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Any savvy bride knows that the key to having the perfect day is being prepared. And a cute clutch doesn’t hurt, either.

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1. Mega moisture
On a day where kisses abound, the last thing you’ll want is a pair of dry lips. With this Nova Scotia-made Pearl & Daisy balm in tow, you’ll stay smoochable all day long.
Biscuit General Store | 1661 Argyle Street, 425-5436 | biscuitgeneralstore.com

2. That's so clutch
This sweet Falconwright clutch/wallet hybrid is big enough to fit the necessities, but oh-so-compact. And really, this is more than a wedding accessory, it’s an everyday gem.
J&R Grimsmo| 1533 Barrington Street, 446-3665 | jandrgrimsmo.com

3. Oil stops here
These Jane Iredale blotting papers are the answer to your nightmares. Keep them handy to fight grease and let your natural glow be the only thing that’s shining.
Remedy Day Spa | 546 Granville Street, 425-7586 | remedyspa.com

4. In bloom
Hubley’s handmade, vintage-inspired blossom hair pins can tame your summer frizz and add a little romance to a wilted updo. Find them online in champagne (pictured), blush and ivory.
LouLouBell Handmade | some styles available at Boutique Joliette, | 1870 Hollis Street, 405-4057 | louloubell.ca

5. Pucker up
This micro bubble lipstick from FRED.’s bridal line is called “Princess” and that’s just what you’ll feel like when your lasting colour and super soft lips shine on all night. Tiara not included.
FRED. beauty food art | 2606 Agricola Street, 407-3733 | fredstyle.ca

6. Keep it fresh
Don’t risk chewing gum when there’s a photographer lurking around---pop a mint or two in anticipation of lots of celebratory hugs and kisses.
Sweet Janes | 5431 Doyle Street, 425-0168 | sweetjanes.com

7. Cry, baby
Wipe away those happy tears or blow that runny nose with one of NSCAD grad Heather Shaw’s embroidered vintage Bless You Hankies, from her Toronto-based pi ‘ lo collection.
J&R Grimsmo | 1533 Barrington Street, 446-3665 | jandrgrimsmo.com

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