Your Bridesmaid spills her red wine-on you?
The Maid of Honor's stockings-and mascara-are running?
Your Mother is having hair issues?
Recently came across and found Mojuba Wedding, The Ultimate Wedding Day Survival Kits and absolutely loved it so much we just had to share with you! It's everything you need—but didn't know you needed—on your wedding day...
Per the website, "Bride Mojuba is a collection of last-minute items that brides need-but didn’t know they needed-on their wedding day. Bride Mojuba is a sophisticated, chic bag that unfolds to reveal one exquisite item after another, from essential everyday items to indulgent necessities for the bride and her bridal party.
Whether bought to ease the stress of their own wedding day or given as a gift, brides across the country can breathe a sigh of relief-Mojuba Wedding will prepare them for the unexpected on their wedding day."
Jackie James Wedding Tips & Tricks - Great Ideas for Wedding Planning Success
-Have the entire bridal party scuff their shoes outside on the sidewalk or concrete so no one slips in their new shoes.
-Make sure all your guest lists are in alphabetical order. It makes it much easier to address envelopes, make place cards, and keep track of all your guests.
-Use lots of candles at the reception to add romance to the evening.
-Use flowers that are in season to ease your budget.
-It is inevitable that someone in your bridal party will be running late. Schedule rehearsals, hair appointments, and photography half-an-hour early.
-Give the photographer a list of must-have photos so your albums aren’t missing a single memory.
-Don’t get cold feet on the dance floor-take some dance lessons.
-For place cards, use envelopes with table numbers inside. This way, table assignments will be easy to switch day-of.
-Please never, ever e-mail invitations, save-the-dates or thank yous. Traditional invitations and thank yous sent through mail are much more polite.
-Save the long, emotional toast for the rehearsal dinner. The wedding toast should be short and sincere.
-Make sure everyone has a drink in their hands before you begin.
-Draw everyone’s attention to the Bride and Groom, not yourself. (Although a quick introduction is okay.)
-Name the people you are toasting.
-Don’t drink too much before your toast, but be sure to take your sip after!
-Remember to speak loudly and clearly, even if you’re nervous.
-And in case it’s all forgotten:
(Bride) and (Groom) may your lives be filled with joy, good health, and a lifetime of happiness.
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