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5 Wedding Day "Life Savers"

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5 Wedding Day "Life Savers"

Every bride should have a wedding-day survival kit prepared for her big day. From choosing a venue to finding the right florist, a lot of work (and time) goes into planning a wedding. But something as small as a tear in the bride's dress can turn an otherwise perfect wedding into a nightmare. You can prevent such disasters from occurring on your big day, however, by creating a survival kit.
 
Bottle of Pain Reliever
Pack either a bottle of aspirin or Tylenol in your wedding-day survival kit. If you or a member of the wedding party develops a headache, you'll have medicine readily available to fight it. Brides and grooms often develop headaches on their big day for the simple fact that it's stressful. The stress of having 50-100 guests watching your every move can trigger a headache, which is why it's a good idea to have a bottle of pain relievers on hand.
 
Anti-Static Spray
Another essential item that shouldn't be overlooked is anti-static spray. Why is this important to have on your wedding day? Well, it's hard to style a bride's hair when it's charged with static electricity. You can spray it down with an entire bottle of hair spray and still not get it under control. Some anti-static spray, however, will neutralize the static charge, giving the bride greater control over her hair.
 
Needle and Thread
Let's hope you don't need it, but it's still a good idea to pack a needle and thread in your wedding-day survival kit. If your dress develops a rip or tear, you (or a member of the wedding party) can fix it. Alternatively, you pack a small sewing kit in your wedding-day survival kit. Just make sure it contains thread in the same color as your dress.
 
Bandages
A fourth must-have item for a wedding-day survival kit is a variety pack of bandages. Cuts, scraps, bruises, insect bites, etc. can be covered up with a bandage, should they occur on your big day. Being that all eyes will be on you, you'll probably want to stick with the clear bandages to reduce their visibility.
 
Eye Drops
The last item on our list is a bottle of eye drops. Some people may turn their heads at the thought of bringing eye drops to their wedding, but it's a simple way to fix “real-life” red eye. If you frequently suffer from allergy-related eye problems, pack a bottle of Visine in your wedding-day survival kit.

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