Barbados Weddings by Sanojah's

Barbados Weddings by Sanojah's
Weddings in Barbados

Saturday, 8 June 2013


When you are packing for the most important trip of your life, you have to consider a ton of different things. What, where, how, why and when and then add to that will it fit in the suitcase!
What to wear on your honeymoon is probably something any new bride or groom thinks about, but who has the time to think about that when you are in the midst of putting together the biggest, if not one of the most important events in your life! Understanding how hard it is to organize your suitcase in the midst of wedding chaos we have come up with some ideas to help you stay organized. This check list and selection of tips should help make it easier for you when you start to prepare and pack from this amazing adventure of a lifetime.
Keep in mind the following things when packing:
Your going to be taking more photos then normal, you want to look your best. Pack ONLY the a-list items and splurge where you can.
You may lose weight with the stress of the wedding so be sure to have a few sizes in your "what I am bringing" pile.
Know your destination. Is the resort casual, is it formal or what plans you are making for dinner? All of this will help you make a plan to know what you need to pack.
Don't forget the sex appeal. This is your honeymoon for Pete's sack! Toss out the old PJ's and go sexy. And if Sexy isn't your style, at the very least pack NEW pajamas!
Know your excursions. Have an idea of what you plan on doing. For example if you plan on riding down the beach at sunset on a horse, your going to need pants or at the very least long shorts in addition to shoes that wont fly off. If you plan on hiking, biking or even taking a tour via ATV, pack appropriate clothing. Nothing could ruin your day more then having a rash, irritated skin or blisters from a fun day. Trust us, it will put a damper on your fun night.
Coordinate your jewelry so you can pack as light as you can but always look hip and fresh.

Packing Shopping Tips
Utilize companies that promote summer and resort clothing ALL YEAR LONG that market to the honeymoon market and they know what you need!
SHOP months in advance if possible, if not search online under "resort wear". The time of year you are getting married is important. Especially if you want to have all news clothes for your trip do not wait for the last minute to pull out your packing.
Lay out what you think you can use of what you have then make a plan on how to go about acquiring all your new honeymoon styles.
If you see it, buy it. Don't trust that it will be there when you get back and if you get your heart set on something, it is never that easy to find it.
If you are getting married in a winter month be sure to shop resort wear in any of the larger department stores or if you plan far enough in advance start shopping when summer clothes are out months before your big day.
Consider your destination before shopping. If you are going to an island you will want flowing and sexy. If you are going to cold a cold weather locale, splurge for the sexy snow suit and think classy and simple for Europe.
If you are going to Europe, remember that the dress code is much different than island locations, in Europe you will want to fit in, so dress your best.

Beauty Essentials to Pack For Your Honeymoon Destination by
For a Cold-Weather Spot
Whether you're hitting the slopes or taking in the snowy view, you'll want to pack these essentials.

A good face and body moisturizer
Lip balm with SPF
Hand and feet warmers
Hand sanitizer

For the Adventurous Couple
Embarking on a hike or a safari? Here's what else our active newlyweds should pack.

Insect repellent
Bandages for blisters
Plastic bags (to store trash and keep items dry)
Portable face wipes
Hand sanitizer

For a City Getaway
Sightseeing and romantic meals amid an urban setting requires these additional essentials.

Hand sanitizer
Lightweight sunscreen
Oil-blotting papers
Bandages for blisters

For the Beach
In addition to your essentials, here's what else you need for a seaside retreat.

Aloe gel
Insect repellent
Lip balm with SPF
Beach spray for hair
Bottle of nail polish
Hand sanitizer

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