Welcome to your wedding day BFF....

The Bride Kit

This kit is designed to offer you the tools you need to solve wedding day + event related fashion emergencies, just like a real wedding day stylist! Take a look at what you'll find inside, as well as some tips and tricks to get the most use out of each product. You can relax and enjoy your big day knowing we've got your back (and front!)!


What is it: Alcohol Wipe

How To Use: This is your pre-cleanse wipe to get rid of residual lotions, oils, or perfumes for a great application! On clean, dry skin, apply wipe to the area you plan to use double stick tape. Allow to dry before applying the tape! Note: make sure you apply to unbroken skin!

Quick Tip: These wipes are great for removing any sticky residue anywhere! We recommend keeping them in a cool dry spot so they don't dry out and are ready to use at any time. 


What is it: Blister & Chafe Balm For Brides

How To Use: This product is best used preventatively! Use it anywhere you think your skin may get irritated. Apply to feet, heels, underarms, inner thighs, etc. for grease-free chafe protection. 

Quick Tip: May also be used on sticky zippers! Start with a small amount on the zipper and add more as needed. Can also work in a pinch on dry cuticles for those close-up photos. We recommend keeping this product in a cool dry spot, as it WILL melt in a warm environment. 


What is it: Deodorant Removing Sponge

How To Use: Hold fabric taut and use the sponge (DRY ONLY) to gently rub spot until deodorant is gone. 

Quick Tip: Never wet the sponge! You can also use this as a quick lint remover in a pinch. 


What is it: Rescue Tape

How To Use: Peel the backing off and adhere tape to garment or directly onto clean skin. Gently smooth fabric so tape doesn't pucker or wrinkle. 

Quick Tip: We recommend adhering tape to skin for dress line or top taping. If using as a quick hem repair, we suggest removing the garment first and taping on a flat surface. The more you handle the tape, the less sticky it will become so keep that in mind when using. If it folds to itself, it's very hard to straighten it back out, so when you're about to use you can hang it off the end of a finger to keep it from sticking to itself or anything around you!  


What is it: Compact Mirror

How To Use: For last minute makeup checks and errant eyelashes.

Quick Tip: Keep this in your bag to check your teeth and makeup before photos at your events!


What is it: Patches to support, protect, and prevent earlobes from stretching.

How To Use: Adhere to the back of your earring hole. Insert your earring and pierce the lobe patch for amazing support!

Quick Tip:¬†ÔĽŅUse these to create a barrier for earrings that could potentially cause lobe damage or soreness. Double up for really heavy earrings!


What is it: Foot Gel Pads

How To Use: Insert inside the ball of the shoe area for cushioned support. 

Quick Tip: Bring this product with you when shoe shopping. It may affect how your shoes fit and feel, as it's very padded and may make your fit a bit more snug. Best results when used with closed-toe, peep toe or thick strap shoes. Use in conjunction with Body Glide for ultimate new-shoe comfort. 


What is it: Hair + Pin Kit 

How To Use: Simply grab and go! We designed this specifically to meet your "pinning" needs. 

Quick Tip: Clear elastics can also be used to keep a knot in your favorite tee for a more cropped look or for a quick ponytail. Use the corsage pins on a wedding day for a boutonniere, to keep a bouquet ribbon in place, or even to pin an article of clothing for a hem reference for your tailor.  


What is it: Lint Roller

How To Use: Peel away logo liner, and roll away lint and dirt! Be sure to tear away sheets once they are no longer sticky.

Quick Tip: Store in your purse, car, or carry-on for quick and easy use!


What is it: Glam + Garment Shield

How To Use: This product prevents makeup transfer from face to clothing. Remove the shield from packaging and carefully place over the front of your face with the elastic part around your hairline. Slip your shirt or dress over your head.

Quick Tip: We always suggest applying lipstick/gloss AFTER you've used this shield so you can get multiple uses out of it. Store back in it's package or a ziplock bag for multiple uses!


What is it: Silicone Pasties

How To Use: Remove protective plastic sheet, place over nipples, and get dressed! 

Quick Tip: Make sure skin is free of lotions or oils before applying for best results. If you're using any kind of body tape product, we suggest wearing these as a protective barrier. If you are sensitive to silicones, we recommend a trial run. As always, if you experience irritation, stop using immediately.


What is it: Bonding Glue

How To Use: Use this product carefully and sparingly to fix broken heels, tears in fabric, broken zippers, or anything that needs a quick and permanent fix.

Quick Tip: We recommend wearing the protective gloves included in your kit, as this product dries quickly and has a very strong hold. Remember to apply pressure as the product dries, and allow ample time for the adhesive to bond for the best hold.


What is it: Pre-threaded Needles

How To Use: Simply grab and go! Match one of the commonly used colors with your garment and start stitching. 

Quick Tip: These are located inside the sewing kit. Don't forget to tie a small knot on both sides of the thread (once you cut to your desired length) for a secure stitch. To learn how to thread a needle just in case your thread slips out, head to our blog post. 


What is it: Protective Gloves

How To Use: Simply put on and go! 

Quick Tip: These are located inside the folded towel in your Kit. They are latex and powder free, but we still don't recommend using after a fresh manicure as condensation will naturally occur. Great for use with any of our glues, when using wipes or even when handling delicate fabrics you don't want oils to get on! 


What is it: Sewing Kit 

How To Use: Simply thread the included needle with the color of your choice and you're off and running! 

Quick Tip: Look inside for your already pre-threaded needle kit for a quick stitch with a commonly used color. We recommend keeping this kit as organized as you can so you're ready for anything! 


What is it: Metal Straw

How To Use: Remove from protective bag, hand wash before use, and you're good to go! 

Quick Tip: Bring with you for special events to keep your lipstick in place and avoid liquid spills. Store in hand bag for easy, discreet use. 


What is it: Stain Removing Spray

How To Use: Prep the affected area with a small amount of water, treat stain, wipe and rinse. Launder or dry clean as needed and if you can't launder immediately, be sure to rinse thoroughly. 

Quick Tip: If you're treating a stain on-the-go and need to get back to the crowd, allow stain to dry or use a hair dryer to hide the wet spot. Bonus tip: If your garment is white, allow stain to fully dry after being treated and use our stain masking stick to temporarily cover stain to get you through your day! 



What is it: Static Removing Spray

How To Use: Spritz generously on the inside of fabrics to eliminate static. 

Quick Tip: Since this is an all-natural, hypo-allergenic product, it's safe to use even on your hair! 


What is it: Tissues

How To Use: Simply grab and go! For the snotty, happy tears. 

Quick Tip: Keep sealed for best results. Can also be used to blot liquid spills.


What is it: Towel

How To Use: For all the spills and messes, use the ultra-absorbent towel included in your Kit. 

Quick Tip: Wash and dry before use for best results. 



What it is: Wrinkle Release Spray

How To Use: Spray 8-12 inches away from the garment in a sweeping motion until wrinkles on the front and back are slightly damp. Shake garment out, then smooth with a clean, dry hand. Let garment dry completely before wearing. 

Quick Tip: We love hanging garment on a hanger as opposed to laying flat. 


What is it: Button and Bustle Hook

How To Use: For the tiny buttons on the back of the wedding dress or bustle. DON'T pull upward on the elastic. Rather, pull OVER the button. Use your free hand to push the button closer to the loop so you are not over stretching the elastic. Take your time, and be gentle! 

Quick Tip: If need a bustle before your reception, practice with your bustle buddy (wedding coordinator, maid of honor) a few times before the big day!