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What's in that Fanny Pack?

Remember the movie "The Wedding Planner," starring Jennifer Lopez? The scene where she opened her blazer to unveil her "Day of Kit?" Mary (Jennifer Lopez) literally had everything required to make the wedding day go seamlessly at the tip of her fingers.

Jenny Lea and her assistant Brittini always have their special “day of” fanny pack holstered and ready to use at a moment's notice. When preparing for your wedding, it's essential to have a wedding kit on hand to handle any last-minute emergencies or unexpected situations. Many have wondered what is underneath that fanny pack zipper…here is the big reveal!

Safety pins: All different sizes! Big ones, little ones, and even a giant diaper pin. Why? If the bustle of the dress fails for some reason and it needs to be secured, these guys come in handy!

Boob tape: This stuff is amazing! Tape the girls where they should be and get the party started.

Stain Remover: Spill your wine? ✔️ BBQ sauce from the buffet? ✔️ A big hug from a child who just visited the s’mores bar? ✔️

Tissues: For tears of joy or unexpected sneezes.

Motrin, Tylenol & Benadryl: Small packs of both types, you will never know who will need what kind, and allergy medicine to prevent or delay an allergic reaction.

Band-aids: Flower girl trips and busts her knee, or a bridesmaid is getting a blister from her shoes, either of these situations could be a distraction from your special day.

Blotting papers: Useful for controlling shine on the face, sweat, and tears

Bobby Pins: Sometimes hair has a mind of its own that is not conducive to your wedding day. You can never have enough bobby pins on hand.

Wet Wipes: These are worth their weight in gold. Enough said.

We change out our kits for the needs of each of our weddings, by customizing our fanny

pack contents based on your specific needs and the nature of your wedding. It's always better to be prepared for any unexpected situations that may arise on your special day.

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