02 Sep, 2019
No matter, how much you've spent in meticulously planning out every second of your big day, there is always the possibility that something gets wrong. Likewise- the weather might not be on your side, a bad hair day or you woke up with a zit. These things might be a major roadblock on your otherwise perfect wedding day, so it would be a good idea for brides who are getting married to prepare an emergency kit filled with items which assist you to take care of these unplanned emergencies in the snap. Delegate your maid of honour or someone else important to be in charge to take care of your bridal kit and make it available whenever you’ll need it.
You’ll find these things so useful in one easy-to-reach spot on the day of your wedding so you can grab them at a moment’s notice. This time we have come up with the list of some essentials which should be included in a bride's survival kit. All you've got to do is grab a pretty cosmetic bag or tote and get packing!
Hygiene and Toiletries
Some personal hygiene items, like from mouthwash to makeup remover are required to have in your wedding day emergency kit. It helps you to fight with bad breath and zits and tame flyaways and running makeup. Ensure that you’ve covered up all the bases so that you’re ready for anything that will comes your way.
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Cotton balls and Q-Tips
Oil-absorbing blotting sheets
Hair, Makeup and Beauty
Every bride wants to look absolutely best on her D-day. However, your hairstylist and makeup artist have made best efforts on you to look like a beautiful princess that you're, but 12+ hours on your wedding day can cause your hair and makeup slowly slip. Be prepare to retouch all things may need to be retouched and pin down anything that needs to be pinned with these items.
Comb or brush
Clear nail polish (for nail touchups and also for pantyhose tears)
Cover up or face makeup
On the above of all other items which you've involved in your emergency kit, some miscellaneous extras are also grateful for you to include. Initially, bridesmaid or your maid of honor may think it’s a lil odd when they will open up this emergency kit to discover these items. But, on your wedding day, you should be definitely prepared for any type of unexpected situation.
Lighter (for fraying ribbon)
Pantyhose (both black and nude)
Granola bar or energy bar
Fake wedding ring
Tide To Go pen or other stain removal pen
Heel protectors for walking in the grass
Fast flats to change into
White chalk for covering up stains
Straws (so you can drink without ruining your lipstick)
Spare panty (you never know!)
While collecting items for your bridal emergency kit, be sure that to include anything that you know you may need, like- an epi-pen or any other medication you usually rely on. All we mean is, your wedding day survival kit is fully customizable to fit your needs. For instance- if you don't wear lipstick, but will use lip gloss on your wedding day, throw an extra favorite lip gloss as a backup. You can also take help to your mother and others to let you know what you're missing in this emergency kit. I am sure our this blog will help you prepare for anything which comes your way.
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