Honeymoon Packing List

Honeymoon Packing List

Packing can be a tedious process but needs careful consideration. Here are some packing tips to help make the process easy and efficient. Before you begin to pack, have an idea of what you will be doing while on vacation. Will you be hiking, therefore needing hiking shoes, a backpack and a large water bottle? Lying on the beach? Playing golf? Many different sports have their own equipment that you may need to bring with you, unless your hotel offers the ideas for free or a small charge.

Next, find the appropriate size suitcase for your length of stay and make sure it is sturdy and in good condition. Consider outfit choices that could mix-and-match. You may only need one jacket or sweater the whole stay, so pick one that will go with all of your outfits (i.e. black or white). Stick with versatile bottoms and you can splurge on those many colored tank tops that don’t require a lot of space.

Compile all clothes and supplies before beginning to cram them into the bag. Put the larger and heavier items in first. Make sure all liquid items are zip-locked, preferably double layered. Try rolling clothes to make more room. Finish with the smaller items that can fill in the holes. Don’t forget to leave room for souvenirs!! Leave expensive or precious valuables at home. Honeymoon Packing List is below!

Romance
Bath Salts
Belgian chocolates – any chocolates!
Body lotion
Body wash and scrubber
Bubble bath
Candles – preferably scented
Feather tickler
Hand held massager
Lingerie
Massage oil
Mood music
Silk scarf – drape over a lamp for mood lighting

Carry on you
Airline, Cruise or Train tickets
Auto insurance card
Cash (also small change for tipping; as well as some money in local currency)
Credit cards
Driver’s license
Embassy contact information
Emergency numbers
Frequent flyer cards
ID
Itinerary (including confirmation numbers and addresses/phone numbers of your hotel(s)
Packing list
Passport
Phone card
Preferred hotel cards
Traveler’s checks and receipt
Vaccine records
Visas

Her Clothing List
Bathing suit (at least 2)
Beach cover-up
Bras
Fake engagement ring
Dresses
Hat
Jacket or raincoat
Jewelry
Pajamas
Pants
Pumps
Robe
Sandals and flip flops
Shirts
Shorts
Skirts
Socks
Sweaters
Tank tops
Tennis shoes
Underwear

Her Bathroom Items
Blow dryer
Brush
Contact lens solution and case
Curling iron
Dental floss
Deodorant
Eyeliner and shadow
Facial cleanser
Foundation and powder
Hair accessories
Hair styling products
Lipstick
Blush
Mascara
Makeup remover
Moisturizer
Mouthwash
Pads and tampons
Razor and shaving cream
Shampoo and conditioner
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Tweezers

Miscellaneous
Addresses – print labels to mail post-cards to family & friends
Beach towel
Binoculars
Books or magazines
Camera supplies – including extra film, extra battery, memory chip and under water camera if tropical destination (much cheaper in the states!)
Cell phone
Citronella candle – keeps mosquitoes away while you sit outside
Currency converter
Fork, knife, spoon or wine opener
Guidebooks
Journal and pen
Keys – in case you decide to go back home
Language phrase book
Laptop and computer cords
Laundry detergent (small bag)
Luggage locks (useful in the room)
Maps
Money belt
Playing cards
Radio/ CD Player/ I-Pod / MP3 player and speakers
Q-tips
Safety pins
Sewing kit
Sports equipment
Stain remover
Sunglasses
Tote Bag or small backpack
Travel board games
Travel iron/ steamer
Umbrella
Zip-loc bags

His Clothing List
Belts
Blazer
Collared shirts
Dress shoes
Hat
Jacket or raincoat
Pants
Pajamas
Robe
Sandals and flip flops
Shirts
Shorts
Socks
Swimsuit
Tennis shoes
Ties
Underwear

Packing Tips:
Contact your hotel to find out what amenities are available in the room – don’t waste space! (i.e. hair dryer, iron, CD player…)
– Adapters and converters! Electrical items in foreign countries need both, make sure you have the right one for your destination.

His Bathroom Items
Chapstick
Comb
Contact solution and case
Deodorant
Floss
Hair products
Razor and shaving cream
Shampoo
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Mouthwash
Tweezers

Medical
Aloe Vera gel
Antibiotic cream
Anti-bacterial stomach pills – help prevent diarrhea (ask your doctor)
Anti-bacterial wipes
Anti-diarrhea medication
Anti-itch cream
Band-aids
Birth control pills
Condoms
Dramamine (for boat goers)
Extra contact lenses
Insect repellent
Lube
Pain pills
Prescriptions
Sunscreen

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