It’s the day of your wedding and your to-do list is complete. You have spent months planning and thinking about your big day but even with the best plans, things may pop-up that you don’t expect. A good bride is always prepared for the unexpected, so don’t forget a “Day-of Emergency Kit.”
A “Day-of Emergency Kit” is a small bag of emergency items so you can take care of any of any unexpected things that might happen during the day.
Here are a few suggestions of what to include in your Emergency Kit:
-Deodorant or Body spray
-Shout wipes/Tide pens
-Small sewing kit with safety pins
-Nail polish (in the color the Bride is wearing) and clear nail polish
-Small pair of scissors
These are just a few things to think about when packing an Emergency Kit. It’s a great idea to let your Maid of Honor be responsible for it during the day. You could even ask her to help you put together the kit so you can focus on other things. Just make sure she knows what to include.
Here are a few more suggestions on what to include:
-White chalk to cover any stains that you can’t get out
-Straws to drink out of so you don’t mess up your lipstick
-Static cling spray
-List of vendors contact numbers
-Readings/Vows for ceremony
At Proud to Plan, we have the mother-of-all Wedding Day Emergency Kits! It contains 135 different items. Its includes a full First Aid Kit, a back-up cake knife, 4+ different types of tape and everything from buttons to a mini screwdriver. Anything you could possibly need, is in the kit! There is also a second emergency kit that is carried around so at a moments notice, a problem can be fixed.
Good luck planning out your emergency kit! Of course, no one wants to have anything go wrong, but it’s better to be safe than sorry!