(via Ballroom Dance San Diego)
Actually, it doesn’t say anything specific about dance disasters, but come on, who could pass up that illustration?
What am I talking about? I’m talking about the CDC’s tongue-in-cheek advice for emergency preparedness for wedding season.
As CDC blogger Caitlin Shockey points out, wedding season does hit right smack dab in the middle of hurricane season. Therefore it behooves one to have an emergency plan in place:
“If a tornado warning rips through the area, would you know what to do? 200 guests are not going to be able to crowd into the one windowless bathroom.”
Other recommendations include sedatives and chocolates in case of an overwrought bride, and bandages in case of accident involving the flower girl.
Sadly lacking, though, any word of what to do if your wedding is interrupted by Zombie attack. Should that be a problem you’re concerned about, fear not. The CDC does have advice for you on that front, too.
Remember, safety first and be prepared!