On your big day, it’s important to have a few things on hand in case of “emergency.” I thought it might be helpful to put together a list of must-haves for your wedding day survival kit, including all the little odds and ends you may need on your big day!
I suggest putting together a wedding emergency kit so you are sure to have these essential items on hand in case of any hiccups or issues. More than likely, you’ll end up reaching for something on the big day! Check out the image below — if you hover over the collage you can click on each item to purchase. Easy peasy!! You know we got your back. 😉
must-haves for your wedding day survival kit:
- Water. To keep you hydrated.
- Breath Mints. For the first kiss!
- Vitamin C Packets. To keep you healthy!
- Static Guard. To tame those layers of tulle!
- Mini Sewing Kit. In case of tears or loose buttons.
- Safety Pins. You never know!
- Stain Remover Wipes. In case of spills!
- Healthy Snacks. Go for something with protein to keep your blood sugar even.
- Lavendar Essential Oil. To keep you calm and destress!
- Drinking Straws. To avoid spills when drinking.
- Lint Roller. To keep everyone lint free.
- Antacid Tablets. In case of a nervous tummy.
- Hairspray. To tame the flyaways.
- Antibacterial Gel. To keep your hands germ-free during all the hand-shaking.
- Body lotion. Love this tinted body moisturizer to keep your skin even.
- Pain reliever. In case of headaches.
- Deodorant. To keep you smelling fresh!
- Tissues. To blot makeup or dry those happy tears!
- Bobby Pins. You can never be too careful.
- Clear Nail Polish. To cure any mani mishaps.
- Band Aids. In case of accidents or to protect your heels from blisters.
- Lip Balm. To keep your lips soft and kissable!
shop the wedding day survival kit:
So there you have it! What do you think? Anything we missed?
What are you putting in your wedding day emergency kit?
Editor’s note: Due to the pandemic, some of the general wedding planning advice we share may not be applicable or possible due to restrictions on events. Please adhere to all current regulations and stay safe and healthy! Get more pandemic wedding resources here.