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Wedding Day Emergency Items You Probably Have Forgotten

Big-Day Details -

Do You Have an Emergency Kit?

As you’d expect, the last fourteen days before your wedding can be a total blurrrrrrrr! Between your own personal nervousness and all the seemingly countless details to deal with, you might wonder if you’re actually going to make it. #weddingday

Don’t worry, we are here to make sure you make to your big day. Here are some cheat sheets to make sure you don’t get caught in a last-minute panic. #protip

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Many a bride (and groom) has been grateful that she - or her maid of honor (or planner) - had the foresight to bring last minute-glitch kit to the ceremony and reception. Just pack this stuff into a rolling bag that can be easily slipped under a pew or head table.#weddingdetails Here goes:

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Emergency Wedding Kit Checklist:

Here's What To Have in Your Emergency Rolling Bag

  • Small brush or comb
  • Travel size hairspray
  • Barrettes, bobby pins, ponytail holder
  • Nail file
  • Safety pins
  • Clear nail polish (stocking runs)
  • Clear Band-Aids
  • Breath mints (Peppermint Altoids are our fave; it freshens and helps with digestion)
  • Tums
  • Tissues
  • Aspirins or Ibuprofen
  • Tampons, pads
  • Krazy Glue (for a broken heel or similar small disasters)
  • White masking tape (a quick fix for hems)
  • Static-cling spray
  • Chalk or Ivory soap (to cover unexpected dress stains)
  • Smelling salts (for fainting episodes)
  • Cellular phone ( your own or borrowed)
  • Disposable camera
  • Mini bag of pretzels, Power Bar (for grumbling tummy)
  • Small bottles of water
  • Dental floss
  • Toothbrush + toothpaste
  • Lavender or chamomile oil (calming effect)
  • Asthma inhaler or other medication
  • Scissors
  • Comfortable shoes

Related: The Ultimate MoH Checklist

What's in your kit? If you think of anything else you might need, make sure to add it. You don’t know if you will or not need it so it’s best to be prepared.#huffpostido
Updated: July 27, 2021

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