Wedding day emergency kits are so important, but you need to know what to put in a wedding day emergency kit. While your wedding planner usually provides one (including Daisy + Sun), it never hurts to have your own!
In this blog, we are here to tell you the items in our emergency kit that we see being used all the time. These are must-haves for your emergency kits.
If you’re a person that runs hot, or you’re getting married during the summer, you need a fan. Not just a piece of paper, but an electric, battery-operated fan.
This is multi-faceted. You can use this for keeping your necklace in place, gluing or re-gluing eyelashes, and more.
Bridesmaid dresses rip, veils come off the comb, and tears in pants happen. This is why you need a little sewing kit in your wedding day emergency kit. Bonus points if you have someone that actually knows how to sew (;
These are by far the most commonly used things. If you have one thing in your kit, you need to make sure it’s a pair of scissors.
These are the best things! They keep your veil from blowing (especially in that Central Oregon wind!), and are soooo needed.
When you’re wondering what to put in a wedding day emergency kit, your last thought is probably a crochet hook. But, these are so helpful. When bustling your train or buttoning your dress, those tiny holes definitely need some help.
When you’re bringing things into your venue, you’re going to wish you had a better method than carrying everything one-by-one. This is why having a folding wagon cart is a NECESSITY for your emergency kit. Plus, you can always use it after the wedding, too!
Stains, that’s all.
If you’re still wondering what to put in your wedding emergency kit, feel free to contact us!