Emergency Bag or Basket
Far too often the Grooms and Groomsmen are overlooked it is always about the Bride. So to help out we have created a must have list of 5 groups of things that every Groom should have for just in case. You will thank us later!
1. First Aid Kit
Lets be honest accidents happen. Regardless if the groom is clumsy or if he is the leader of the scout troop, he will know he can quickly take care of a minor unfortunate issue if it arises. If no one ends up needing it. It can find a home in the trunk of a car or in your home.
3. Sewing Kit
Guys will be guys. By saying that they tend to be rough on things like their attire. Maybe it was a groomsman pulling a stunt for the photographer and he broke a seam in his trousers. Oh he merely needs to cut the tags off of his new shirt… A small sewing kit will have him and his groomsmen covered. Make sure your kit includes buttons, thread, needles, scissors, misc safety pins of various sizes. Men will be resourceful in a moment of need!
5. Miscellaneous But Important
- Credit Card / Debt Card
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