Updated: Jun 1, 2020
Help! The bridesmaid’s zip has broken! A button has popped off the groom’s trousers! The flower girl has stubbed her toe…
I’ve had so many potential disasters happen and usually just before the ceremony is due to start. Besides having a calm approach to these situations, I also take a ‘wedding disaster kit’ with me – just in case. It's come in handy so many times and guests are surprised at what's in it.
Wedding day kit
If you haven't already, think about putting a wedding day kit together for your wedding party and also your guests.
Here are some must-have-items to have on hand to manage wardrobe, first-aid and make-up situations quickly and easily.
Clear nail polish (to stop a stocking hole from getting bigger)
Hair spray (travel size)
Pain relief tablets
Antihistamine tablets (in case of stings)
Baby wipes (for taking off make-up smudges on collars and suits, and dresses
Water (lots of it)
Baby wipes (come in handy and have so many uses)
Mints or breath fresh spray