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The Wedding Shower - Overview
A wedding shower is a pre-wedding party that usually includes all the women that are close to the bride. Often the bride will attend more than one bridal shower, one thrown by the brides side and the other thrown by the husband-to-be side of the family.
Planning the Shower
The bridal shower is a woman's only party; it is a party that is usually held on a weekend afternoon. Gift are given to the bride-to-be by the guests, games are usually played and a light lunch is commonly served by the hosts.

The Bride's Emergency Team & Survival Kit

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The Bride's Emergency Team & Survival Kit

You’ve been a support from the start, when your girlfriend or sister needed your help you were there. You took the time out of your busy schedule to run last minute errands that the bride couldn’t possibly do. You have been a support and a shoulder to lean on and a helping hand during late night planning details. Most of all you as a bridesmaid have come this far and proud to say that you have done your part, although, don’t speak to soon, for the wedding is not yet complete. Your duties and responsibilities are coming to and end but don’t forget the bride still needs your helping hand throughout the wedding day.

Aside from the obvious responsibilities yet expected of you during the day of the wedding, a few added hints to being a good bridesmaid certainly wouldn’t hurt.

Like most stressful events, weddings too bring on their share of worries and accidents. Considering all of the small things that could go wrong for the bride on the day of her wedding, resourcefulness is what will make you and the rest of the bridal party a considerate and much appreciated support

Weeks before the wedding you and the girls should sit down and really consider some of the things that may be needed or could go wrong the day of the wedding. Being well prepared in advance is the safest way to ensure a smooth operation of events especially for a very important occasion. This can be considered such an occasion.

Here is a list of ideas that will work to assist you in being more resourceful:

  1. Hair spray, just in case the brides hair is not already glued down enough
  2. Bobby pins, if the brides up-do does not have enough support to hold it through the rest of the event
  3. Nail file, just in case the bride brakes a nail
  4. Tylenol or aspirin, relief for headache
  5. Kleenex, to wipe the tears away
  6. Bandages, just in case the bride’s shoes weren’t broken in and she needs to cover up a nasty blister
  7. Safety pins, just incase something goes horribly wrong with the wedding dress
  8. Clear nail polish, stops pantyhose runs
  9. Eye drops, a long emotional day can lead to dry red eyes
  10. Breath spray or mints, for those close and personal moments
  11. Mirror, she will thank you for it after all the kisses during dinner time

These items should be considered as the bride’s survival kit, although she probably wont event realize you put one together until you are able to attend to her every need. The items should be within reach at all times if possible. You will make one fine bridesmaid and be remembered as a life saver for years to come.

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