Here are some items that may come in handy, most of which will fit in a small clutch.
This is something you’ll need to touch up throughout the day (especially after all that smooching) so ask your makeup artist (if you’re using one) for the name of the lipstick she used in your trial and be sure to have it on hand to re apply.
2. Breath mints
You can look like a princess but if you stink like a frog, it's not going to be an enjoyable first kiss for hubby.
Pop a small packet of travel mints in your purse for the perfect peck, and to avoid wafting champagne breath all over your guests.
That's not the lasting memory you want people to have of you on your wedding day.
3. Safety pins
This is one of those items that you hope to NOT need - but you'll be thankful if you do.
I have been to two weddings recently where the brides dress needed some repairs throughout the day.
One beaded cap sleeve came off the shoulder and the other had a hole appear at the bottom of the corset. Both were easily fixed thanks to someone having a safety pin on hand.
4. Blister packs/Bandaids
Don't spend your first dance in agony because of the blisters that have appeared on your tootsies during the day.
Slip a blister cover or a few bandaids in your bag to stop shoes from rubbing (and try to wear in your heels before the day)
5. Compact mirror
Having a tiny mirror in your purse lets you do a quick check while no ones watching, and will save your photographer from having to edit out the spinach between your teeth captured perfectly while you laughed at the best man's speech.