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No matter how much effort you put into planning your wedding, mistakes and accidents are bound to happen. A survival kit is necessary for a bride to take along on her wedding day. This kit should contain tools that would fix up little glitches and bad happenings. Preparing for unforeseen circumstances is one major key to pulling off a successful event. A survival kit is not only needed for brides. Event planners, groomsmen and basically anyone going for a major event needs one.
A survival kit is usually carried by the bridesmaid and is kept in a place that can be accessed easily. Thanks to modernization, companies now sell pre-packed emergent kits for the big day. But just incase you are one who enjoys packing her own things, this list would serve as a guide for you.
- Duct tape preferably a white one. This tape can hold two worlds together.
- Pain relievers
- Phone chargers to make that emergency call in case your battery goes out.
- Chalk to hide that stain from your dress
- Straws for sipping on some liquid without smudging your lipstick
- Baby powder to absorb moisture
- Makeup and tweezers for touch ups
- Toiletries; tampons and panty liners,just in case
- Mini first aid kit
- Sewing kit to fix all tears
- Cash because you never know when you’ll need it or what might arise.
- Lint rollers to keep the grooms suit in check
- Sunscreen, this is of the importance. You still want to maintain that glow you worked so hard to get from the beginning.
- Extra pair of contacts and contacts solution. Also an eye drop is needed just in case.
- Blotting paper. There’s nothing attractive about an oily and greasy face.
- A small mirror for facial checks during the day.
- Deodorants and perfume to keep you smelling good all day
- Combs and brushes to keep that hair flawless through the day
- Any medication you are on should be carried too in case of an emergency.