Once the honeymoon is booked and rapidly approaching, the last stressful task to complete is packing. Determining what to pack for the trip of a lifetime can be a bit overwhelming to say the least. You always want to look and feel your best, but you unfortunately can't bring everything you own with you. Fortunately, you can bring some of the best luggage and accessories to make traveling seamless and get you to where you're going in the easiest, most relaxing way possible. Check out our favorites.
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Spinner Style Luggage
Spinner style luggage makes zooming through, and navigating around airports a lot easier (and maybe even a little bit less stressful!) Add this style suitcase to your registry stat! We highly recommend the Samsonite Spinner set. Designed to be able to roll 360 degrees around (which eliminates heavy tugging on your arms and shoulders) spinners come in hard shell casing, or soft design in a variety of sizes and colors sure to meet everyone's luggage needs. ("Omni PC" spinner luggage 3-piece set, $469, Samsonite)
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The struggle is REAL. Packing for any trip can be tough, but for your honeymoon? Forget it. Unfortunately, unless you want to spend extra for overweight baggage, a luggage scale is a must-have to make sure you pack smart and fit everything you need within the airline weight limits. (Manual luggage scale, $10, Samsonite)
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Every bride-to-be needs at least one of these in their bag arsenal. Some of our favorites include the Long Champ Large Le Pliage Tote, the Louis Vuitton Neverfull, and the Tory Burch Ella Packable Tote. These styles expand to large shoulder totes perfect for those types of trips where you bring home more than what you came with (the best kind!) and are light to pack when you're trying to keep things light. ("Le Pilage" large tote, $145, Long Champ available at Nordstrom)
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The perfect accessory that fits in your wallet? Yes, please! Not only is AAA a super helpful service for those hitting the road, but it also offers tons of travel discounts and benefits for wherever you're headed. With modest member pricing, this little card packs a big punch and is a no-brainer for those traveling domestically, too.
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It is possible to relax in-flight, you just need the right tools. A quality eye mask, headrest and blanket can have you snoozing off in no time, waking up at your destination relaxed and ready to go. Voted British Invention of the Year in 2013, the J-Pillow is a washable, strategically designed pillow/headrest combo that provides support to your head, neck, and chin so you can comfortably sleep. We also love the Barefoot Dreams travel shawl to keep you warm and cozy while you rest, as well as the Sephora Instant Depuffing Eye Mask to keep it dark enough to sleep while ensuring you arrive as a fresh faced new Mrs. (Neck travel pillow, $60, J-Pillow)