SOS-What to Pack for your Wedding Emergency kit
Your wedding day is SNEAKING up on you... and its just around the corner. Now is probably a great time to get a Wedding Day Emergency Kit prepped and organized (ppst.. this also could make a great and useful gift for the soon-to-be-married- couple in your life).
Here is what I recommend you include!
1. Fashion Fixers:
Sewing Kit: In the world of weddings, wardrobe malfunctions are as common as cake. A mini sewing kit can be a lifesaver, with needles, thread, safety pins, and a couple of buttons.
Safety Pins: This is the number one need for all the weddings we've ever worked!
Fabric Tape: Ideal for those unexpected clothing tears or hems that come undone.
Extra Accessories: Pack a spare tie, cufflinks, hair accessories, or whatever extra piece of attire that matches your wedding ensemble.
Tide to go or stain remover
2. Beauty and Grooming Go-Tos:
Hair Spray and Bobby Pins: Keep every strand in place, regardless of how much you rock the dance floor.
Blotting Papers: Maintain your radiant glow by keeping oil and shine at bay.
Makeup for Touch-ups: Bring along the basics for a quick refresh - think lipstick, concealer, loose powder, and mascara.
Nail Kit: A mini nail kit with a file and clear polish can mend a chipped nail in a snap.
Teeth: Toothpicks or dental floss
3. Comfort Keepers:
Blister Plasters: New shoes may look stunning, but they can have a painful break-in period. Be prepared!
Mini Deodorant & Perfume/Cologne: Stay fresh throughout the day.
Snacks & Water: Keep your energy levels up with some granola bars, nuts, or dried fruit. And don't forget to hydrate!
4. Health Helpers:
First Aid Kit: Band-aids, antiseptic wipes, and pain relievers are a must.
Allergy Medication: If you're prone to allergies, having your meds on hand is crucial.
Prescribed Medication: If you're on any prescribed medications, ensure you have enough for the day.
Ibuprofen: Never a bad idea to have around!
Tampons, wipes, panty liners
5. Tech Lifesavers:
Phone Charger: Keep your phone juiced up to capture memories, coordinate with your team, and call for any last-minute help.
Extra Batteries: If your camera or other devices use batteries, having extras on hand can be a lifesaver.
6. Miscellaneous Must-haves:
Tissues & Handkerchiefs: For happy tears, of course!
Wedding Day Itinerary: Keep a copy of your wedding day schedule and vendor contact information handy.
A Relaxation Aid: Whether it's a stress ball, your favorite calming scent, or a playlist of soothing music, consider packing something that helps you relax.
Do not forget your rings
Do not forget your vows
If changing, do not forget your reception dress
So get your emergency kit packed and dont sweat!
Happy Planning!! XO