Things You Can't Live Without On Your Wedding Day

When it comes to your wedding day, you need all the help you can get. The schedule is packed and there’s so much to do. Fortunately, there are ways to make it easier and avoid possible mishaps. Here are the things that you simply can’t live without on your wedding day. Check them out below. 

A Full Service Bar At The Venue

If you’re having an all-day wedding (or heaven forbid, a two-day gathering), then you’ll need a full service bar. Guests will love to order their signature cocktails and other beverages (and you can join them), without any fuss or bother.

Let's face it: if your wedding is extending over multiple days, having an endless of supply of drinks on tap (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) is going to make things pop.

Travel Sewing Kit & Safety Pins

As you go through daily life, you don’t really notice damage that happens to your clothes. In fact, small bits of damage occurs so infrequently that you hardly consider it happening at all. 

Unfortunately, wedding days tend to be considerably more hazardous, with brides’ dresses seemingly getting ripped all the time. For this reason, you’ll want to take a travel sewing kit with you, complete with right thread that you need for your dress. This way, you can deal with any slip-ups or wardrobe malfunctions before you get to the altar. 


Don’t forget wedding car hire. It's completely essential to have somebody there, waiting outside, ready to whisk you and the groom off to wherever you need to be next. Don't leave it to chance by enlisting friends or family to perform this task - arrive in style and hire the professionals!

Extra Lipstick

With all the talking and kissing going on, your lipstick and other makeup will wear off before long. Get one of your bridesmaids to carry a clutch with any cosmetics you need to bring with you and touch up throughout the day.

Phone Chargers

Everyone's phones will be buzzing throughout the day for one reason or another - especially yours. Usually, brides pass responsibility for it over to somebody they trust. Just make sure that they have a means of charging it, particularly if you’re planning on riding off into the sunset once the reception is over. You may also want to have a couple of phone chargers for guest use during the reception. 

Bottled Water

Celebrations can be thirty business, so during your wedding, it's important to keep everyone hydrated and comfortable with plenty of bottled water available. 

When it comes to yourself, make sure that your bridesmaid or family member keep a bottle of water or two stashed somewhere for you, even if they are in the wedding limo. Ensure that you keep sipping water throughout the day so that you don’t get dehydrated or develop a headache. 

A Helper

Lastly, don’t forget to assign yourself a helper – somebody who doesn’t mind being your personal assistant for the day. This will free yu up to enjoy the day as much as possible and minimise stress. Make sure you choose the right person!

Posted by Vanessa Roberts