Wedding days are well thought out. The whole day is planned down to the last minute; what time to be at the beauty salon, at the ceremony site, what time the ceremony is to start, what time to be at the reception, etc. But like in life, you need to plan for the unexpected things that happen. This includes the wedding and the reception. This is where a Wedding Day Survival Kit will come in handy. Things not only go wrong with the bride, but also don’t forget about things that may happen with the groom or other members of the wedding party. This is why it is important to have a wedding day survival kit. Wedding day survival kits can be purchased online or you can make your own. If making your own, here are some of the things you should include:
Wedding Day Survival Kit
Sewing kit w/scissors
Two-sided tape – good for a quick fix for a falling hem
Pocket size stain removers
Comb or brush
Clear nail polish – (also good for stopping runs in the pantyhose)
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Antacid – for those butterflies
Band-Aids – for those blisters from dancing all night
These are just a few things to get you started creating a wedding day survival kit. As the bride you may also want to bring along makeup for touchups later in the evening. This kit doesn’t have to be small enough to carry down the isle. Most of the items on this list can be found in travel sizes. You just need to make sure someone has control over it and gets it to the wedding and the reception, like the maid of honor or best man. Hopefully you will not need anything in the kit, or at least very little of it. But remember it is always better to be prepared for any emergency.
Matt loves listening to any music style he can understand the words. He lives in the wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas, with his wife Sharon. Matt's other likes include craft beer, baseball, and traveling.