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Top 5 Items to Pack in your Wedding Day Emergency Kit

We know from experience that anything can happen on your wedding day. Even after months of planning, there is still the possibility that things could go wrong – from a stain on your dress to a wardrobe malfunction. It's best to be well prepared with an emergency kit that has the essentials for any last-minute “oops” moments. To help you ensure a seamless, stress-free wedding, we have compiled a list of the top 5 items you should pack as part of your emergency kit.


Sewing Kit

Beading is beautiful but be cautious as it can be fragile too. Bring a small sewing kit containing extra buttons, mini scissors, needles, and threads in basic colors. This is especially important – don't miss having a thread that matches your wedding dress. You may need to make some quick fixes, so bring it along. You will be glad you did it!


J. La Plante


First aid kit with medicines

One of the last things you would want to feel on your wedding day is sick. Be sure to have any and all pain relievers as part of your kit. Additionally, have medicines for indigestion, allergies and a cough included. It's better to be safe than sorry!


Stain Remover

Let's face and accept it; spills are bound to happen. Stains can ruin your day if you are not prepared. Be ready with a stain remover that is portable and easy to carry to the ceremony and reception in your clutch. A stain remover pen or a wipe is definitely an essential for your wedding day emergency kit!


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Fashion tape

Wedding photos are going to stay with you forever, so make sure your photographer doesn't capture any wardrobe malfunctions by having a fashion tape ready for yourself and your bridal party. Fashion tape comes in handy and allows for an easy, quick fix for any wardrobe inconvenience.


Super Glue

Super glue can be a lifesaver for several reasons at your wedding. Your shoe heels, earrings, jewelry, tie clips, and many other accessories can easily break at the worst times. In such situations, super glue can rescue you. It will at least be able to keep everything together until your ceremony ends and better repairs can be made.


Kati Hewitt Photography


While we really hope your big day goes off without a hitch, it is best to be prepared for any situation! An emergency kit can quickly fix adverse situations such as a spill or headache. Having an emergency kit, if nothing else, will bring you the peace of mind you need.



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