Wednesday, 27 May 2020

What Should You Have In Your Wedding Day Emergency Kit

As much as we would love it, we all know that weddings do not go one hundred percent according to plan. Not to frighten anyone, but there are unforeseen events that may occur during your big day like your wedding programs not showing up when when you need then or you may find yourself in need of something to cure your pounding headache, or something to save you from an embarrassing photo shoot because you have what looks like have of the wedding menu stuck in your teeth, or our dearest friend, (your period) might want to join the party and you are in dire need of a tampon. These are all things we cannot control, but we can take care of them if we prepare ahead of time by packing an emergency wedding day kit full of items that will help you instantly take care of these unexpected hiccups with ease.

Tampons and Pads

Nature calls at unexpected times, even if we are tracking it. The best way to avoid any mishaps is to be prepared. Having some spare pads and tampons will come in handy even if you are not expecting, maybe it could save one of your bridesmaids.

First Aid Kit

This will come in handy if you need a bandaid, or blister prevention. You know you will be standing for a long period of time, and if you are wearing heels you will definitely need some moleskin.

Chapstick

As far as chapped lips, nobody wants that. It is always a good idea to bring chapstick whenever, wherever.

Floss and Breath Mints

As part of your big day, you should be eating a feast, but this could be potentially problematic. Eating food could leave your breath smelling like trash and the probability of food getting stuck in your teeth is very high. You are going to be taking many pictures and meeting with so many of your guests, this is the last thing you will want to be worried about.

Medication

Bring all the medications that you will need, including painkillers to help relieve the pounding headache that you could get. Don’t forget the allergy medicine, or if you need an epi pen, you never know.

Sewing Kit

I don’t know about you, but I dance like I have never danced before, which means there may potentially be a dress malfunction. Being prepared to fix any outfits issues would be a good idea.

Makeup bag

Touch ups may be necessary, so having all your essential makeup kit will save the day.

Tide To-Go Pen or White Chalk

Assuming that you are eating at your wedding, you might spill on your amazing dress. Using a tide pen or white chalk to remove or at least cover up the stain on your dress will save you from embarrassment.

Obviously, this wedding day emergency kit is fully customizable to fit you. Just like the wedding invites from Basic Invite. If you know you need to include other items, then do so. These items are just a starting point to help you create your own fully personal emergency kit. After everything is packed you are ready for anything that comes your way! You may now delegate your maid of honor to be in charge of the emergency kit so that in an instance, the emergency is no more.