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Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Despite months (and sometimes years!) spent planning your Niagara Falls or Niagara-on-the-Lake wedding day, there are bound to be some hiccups. To guard against a wardrobe malfunction or when your cousin spills a tiny amount of wine on the hem of your gown just before pictures, you will need a wedding day emergency kit. If you’re overwhelmed at the thought of trying to come up with what you should keep in your kit, don’t worry; we’ve got your back, here are suggestions for your wedding day emergency kit:.

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For Clothing

• Sewing kit with needles, thread, buttons and safety pins
• Toupee tape or duct tape (keeping clothes in place)
• Scissors
• White chalk (for masking stains)
• Lighter (sealing the edge of a fraying ribbon)
• Lint roller
• Clear nail polish (for runs)

For Mishaps

• Tissues (for all sorts of reasons)
• Mini first aid kit with band-aids, liquid bandages and antiseptic
• Blister protection
• Tylenol, Advil or other pain reliever
• Allergy medicine if necessary
• Antacid
• Cotton swabs

For Freshening Up

• Baby power
• Extra undergarments (just incase the baby powder doesn’t work)
• Q-Tips and makeup remover
• Tampons or panty liners
• Deodorant
• Razor
• Towelettes
• Dental floss and toothpicks
• Toothpaste and toothbrush
• Mouthwash
• Eye Drops
• Lotion

For Grooming

• Lip Balm
• Nail polish in the shade you’re wearing
• Lipstick
• Powder
• Small mirror
• Hair elastics and bobby pins
• Comb and/or brush
• Tweezers
• Blotting papers
• Sunscreen


• Granola bars or other snacks
• Breath mints
• Super glue (will fix anything!)
• Paper and pen
• Stain remover pen
• Straws
• Extension cord and phone charger
• Cash
• Extra earring backs
• Water

Patti Wallington is the premiere wedding planner in Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake. Please enjoying reading this blog and the others we have listed. We offer a full slate of wedding services for Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake to both Niagara couples and those who live out of town.

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