HOW TO BE PREPARED FOR WEDDING DRESS EMERGENCIES
Despite all your preparations, sometimes Murphy’s law kicks in, and something goes wrong the day of your wedding. Having a few emergency supplies on hand can keep a hiccup from turning into a disaster. Here’s what you should pack in your wedding day emergency kit:
Needle and thread: You may not be a seamstress, but having a needle and white thread handy can take care of a minor snag before it becomes a major tear.
Extra Buttons: Did your dress come with an extra button or two? Bring them along. If one pops off, use your needle and thread to replace it.
Small nail clippers or scissors: Not only can you trim a snagged nail, a small pair of nail scissors or clippers can remove a tag or snip a loose thread.
Safety Pins: Otherwise known as the all-purpose fix. If your gown has a train, bring a larger pin or two as a back-up to your bustle.
Fashion Tape: This can be useful in a multitude of ways. Fix a fallen hem, reattach a trailing ribbon, corral a strap, stop a wardrobe malfunction in its tracks. The possibilities are endless.
Wine Away: Serving red wine at your reception? A few sprays of Wine Away will take care of any drips, dribbles, or spills - and it's available in both a mini and full-sized bottles.
Madame Paulette’s Professional Stain Removal Kit: The sooner a stain is treated, the easier it is to get out. The experts at Madame Paulette’s in New York City have created a kit that can tackle just about any stain when and where it happens.
Adhesive Bandages: Don’t let a blister or raw spot keep you from dancing the night away.