Introduction: Wedding Day Survival Kit

The day of the wedding, so many things could go wrong. Here is a suggestion for a wedding day survival kit.

Not all these things would be needed but some will.

You can decide what to put in depending on the bride and bridal party. These are especially helpful for the Maid or Matron of Honor or someone helping the bride get ready.

Step 1: Find a Bag or Box

Find a bag or box that would work for holding all the chosen items together.

It would be preferable to be something that can be closed so that if dropped or knocked over it won't be the problem.

Step 2: A List of Suggested Items

Choose which items you might need:

Safety Pins*
Straight Pins*
Cotton Balls*
Small Compact
Make-up Remover Wipes
Lip Balm
Nail Polish
Nail Polish Remover
Clear Nail Polish*
Nail Kit (nail clippers, file, tweezers, emery board, scissors)*
Small Sewing Kit (with Scissors)*
Hair Brush*
Travel Size Hairspray*
Bobbi Pins*
Ponytail Holders*
Travel Size Deodorant*
Travel Size Mouthwash*
Eye Drops
Handwipes or Hand Sanitizer*
Travel Size Tissues (or if she is a crier-a regular size)*
Tooth Brush
Travel Size lotion*
Feminine Pads*
Breath Freshener (breath mints or spray, not gum)*
Pain Reliever*
Smelling Salts
Dental Floss
Static Remover (especially for a winter wedding)
Stain Remover*
Lint Roller
Double sided Tape(or Hollywood Fashion Tape)*
Spare Earring Backs*
Extra AA or Camera Batteries*
Sandpaper (for slippery soles)
Extra Pantyhose (good for Maid or Matron of Honor to have for the Bride)
Extra Wedding Bands (sometimes the get forgotten)
Snacks (for the last little bit of energy needed)

  • Indicates things I think are important

Step 3: Enjoy!

Enjoy the day and don't sweat the little stuff.

God Bless!