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Have an Emergency Kit

Updated on October 21, 2016

Nothing is worse than having something go wrong on your big day, and then not being able to do anything about it or fix it. Of course, we cannot plan for every unforeseen problem or situation, but we can be prepared for those more common situations that tend to go wrong. The best thing to do is to have an “emergency kit”.

Now this kit doesn’t have to be fancy. It just needs to serve a purpose. You don’t want a bunch on unnecessary things because it just causes clutter and mess. Always make sure everything you have in your emergency kits serves a different purpose as well. For example, you don’t three different types of hairspray. In fact, you don’t even need a full bottle. Just a small travel size bottle usually does the trick.

Some other necessary items you want in your kit would be a needle and thread. A dress or suit tearing or ripping is probably the worse feeling there is. You spend how much money and time picking out the perfect dress, and nothing destroys that feeling more than someone accidently stepping on the train. Having a needle and thread can be a lifesaver and be able to fix the little things that may go wrong.

Another necessary item would be soap that matches your outfit. I know this may sound strange, but nothing can get a stain out better than good, old-fashioned, soap. It does the same thing as a stain stick, but doesn’t leave the wetness that shows you just cleaned a stain.

One last necessity would have to be water. Sometimes during a big event, we forget that we need to eat or drink, or just don’t realize how thirsty we are until we are completely parched. Having a water bottle on hand reminds us that we need stay hydrated.

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