Wedding Tips

Your wedding day survival kit checklist

Every bride wants their wedding to be perfect. To make that happen we’ve created a wedding day survival kit checklist for your big day!

Wedding Day Survival Kit Checklist

Click the image for a printable view of our Wedding Day Survival Kit Checklist.

Our helpful checklist covers personal hygiene, beauty and fashion, and those little extras you don’t think you’ll need, but might.

Personal hygiene

Hand sanitizer is a must during cold and flu season! And you’ll want to have your toothbrush and toothpaste on hand, too, to keep that smile as perfect as possible for the zillions of photos you’ll be in. If roses are in any bouquets, grab a box of Band-Aids. Kleenex is a must because someone is sure to cry, and for heaven’s sake don’t forget the deodorant! Stress prompts perspiration.

Beauty & Fashion

It’s all about the hair. Pack your favorite comb, a can of hairspray and a few extra hair accessories. Place all your jewelry together in a secure bag before heading out. A mirror and lip gloss really are a girl’s best friend! Don’t leave them behind. And if you want your groom to walk down the aisle without Great Dane hair streaming from his jacket, pack a lint brush!

Extras

You might want to use a separate backpack for all the little necessary extras such as glue guns or glue sticks. If the best man gets a headache or the Maid of Honor can’t control her cough, you’ll be glad to have some basic medicines stashed away. Batteries, an umbrella, tape and snacks won’t take up too much room in that bag. A can cooler will certainly come in handy to keep your hands and clothing dry when wetting your whistle.

Ready, set, go!

This checklist is designed to fix any little hiccups that may occur: A shortage of bobby pins for the bride, a chipped fingernail for a bridesmaid, or a small stain on the groom’s shirt. Trust me, it can happen.

This wedding day survival kit can also be used as a handy checklist for the honeymoon and future trips!

I hope you won’t need many of these things (Band-Aids, Tums, etc.) but it never hurts to be prepared.

Best wishes for a happy (and worry-free) wedding day!

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