There are a lot of last-minute tasks going on during any wedding weekend. So you’ll want to grab a bag and fill it with all the essentials to avoid a mess on the D-day. These things will keep the day running smoothly, and save anyone from a last-minute errand. So make sure you have all the essentials checked off your packing list. Go ahead and don’t forget to pack these key items that will make sure you get through the entire day without a hitch.
The Contact Details of the vendors
Keep the phone numbers of the vendors in case you have a last-minute question on the D-day.
Cell Phone Charger
You have a long day ahead of you so it’s always helpful if your phone is fully charged. Bring along a phone charger or power bank that can bring your phone back to life.
A Bag of Snacks and water bottle
You’ll be running around the morning and afternoon of the wedding. Don’t forget to please your stomach by bringing along a bag of easy-to-eat snacks. It’s important to stay hydrated on the day of the wedding, so keep a water bottle close.
A Mini-Pack of Tissues
You can never have too many with you on the day of the wedding, whether it’s to dry tears or fix your makeup.
Bring a clutch to hold your phone and other essentials.
Keep the necklace, earrings, or bracelet in a small bag or box that you can store in your purse until it’s time to get dressed.
Safety Pins and Double Stick Tape
In case anyone’s dress suddenly breaks, have a couple of safety pins available to save the day. It’s a good idea to have double-stick tape in case of any major wardrobe malfunctions.
A Change of Clothes
If you’re heading to the after-party, carry another dress.
A Spare Tote Bag
Bring along an extra bag to carry home any extra decorations or gifts at the end of the night.
Although a professional will bring her tools to style your tresses, pack a curling iron in case you want to touch up your ‘do later in the night.
Hairspray & Makeup Setting Spray
Keep your look on lockdown with setting sprays for your hair and makeup.
A rollerball perfume is a great option that’ll have you smelling sweet as you walk down the aisle.
Oil Blotting Sheets/ Tissue paper
Use these as a quick, last-minute way to freshen up before walking down the aisle, without ruining your makeup.
Makeup Remover Wipes
In case the tears start spilling or your lipstick starts to feather, bring along makeup remover wipes to keep your face looking fresh.
Keep your breath fresh without having to chomp down on the gum.