Making a Bride's Emergency Kit

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Reduce the stress level on your wedding day with a handy kit loaded with solutions to last minute emergencies. This is a page about making a bride's emergency kit.


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If I was going to make an emergency kit for a bride, I would probably put it in a pretty little purse or small gift box with a handle for easy portability, so that she could put it in the dressing area and it would be unobtrusive. It could even be her "something borrowed" or "something blue" item if you wanted. I might include a mix of serious and tongue-in-cheek ideas to help her laugh and enjoy her day.

Here is a list of things you might think about including:

By Veronica from NH

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Sometimes it's literally the little things that can make the day most stressful. By packing a small emergency kit with things you think you may need just in case, they can really come in handy when time is important!

Suggested contents:


  • sewing notions
  • safety pins
  • small scissors
  • hem tape
  • fashion tape
  • thread
  • clear nail polish
  • super glue
  • lint roller
  • chalk
  • Static Guard
  • hair brush/comb
  • bobby pins
  • hairspray, mousse, gel
  • small magnifying mirror
  • tweezers
  • nail clippers and file
  • phone charger
  • energy bar
  • mini V8 or drink
  • aspirin or meds
  • Pepto
  • Tums
  • Band-Aids
  • sunblock
  • wipes/tissues
  • bug spray
  • deodorant
  • sanitary napkins, etc.
  • perfume
  • toothbrush and paste
  • plastic bags

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PlanningFebruary 22, 2012
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