1. Smuggle in your booze bridesmaid-style. pinterest.com You'll need it during the half-hour vows the happy couple wrote each other on parchment paper. 2. Or, for a slightly less subtle approach, invest in a wine purse. scandinaviandesigncenter.com Just make sure it matches your dress. Available here. 3. Don't sweat giving a toast; there's a handy Mad Lib for that. etsy.com Available here. 4. Buy heel protectors so your shoes don't sink into the grass or get ruined by cobblestones. thesolemates.com Their slogan is, hand to god, "Stay High On Grass." 5. Prevent slippery soles from bringing you down. dreamingofstepford.blogspot.com.au All you need is sandpaper and you can dance to your Rihanna-loving heart's content. 6. Dispel static cling with a wire hanger. realsimple.com Chances are there'll be one nearby. 7. If you lose or forget cufflinks, a binder clip will serve in a pinch. lifehacker.com 8. Tie a bow tie (for yourself or for someone else) in a hurry. designyoutrust.com So much more dapper than a tie. 9. Follow the gospel of Andrew WK. buzzfeed.com Many, many more tips here. 10. If it's an open bar, avoid eternal shame with this app. slappme.com It's called DrinkTracker and it serves as a handy on-the-go Breathalyzer. 11. Banish wine mouth with these incredible wipes. winewipes.com Available here. 12. Get rid of deodorant stains with these guys. containerstore.com Available here. 13. Think you don't know how to dance? Wrong. blog.charlesgaterealty.com This is the entire dance to "Thriller." But what if the song they're playing isn't "Thriller," you ask? Quiet. 14. Remember someone's name when you've totally blanked. artofmanliness.com I've used this trick, also described here, several times to rousing success. If you're seated next to your friend's college roommate's one-night stand or the groom's little sister who randomly came to your housewarming that one time, and they're all, "OMG it's so great to see you, [your name]!!" and you can't remember theirs, just ask what their name is. Chances are they'll tell you their first name and be a little hurt you didn't remember. BUT. Then you come back and say, "No, no, of course I remember that! I meant your *last* name." This, for some reason, is way more forgivable, and they'll chuckle sheepishly that they ever doubted you, and now you'll have both names. Alternate methods include introducing them to someone whose name you do know and hoping they'll say their own in turn, or just acting like a regular human being and asking point-blank. Whatever man. 15. Vet your potential wedding hookup carefully. tehowners.com The more you know. 16. Combat a hangover with these easy tricks. designsponge.com All that garter-booze can wreak havoc. Find the full list here. 17. And if the wedding happens to be yours, and you'd prefer to never forget your anniversary, you might consider this little number. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF alaskajewelry.com The ring warms up every year on your anniversary. You're very welcome.