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5 Things You Shouldn’t Forget When Packing for Your Honeymoon

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When it comes time to pack for your honeymoon, you’re sure to be super excited and keyed up for the trip. However, there are a few things you shouldn’t forget to pack. You’ll be super glad you remembered these items when you’re in the middle of your honeymoon and have need of one of them.

Chapstick

Whether you’re going to a tropical location or to a cabin in the woods, don’t forget to pack your chapstick. The last thing you want to deal with is a painful case of chapped lips while you’re trying to enjoy yourself.

Soft Lips Chapstick

Feminine Needs Items

The last thing you want to do is be caught unaware on your honeymoon, and these things do happen. Make sure you have everything you need to deal with an unexpected visit while you’re on your honeymoon.

The Camera

These memories will last forever, but it’s nice to be able to reminisce with pictures. Don’t forget your camera and charger to capture those memories.

Camera

Comfortable Clothing

Most brides are worried about packing beautiful lingerie for special time with the new hubby as well as “going out” clothes for fun dates. Don’t forget to pack comfortable clothes for the moments in between.

Wedding Lingerie

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Honeymoon Clothing

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Honeymoon Attire

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Medication

If you’re taking any medication or your groom is taking medication, you don’t want to forget those because getting another prescription for the honeymoon locale can be difficult to impossible. Make sure you pack all needed medications – both prescription and over the counter.

Aspirin

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Remembering these needed items can ensure that your honeymoon goes well and that you have a ton of fun.

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