Planning a wedding with a full-time job

Planning a wedding with a full-time job

Before you reserve a place for the wedding reception and the services of the restaurant which all depend on the number of guests, obviously it is necessary to make a list and think about how to invite the guests. In situations where the church and the restaurant have a limited capacity, the most important segment when planning a wedding is to define the number of guests

  1. Paperwork (essential to include with carry-on luggage): 
    Airline tickets 
    Reservation information (hotel, rental car, etc) 
    Travel itinerary 
    Passport 
    Traveler?s checks 
    Emergency phone numbers 
  2. Carry-On Luggage Essentials: 
    Medication 
    Underwear, nightwear, and one change of clothing (in case luggage is lost) 
    Wallet/purse 
    Medication 
    Hand wipes 
    Kleenex 
    Keys for luggage, car, and house 
  3. Clothing: 
    Underwear 
    Shoes 
    Socks/nylons 
    Shirts/blouses 
    Jeans/pants/sweatpants 
    Sweaters/sweatshirts 
    Swimwear 
    Suits/ties or dresses/scarves 
    Belts 
    Jewelry 
    Raincoat/umbrella 
    Coat/jacket 
    Hat 
    Gloves 
    Nightwear 
  4. Toiletries: 
    Makeup 
    Shampoo and conditioner 
    Razors and shaving cream 
    Lotion 
    Brush/comb 
    Toothpaste/toothbrush/floss 
    Manicure set (nail file, nail clipper) 
    Soap 
    Deodorant 
    Over-the-counter medication (aspirin, etc.) 
    Contacts and contact solution 
    Sun block 
    After sun lotion 
    Insect repellent 
    Feminine hygiene products 
    Hair dryer 
    Curling iron
  5. Miscellaneous: 
    Iron 
    Camera and film/batteries 
    Eye glasses and repair kit 
    Sun glasses 
    Alarm clock 
    Snack food 
    Binoculars 
    First aid kit 
    Maps 
    Magazines/books

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