The CDC wants you to be prepared for an emergency since wedding season seems to take place during hurricane season. The first thing they recommend is to get an emergency kit ready and have it available at the wedding. The second thing they advise is to make a plan so that there are no surprises in the case of an emergency. Your wedding day should be calm and organized. Making a plan ahead of time is a great way to keep anxiety at a minimum and nerves calm. Make sure you have a guest list with contact information and a phone list of emergency numbers for the town you will be in. You and your wedding party should be aware of all emergency exits throughout the building, as well as any evacuation procedure. Someone in the wedding party should be assigned as the point of contact for any questions that arise, so that you can focus on other things. Should any kind of emergency develop, you’ll need to be able keep frustration levels low. The more prepared you are, the more composed you will be, which will keep your guests from panicking. Portable Restroom Trailers hopes you won’t even need to think twice about the emergency kit or plan, but as long as it’s there, you’re ahead of the game. As we like to say, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Stay tuned for more information on “being informed”…