The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its new survival guide to help people survive wedding day disasters.
The new survival guide will encourage people who are planning a wedding, to develop a plan for emergencies including weather conditions, medical problems and stressful situations. It urges people to prepare in advance for the possible wedding catastrophe, especially during the hurricane season.
The agency has already released a guide for summer, a season when most people get married in the country. The agency has advised the brides and grooms to have an emergency kit, with first-aid supplies, water, snacks and necessary documents that are required for the wedding.
“As you gather your nearest and dearest to celebrate what should be a joyful time, Mother Nature, clashing personalities, and unexpected situations could easily thwart even the best laid plans,” the CDC wrote in the guide.
It also recommended having people who could help during an emergency around. Extra umbrellas and a backup plan can help reduce the stress among couples. The report also noted that brides might be stressed out at the time of wedding and advices grooms to remember that they will return to being calm after the on the spot stress in reduced.
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