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What’s In Your Honeymoon Bag?

By Richa

The busy honeymoon travel season is nigh! Here are few easy organisational tips to ensure your trip goes as smoothly as possible.

Marriage is a lot of work, but prepping for your first escape as newlyweds doesn’t have to be. Wherever you’re headed on your honeymoon, you should always remember to pack the essentials. Some of these things can be found at your honeymoon destination, and some can’t; some of them you’ll be completely lost without. If you forget some of these things, it could greatly impact your enjoyment, so make a list and check each item off, if you have to. Here are some honeymoon essentials you should be sure not to forget.

Trip Tickets, ID, Passports & Money – Duh!

Please don’t be Joey and do not forget to take your passports. And, I am not kidding, I know one such couple who forgot to carry their plane tickets, consequently of course, they missed their flight.  You’re going to need some way to pay for all of the incidentals on your honeymoon, so one of the most indispensable honeymoon essentials is a credit card or two; some traveler’s prefer other methods of payment. It is not recommended that you travel with cash as it can be easily lost or stolen and is irreplaceable.  Do make photocopies of them also.

What’s in your Carry-on Bag?

It should include your key documents (itineraries, or emergency contact info), a change of clothes, necessary medications, band-aid, and entertainment options such as magazines, books, earphones, phones and chargers. Plus not-so-bulky toiletries like deodorant, wet wipes, chapstick, shampoo, soap, comb, toothpaste, toothbrush, sunblock, hand sanitizers etc. You won’t have to throw them out at airport security if you put them in your carry-on bags.



All the Romance in your Bag

DON’T overpack. Big, heavy bags are a pain to travel with, challenging to maneuver, and most importantly, super unnecessary. Traveling light simply avoids a lot of hassle.

Her stash should include (Tweak the list according to your Destination, Activities and Season. And the number of items depends on the days of your vacay):

  • 1 comfy pair of jeans and leggings,
  • 1 light jacket or pullover (take one that can be tied around the waist or stuffed in a backpack. But if you are going in a zero degree temperature take one heavy woolen or leather jacket, shawl, and thermals also.)
  • 1 nice sundress
  • 1 little black dress
  • 1 cardigan (for chilly sites)
  • Casual shirts, T-shirts or tank tops
  • 2 pairs of shorts or skirts
  • 1 swimsuit with a cover-up
  • If you cannot take the Indianness out of you, then you can even carry a pretty-but-not-bulky suit.
  • 1 pair sneakers & flip-flops
  • 1 pair walking shoes or sandals
  • 1 pair evening shoes, or long boots
  • 1 evening purse or clutch
  • Extra socks and underwear
  • Bras (strapless and otherwise)
  • Accessories - scarves, hats, sunglasses, and jewellery like cute studs, dangle and hoop earrings, statement necklaces to add variety to a limited wardrobe. Jewellery makes my favourite souvenir. Add some local accessories to complete your outfits.
  • Makeup kit - kajal, eyeliner, little eye-shadow palette, facewash, foundation, compact, bronzer, illuminator, powder, concealer, moisturiser, and oh-the-wow red lipstick and bindi. 
  • To spice up things – customised new lingerie, sleepwear, or bath robes.

Note: DON’T pack shoes you’ve never worn before. Whether its sneakers, or upscale dress shoes, broken-in shoes will help you avoid blisters and other foot problems that could otherwise prevent you from participating in much-anticipated honeymoon activities.


His stash should Include:

  • Pair of jeans or khakis
  • Pair of nice PJs
  • 1 light jacket or hoodie (same as above)
  • 4 casual shirts and T-shirts
  • 2 pairs shorts
  • 2 polo or button-down short-sleeve shirts
  • 1 sports jacket or casual blazer (for nicer restaurants)
  • 1 swimsuit
  • 1 pair brogues
  • 1 pair walking shoes, sandals & flip-flops
  • Extra socks and underwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Shaving kit

What Else?

DO utilise a backpack or daypack. Ideal for day trip activities such as city walking tours and hiking treks, a backpack conveniently stores hefty items like cameras, chargers, and water bottles. Meanwhile, you can keep other important documents with you at all times (think confirmations, itineraries, and reservations).

DON’T forget how useful plastic bags and ziplock bags can be. You’ll find these especially practical 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 by item, such as shirts, underwear, or shorts. This really helps keep things organized and maximizes space.

DO label your baggage inside and out. Mark your luggage on the outside with something unique to avoid losing them. Just a few simple adjustments will deter other travelers from mistaking your bag for their own. For starters, try using creative luggage tags or coloured strings.

DON’T wait until the last minute. Start your packing list at least one week before your scheduled departure. If your honeymoon plans have you leaving right on the heels of 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 key items behind.

But most of all, take all the love and happiness with you along with the pristine feeling of being the newlyweds. Embark upon the great crusade that the marriage is, with the kinky kick of your flawlessly planned honeymoon. Go crazy, lovebirds!


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