If you're planning your wedding, then you may have heard of a wedding emergency kit. Planning your wedding requires a lot of time, effort, and thinking ahead. Most couples begin to plan about 12 months ahead. Thinking ahead is a must, and this includes considering emergencies that may arise.
We've done weddings where people became too dehydrated, sprained their ankle, a bride got stung by a bee, a groomsman's pants literally ripped from the waist down, the wedding dress got caught on something and was snagged, etc. Unexpected things can happen, and you have to be as prepared as possible. If you've hired a good planner or coordinator, they will usually have a wedding emergency kit on hand. If you're not sure what they'll include, ask them! If you don't have a planner/coordinator, then be sure to make your own emergency kit. If you're not sure what you really need, and don't want to pack a suitcase full of stuff (over-thinking it), then be sure to check out an article from our friend, Maya, the owner of Preoccupied Bride. She wrote a great article about just what you really need. Check out her article Wedding Emergency Kit: What to Realistically Include.
If you're planning a wedding or event in Chicago, and need an awesome planner, contact Maya, directly! Thanks and as always, feel free to ask us any questions and we'll be glad to help!
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