Wedding Day Survival Kit

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Wedding bells are ringing in the month of June for our family. My oldest son is getting married and my daughter is one of the bridesmaids. There will be a bunch of 20 something women (6 to be exact) prepping and preparing themselves to be beautiful on the big day. With all of that beauty and a few raging hormones in one place, there is sure to be some mishaps and emergencies that will need to be addressed.  As the mother of the groom, I thought I’d create a cute Wedding Day Survival Kit to ensure everyone was able to enjoy a stress free day.


You ladies know that if you have a room full of gals sharing one space someone is bound to need deodorant, toothbrush, tums, panty liners, tampons or pads. Plus, I can almost guarantee you that they will all need some chocolate! (I know I will!) Can you say PMS?


Girls, will be girls, so while I was at Walgreens I wanted to pick up the U by Kotex Curves® (the bright and bold colors were perfect) along with U by Kotex® Lightdays Liners to add to the Wedding Day Survival Kit. The last thing anyone wants is to have embarrassing period stories be part of their wedding day memories. Whether it’s your wedding day or any other day U by Kotex Curves® and U by Kotex® Lightdays Liners has new technology that keeps you covered no matter what you wear.

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I wanted to make the Wedding Day Survival Kit, both practical and fun. The wedding colors are purple and gray, so I used a large clear bowl I had on hand, lined it with purple tissue paper and filled it up with lots of good stuff to ensure wedding day and cycle survival needs would be met for all of the ladies.



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  • Reply
    Summer Len Davis
    June 21, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    Aaaawwwwww! Happy wedding to your handsome son and his beautiful bride! I love the colors purple and grey! Those are the colors we will be painting the master bedroom in our new house! This is a really great kit and something you just don’t think about doing for a wedding, but truly, anything can happen! Great idea! #client

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    Mama to 5 BLessings
    June 24, 2015 at 10:45 am

    Tissues are a must. Think pads too, the last thing you do not want is to be uncomfortable on that special day!

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    June 25, 2015 at 10:10 am

    That’s such a neat idea for a gift. I don’t think my wife did anything that fancy!

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    Ellen Christian (@ellenblogs)
    June 25, 2015 at 10:40 am

    What a gorgeous dress! You can never be too prepared for your wedding day!

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    June 25, 2015 at 11:50 am

    That’s a great idea! It always seems there are things that the bridal party needs last minute. This is thoughtful!

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    June 25, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Congrats on your son’s wedding! Looks like it was very successful, and this survival kit is a great idea for a wedding with the bride and the bridesmaids!

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    Sandy Klocinski
    July 15, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    This is SUCH a great list. My mother handled all the details at my wedding and we just showed up.

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    July 20, 2015 at 12:31 pm

    Great idea! I would add crackers though. I remember being 20 minutes out from walking down the aisle and feeling STARVING. Probably the only thing we didn’t pack in our emergency kit was food. Luckily, the feeling went away pretty quickly as things got started, but I always recommend a sleeve of crackers as brides are preparing now!

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