Wedding Hangover Kit Ideas To Keep You Calm and Collected

Author: Shubhankar Published on : Sep 23,2022

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Planning your wedding is likely to be a stressful time. Everything needs to go smoothly, and everyone should have a great time. You want your guests to have fond memories of the day and not cringe in fear of thinking back to any awkward interactions or embarrassing moments. You’ll also want to make sure you are enjoying it as much as they are. 

The best way to do this is by planning ahead and making sure you have everything you need on the day so that you can relax and enjoy yourself, rather than stressing about what might happen if you don’t have x,y, or z with you. A hangover kit is one way of doing this. It’s an emergency kit filled with useful things that will help prevent a nasty hangover the next morning after a long night of celebration and maybe a couple of cocktails – just in case!

 

What’s in a hangover kit?

A typical hangover kit will contain all sorts of useful items. It can be adjusted to your needs and the setting you'll be in. Here are some ideas to help you get started.

 

1. Morning-after essentials

You might like to have a few extra items in your kit for the morning after your wedding. These might not only be for yourself but for your partner or friends who may need them.

  • Extra toothbrushes: Something like a disposable travel toothbrush if you don’t want to carry around a full-size toothbrush or toothpaste.
  • Extra deodorant: Particularly if you’re at an outdoor wedding in a warm climate.
  • Extra hair ties: These can be useful for both genders. 
  • Extra condoms: Just in case! 
  • Extra pads - Particularly if you’re at an outdoor wedding and there’s a risk of you getting your period during the day.

 

2. Staying hydrated

When it comes to avoiding a bad hangover, staying hydrated is one of the most crucial things you can do. Being a diuretic, alcohol causes you to urinate more frequently. When you pee, you’re losing out on vital fluids that your body needs. Your body can’t process alcohol without water, and you need a good amount of water to process the alcohol in the first place. 

Try your hardest to stay hydrated if you intend to consume a lot of wine at your wedding. To stay hydrated, keep a bottle of water close by and remember to take frequent breaks to drink. You can also plan ahead and have a large jug of water or other non-alcoholic drinks available at the bar if you don’t want to keep going to the bar.

 

3. Dry Shampoo and Conditioner

Next to water, your hair will be the most abused part of the skin on your body come your wedding day. You probably won’t have time to wash your hair, especially on the day of the event. A small dry shampoo canister will help you look clean and smell fresh without getting your hair wet. If you use regular shampoo, your hair will get greasy and heavy. This will only add to the stress and anxiety of wedding day jitters. 

A dry conditioner is best used in conjunction with regular shampoo to minimize flyaways and static electricity. Dry shampoo is a great way to extend the life of your hairstyle. If you’re planning to wear your hair up, dry shampoo can prolong it without getting it wet. If you’re wearing a hairstyle that requires braids or extensions, dry shampoo can help keep them clean and smelling fresh. Choose a scent that complements your bouquet or the wedding theme.

 

4. Eye Care and Facial Cleanser

The bright lights of a photo shoot leave brides and grooms exhausted, red-eyed and puffy. Next to your feet, your eyes will be the most abused and neglected part of your body on the wedding day. Throughout the event, your eyes will be red, scratchy, and watery. And, chances are, you’ll forget to apply eye drops or eye creams. A soothing, cooling eye gel will reduce the redness in your eyes and soothe your tired, puffy lids. 

A cooling eye mask is a smart addition to your pack. A cooling eye mask will help reduce the swelling of your eyes after a long day of being in the spotlight. For the rest of your face, a gentle, non-drying facial cleanser will get rid of the dirt and makeup caking on your face. A few dabs of the cleanser on a cotton pad can be applied to your face, neck, and décolletage. Before going to bed, you can also use it to remove your makeup.

 

5. Deodorant and Body Spray

We often forget about deodorizing our armpits. Brides and grooms, your photographer will be close enough to smell you from a mile away. They’ll also be taking flash photography all night, which can cause you to sweat more than normal. A strong body spray or deodorant will keep you from being told to leave the premises. It’s also a good idea to keep a small pack of baby wipes in your kit in case you miss a sweaty spot after applying deodorant.

 

6. Morning After Cleansing Kit

You’ll want to cleanse your face, remove your makeup and deodorize your skin after an all-nighter. You’ll also want to fight off any blemishes and redness that might pop up after a few hours of partying. A cleansing oil or gel will help to remove your makeup as well as excess oil from your face. Choose one that also has anti-aging ingredients and helps to fade dark spots. A soothing, calming face mist like the one below will help to calm your redness and calm your skincare woes. 

A soothing face mask will help with any breakouts you might get. It’s also a good idea to add a handful of vitamins and electrolytes to your morning-after recovery kit. Vitamin C and B-complex will keep you energized, hydrated, and in good spirits after a night of celebrating.

 

7. Bunch of vitamins

Beyond the vitamins that are particularly helpful in recovering from a night of drinking, vitamins are generally good for you. They are important for everything from keeping your hair and nails healthy to your immune system. If you’re drinking, you’re going to be losing a lot of the vitamins that you need from your body, so taking some can help you get them back. 

You can also help reduce the effects of alcohol, like hangovers, headaches, and being dehydrated, by taking some vitamins before you start drinking. They’ll work to help your body process the alcohol and keep some of the bad side effects at bay. It will be a good idea to keep some vitamins in your backpack if you plan to drink them at your wedding. You can never be too sure when you'll need them.

 

Final Words

A hangover kit is a useful and thoughtful gift to give someone who is getting married. It can be tailored to the person and their needs, and it’s a great way to help them feel confident and prepared for the day after the big day. The best part is most of these items can be purchased in bulk and stored away whenever you need them! 

If you’re getting married soon, consider putting together a hangover kit for your guests. It’ll help them feel prepared and relaxed and make the memories that are created that much sweeter. Visit Bridafusion.com for more tips and advice to make sure your wedding day goes smoothly.

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