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The Groom’s Survival kit is an essential piece of mind that your groom has everything he needs to deal with minor mishaps. The kit could double up as a thoughtful gift with a heartfelt note from his intended.
We’ve created a Bride’s Emergency Kit, which is perfect for brides-to-be and bridesmaids to have on the morning of the wedding but don’t worry Gents, we won’t be leaving you out.
Traditionally, the groom and his groomsmen stay at the couple’s home on the eve of the wedding day, with a fry up on the morning and heading to the ceremony venue in good time, so everything you could need is already at home. But there’s no harm in making sure you have all the things you would need in one place, that can easily be taken to the venue.
The Groom’s Survival kit could easily be done as a DIY but alternatively there are some done for you gift options that are just the ticket to.
Essential Groom's ideas
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Here’s what to put in a Groom’s Survival Kit:
- Pain Relief: Paracetamol and Ibuprofen
- Allergy and Hayfever tablets
- Dental floss and mouthwash
- Plasters and Blister plasters
- Hand Sanitizer
- Sun protection
- Contact lenses and liquid (if used)
- Razor and shaving foam
- Comb and Bead Grooming supplies
- Hair Gel
- Nail clippers/scissors and file (you’re allowed to have clean nails too; it would be shame to catch a jagged nail on your bride’s gown)
- Healthy snack bars
- Sweet treats
- Dutch Courage (Whiskey, scotch, your choice; drink responsibly)
The Little Things
- Sewing kit (being able to sew on a button or mend a hole is a life skill everyone should have)
- Spare socks
- Tissues and a spare handkerchief
- Safety pins (for your boutonniere, or even to keep your tie down if it’s a windy day)
- Chargers – phone, tablet, laptop
- Comfy shoes or slippers
- Shoe soles
- Stress ball
- Lint brush
- Shoe polish