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Things To Have In Your Wedding Emergency Kit: Wedding Wednesday

Things To Have In Your Wedding Emergency Kit Indiana Wedding Photographer Photography

When it comes to your wedding day, it's important to be prepared for anything that may come up. An emergency kit is a must-have for any couple to ensure that you can handle any unexpected situations that may arise. Here are some of the top items to include in your wedding emergency kit:

Pain Relievers

It's not uncommon to experience headaches, cramps, or other aches and pains on your wedding day. Be sure to include pain relievers such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or acetaminophen in your emergency kit.

Bandages And First Aid Supplies

Even if you're not planning to do any heavy lifting or strenuous activity on your wedding day, accidents can still happen. Include bandages, antiseptic wipes, and other first aid supplies in case of any cuts or scrapes.

Stain Remover

It's inevitable that someone will spill something on their clothes at some point during the wedding day. Be prepared with a stain remover like Shout or Tide To Go to minimize any damage.

Snacks and Water

It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of the day and forget to eat or drink enough water. Pack some snacks and water bottles to keep you and your wedding party nourished throughout the day.

Sewing Kit

Whether it's a missing button, a tear in your dress, or a broken zipper, a sewing kit can be a lifesaver in a pinch.


Every single wedding I've been to scissors have been needed. From cutting loose threads to cutting a quick sign, they come in handy!

Breath Mints And Dental Floss

You'll want to have fresh breath for all those close-up photos and for any up-close interactions with guests. Include breath mints and dental floss in your emergency kit to keep your smile fresh all day long.

Hair and Makeup Touch-Up Supplies

Even if you have a professional hair and makeup artist, it's always a good idea to have touch-up supplies on hand, such as bobby pins, hair ties, hairspray, and lipstick.


Weddings can be emotional, and you may find yourself shedding a few tears throughout the day. Tissues can come in handy for any emotional moments.

By being prepared with an emergency kit, you can handle any unexpected situations that may arise and ensure that your wedding day goes as smoothly as possible.



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