, don't you?

Pack your wedding day emergency kit

You have probably made sure that all of the items on your wedding day checklist—from the flowers to the color of the napkins—are perfect. You certainly don't want to expect any emergencies on your wedding day, but it's always better to be safe than sorry. If you're a bride, you know the importance of having an emergency kit for your wedding day. Of course, disasters strike not often, but in order to be ready to handle small bundlers or mashups, you better have a wedding day emergency kit on hand. Typically, the maid of honor is the one who keeps the wedding emergency kit throughout the day. To help you out, we've come up with a list of items that should be included on any bride's checklist before her big day. Check it and make sure you are 100% prepared for any emergency that may come up. Maybe these items will not fix any problem, but at least they will help you tackle some little things.

  • If the weather is really hot, powder is a must-have to absorb extra moisture.
  • Blotting Papers to absorb shine and oil.
  • Basic sewing kit to make fixes to a wedding dress or a bridesmaid's gown if needed.
  • Bobby pins, hair ties, and a brush.
  • Medicines for indigestion, allergies, and headaches should be included.
  • First aid kit.
  • Small mirror to fix your makeup whenever it is necessary.
  • Phone charger.
  • Tissues. On your wedding day you will cry a lot. Those tears will be of happiness and joy, but still.
  • Super glue is a multi-use item that can fix literally everything.
  • Small snacks like granola bars or crackers. For example, a photoshoot can take long, and being hungry is not the best idea.

You may think that the list is too excessive and you will not need anything, but remember that it is better to be over prepared rather than under. Maybe a bride will not really need any of the items listed above, but they can come in handy and help somebody else. When packing your own wedding day emergency kit, think of other things that may be necessary, and add them.