The recent article from the CDC on how to be prepared for a wedding emergency during hurricane season provided some great tips. Indeed, being prepared for an emergency on your wedding day is wise, and although we at Portable Restroom Trailers hope you won’t need to use any of your tactics, we like to say that it’s better to be safe than sorry. We’re thinking the CDC believes that, too. They recommend getting a kit, making a plan of action, and staying informed. The CDC’s last bit of advice, “be informed” is simply being aware of what is happening. Have a point of contact inform you on the latest updates so that you aren’t caught off guard. In any emergency, being attentive to the surroundings, the environment, and the condition of the guests is essential. You can't make strong decisions if you don't know what's going on. Being prepared always helps take away extra stress, but more importantly, can mean the difference between life and death. Your wedding day is special to you; so are your guests. A small amount of extra effort can pay off immeasurably if such an occasion arises as a hurricane on your wedding day.