1. Do Damage Control
Ask the florist to bring a spare boutonniere or two, in case one gets lost or damaged.
2. Prepare For the Worst
Pack an emergency kit with eye drops, mints, a stain-remover stick, nail polish, and fashion tape for wardrobe malfunctions.
3. Be Considerate
Bring along a few pairs of earplugs for any guest who finds the music at the reception a bit too loud.
4. Take Cover
If there's rain in the forecast, stock up on umbrellas and arrange for friends to help guests get from their cars into the venue.
5. Arm Yourself With a Tissue
Maybe it's your something old, but be sure to have a hanky at the ready. You never know when tears will flow.
6. ... and Phone Numbers!
Tuck a contact list of all vendors in your handbag. Be sure to get the weekend on-call numbers!
7. Pass Along Your Shot List
Print a copy of the shot list for your photographer. You've likely already reviewed it together, but handing it to her day-of will ensure that no essential pics are missed.
8. Locate the Rings
The rings! Who's got 'em? Make sure they are in the right hands (traditionally, this is the job of the best man).