Wedding Day Emergency Kit

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In our day to day lives, we have many essential items (an eye-liner or Kohl pencil, a bottle of water, a bar of chocolate) in the purse for emergencies. We might even keep an extra dress ready for unforeseen events. Why not have a ‘Wedding Day Emergency Kit’ ready for any uncalled for circumstances. It will save you a lot of hassles of  looking for teeny tiny items at the venue, the last minute. (Not that anyone expects anything to go wrong with the perfect planning and careful thought).

Wedding day Emergency Kit

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  • Let’s say your hairdresser brought only a limited supply of bobby pins.
  • What if you need to rub off a bit of kajal as it’s too dark for your taste?
  • Just one strand of hair is somehow out of place?

How are you supposed to get these itsy bitsy things in place? You definitely need this wedding day emergency kit. And you don’t have to do it yourself either. What are bridesmaids for? Consider this kit as a stand by for things forgotten by others! We have compiled a wholesome list of what Wedding Day Emergency Kit should contain. You may add and remove items as required.

  1. Aspirin – or any other pain killer
  2. Bandages
  3. Band-Aids
  4. Bottle of water
  5. Breath mints/spray – to keep your breath fresh
  6. Brush/comb

Wedding day Emergency Kit

  • Cell phone charger
  • Cotton buds/swabs – for wiping any glitches
  • Extra earring fasteners
  • Hair pins/ponytail holder
  • Hair spray
  • Hand lotion
  • Hand towels
  • Quick fix glue for shoes, decoration, etc
  • Lip balm
  • Makeup (for touch-ups)
  • Mirror – pocket size
  • Nail file
  • Nail polish – in the shade you’re wearing

Wedding day Emergency Kit

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  • Perfume – pocket size
  • Powder – travel pack
  • Safety pins – more than 5 packs
  • Small folding scissors
  • Snacks – for some light munching during breaks
  • Straws – to drink any liquid
  • Strings – to fasten lehenga or petticoat for saree, more than a few meters
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Toothpicks – to keep your hands clean when snacking

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