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The "Oh Shit Kit"

When it comes to planning a wedding reception, many couples focus on the decor, food, and entertainment. However, it's important not to overlook the small details, like providing bathroom kits for your guests. A well-stocked bathroom kit can make a big difference in your guests' comfort and enjoyment of the event. Here are some essential items to include in your wedding reception bathroom kits:


Feminine hygiene products: It's always a good idea to include a variety of feminine hygiene products in your bathroom kits, such as pads and tampons.


Hand sanitizer: Keep your guests healthy and germ-free by providing hand sanitizer in your bathroom kits.


Mouthwash: Freshen up your guests' breath with a small bottle of mouthwash.


Tissues: Make sure your guests have access to tissues for runny noses or other unexpected needs.


Pain relievers: Include some pain relievers like aspirin or ibuprofen for guests who might be experiencing headaches or other aches and pains.


Band-aids: Small cuts and blisters can happen at any time, so make sure to include a few band-aids in your bathroom kits.


Stain remover: Accidents happen, and guests will appreciate having access to a stain remover like Tide to Go or a similar product.


Breath mints: Provide some breath mints to keep your guests' breath fresh throughout the evening.


Hair ties and bobby pins: Many guests will appreciate having access to hair ties and bobby pins for fixing up their hair.


Mouthwash cups: Include some disposable cups for guests to use when rinsing out their mouthwash.


Deodorant: Guests might need a quick touch-up of their deodorant throughout the evening, so include some small travel-sized deodorant sticks.


Blotting papers: For guests with oily skin, include some blotting papers to keep their face shine-free.


Sunscreen: If your wedding reception is outdoors during the daytime, provide some small tubes of sunscreen for guests to use.


Sewing kit: Include a small sewing kit with thread, needles, and scissors for guests to use in case of a wardrobe malfunction.


Mouthwash tablets: For guests who prefer not to use liquid mouthwash, provide some mouthwash tablets that they can dissolve in water.


By providing a well-stocked bathroom kit for your wedding reception guests, you'll show them that you care about their comfort and well-being. These small details can go a long way in creating a memorable and enjoyable event for everyone involved.






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