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YOUR HONEYMOON PACKING GUIDE

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PACKING FOR ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING HOLIDAYS IN YOUR LIFE… YOUR HONEYMOON?

Woot! Here’s the perfect honeymoon packing guide you need-to-read…


DO label your luggage inside and out. {Seems obvious, but we do tend to forget to put all our details inside the case!} On the outside add something unique to avoid losing them and to help stop other travellers from mistaking your bag for their own. You could use creative luggage tags or tie on coloured ribbon or leather.

DON’T wait until the last minute. Start your packing list at least one week before departure date. If you’re leaving for your honeymoon right after your wedding, the last thing you want is to be packing frantically and rushing out the door. Plan ahead and get packed early to prevent stress and a greater chance of leaving important items behind.

DO make photocopies of passports, IDs, and credit cards. Print out two copies of each. Bring one with you and leave the other behind. If you ever lose your wallet or handbag – or if anything is stolen, you’ll have all the information you need to get replacements.

DON’T overpack. Big, heavy bags are a pain {literally} to travel with and most importantly, super unnecessary. Travelling light simply avoids a lot of hassle – and leave you more room for shopping!!!

DO take important items with you on the plane. This carry-on list includes medications, key documents {like tickets, your itinerary and emergency contacts}, a change of clothes, and of course, your phone, tablet and computer.

DON’T pack shoes you’ve never worn before. Whether it’s sneakers or stilettos, broken-in shoes will help you avoid blisters and other foot problems that could stop you from enjoying your honeymoon activities.

DO leave family or friends your hotel details, contact information, and itinerary. If there’s an emergency while you’re away, your loved ones have other ways of contacting you if they can’t get you on your mobile.

DON’T forget useful plastic bags and ziplocks. These are perfect for toiletry items {to prevent spills} and storing dirty clothes. You can also pack all of your clothes in clear plastic bags and then divide them into categories. This really helps to maximise space in your suitcase too.

{Pic: Glamour}


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