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I have read about all of these bags and the awesome goodies, but how is everyone getting them to their DW? From the sounds of some of the bags that they are going to weigh a lot. I think I may crash some of these weddings. LOL, J/K

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A lot of girls have made up packing lists that have everything planned out for all four suitcases. I think it is Paulav that had a really good one. I will see if I can find it

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Yeah, so I am not sure how to add a link to another thread BUT here it is

 

Carry on

Passports and driver's licenses

plane tickets

copies of all contracts

vendor contact info

lists of guests and travel info, arrival times, hotels where they will be

copies of wedding insurance policy

credit cards, only ones we will use

hotel reservation confirmations

photocopies of medical and or trip insurance coverage

phone number of doctor, kennel, credit card companies

prescriptions in original bottles

jewelry, including wedding rings

change of clothes

wedding vows

wedding dress

veil

groom's suit

cell phone & charger

laptop - if you have wedding info on it you need

 

Checked bag 1

wedding night sleepwear

makeup

perfume

nail polish

underwear

bras

shoes

change of shoes for dancing

pantyhose

garter

purse

wrap

slip

groom's accessories

white button down for makeup application

robe for dressing

something old

something new

something borrowed

something blue

her rehearsal dinner dress

her good-bye brunch outfit

 

Checked bag 2

skirts, shorts, pants

t-shirts, tank tops, blouses

bathing suits

beach wrap

sandals

dresses and sundresses

wraps and sweaters

camera, extra batteries

sunscreen

sunglasses

hats

after-sun care

insect repellant

toothpaste and toothbrushes

deodorant

makeup remover

swabs

hair brush and accessories

shaving cream and razors

tampons/pads

favorite nail polish

extra piece of luggage to send dress and accessories back with family

 

Bags 3 & 4

Gifts for attendants and parents

Favors

Welcome bags and contents

CDs/music

Special cake cutting set

Menus

Programs

Escort cards

Guest book & pens

table décor

ceremony accessories

ring bearer pillow

thank you notes to vendors and envelopes for tips

fix it kit: extras of all materials used to make favors, welcome bags and escort cards - glue gun, double sided tape, cards tock, ribbon, etc.

wedding planning folder with guest list and wedding details

 

Leave behind with a friend or family member not attending

copies of itinerary and hotel phone numbers

photocopies of passport and credit cards

sealed copy of wills, insurance policy numbers, financial info

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Wow! That list is great, I'm gonna copy and save it.

 

Our out of town bags are probably going to be heave too. My parents, Maid of Honor and Best Man are coming down early with us, so we might give them each some stuff to take with them (maybe take over 1/2 to a whole suitecase if they can spear it).

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My MOH is the first person out of all of my guests to arrive in Cancun for the wedding. I am going to send enough with her to make the bags for all the guests that arrive before me. We are expecting around 80 people. And everything else will be divided among all the families bags. We are taking down a lot of stuff. It's a good thing that bathing suits don't take up a lot of room in the luggage! wink.gif

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