First and foremost, we encourage the use of this checklist for getting ready, but many of the wedding emergency kit items are also good to have on hand during the festivities when surprises arise.
When you create your kit, we recommend also making a small basket to leave in the bathrooms during the ceremony and reception with things like mints, deodorant, a lint roller, floss, and tissue. Your guests will not only be impressed with your attention to detail, but they will appreciate it.
* Lipstick: If you are hiring a make-up artist make sure they will provide you with a small sample size of the lip color they put on you that day. If you won’t have a purse with you, have one of your attendants hold it.
* Nail polish: If you don’t purchase nail polish in advance and opt to select a color at nail salon make sure to buy a bottle in case you have any chips.
Medicine & Such:
Some items in the wedding emergency kit may seem silly to list - toothbrush, deodorant, phone charger. Who forgets those items? But, the reality is that with so much going the bride and groom especially tend to forget some of the most basic items.
Do you need your own Wedding Emergency checklist? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org - We would be more than happy to deliver it to your email inbox.
Read 7 Tips for Planning the Best Destination Wedding for how to travel with your wedding dress and how to plan for your guests needs: http://www.extraordinaryweddings.com/en/blog/7-tips-for-planning-the-best-destination-weddings.html