Start with the basic common sense items such as aspirin or other headache relief pills, a little mouthwash and some antacids for stress-induced gastrointestinal problems. Other common tools, such as gas pills, nasal sprays and contact lens solution should be included as needed.
All medications, such as heart, allergies or migraine medicine should always be nearby. Extra contact lenses, glasses or similar items should be available, too. Try adding a cell phone charger, extra batteries and address stocked for electronics, if-s room.
Of course, a full supply of any make-up is always at hand, as well as some hairspray, a brush and a few hairpins. When carrying the bride or the bridesmaids are nail polish, make sure to have a little more color polish, a nail file and some nail polish remover, as well.
Although no one can worry about their nails, loaded with clear nail polish in the event of a run to help in tights. Of course, not everyone can fix nail polish hook, so that an extra pair of hose can come in very useful. If stains, no hook, give yourself worried, make sure to grab a pen or spray stain removal as well.
Make for emergencies fashion, you have a small sewing kit with needles, thread, small scissors, small safety pins and some double sided tape. It never hurts to throw in some super glue, even at a fraction of the heel, buttons or jewelry.
If there is room in the left Emergency bag, think about adding a few 'just in case anything goes wrong' elements. This includes tampons or sanitary napkins, smelling salts, bandages and extra ear hooks.
You end up with many elements, but the feeling is prepared to help your wedding stress. Depending on your particular make decisions, you can save your emergency items in a large duffel bag. If you are dealing with an elaborate wedding, you may even want a bridesmaid responsible for the conduct and hold the bag to pack, so it is always ready to solve any potential problems.