Easter Holiday Packing List

This post is sponsored by OshKosh B’Gosh; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
Print our Holiday Packing List just in time for your family getaway this Easter!  This checklist makes it easier to stay organized for any vacation!Whether you are planning a short trip to visit family for Easter weekend or a major trip to celebrate, you can pack fairly light. Our Easter Holiday Packing List is a great way to make sure you take everything you need for your next getaway or holiday trip.  I’m a big believer in keeping it to one carry one per person whether you’re flying or driving. Below are some tips for packing lighter and making things a little bit easier on yourself.

Easter Holiday Packing List

 

Make a list.  Start mentally packing before you even get out your suitcase. Then as the trip gets closer, start making a list of items that you really need. Also, start a list of few things you may need to pick up at your local drug store, like new toiletries. Here is a printable Easter Packing List.Easter Packing List

Wrinkle resistant fabrics.  Depending on your destination, pack clothing that is easy to roll and to fold compactly. This can help keep your clothes relatively wrinkle free. This can be tricky if you are packing dressier clothes for church or fancy family dinners. Outfits with a higher percentage of polyester wrinkle less in the suitcase. Take a bottle of Downy Wrinkle release with you too.

Stick with like colors.  This is the hardest part of packing and that is selecting shoes to take with you. If you pack outfits that are similar in color, then you can pack shoes that match and save room. Not only can you cut down on the shoes you take, but this goes for jewelry and makeup too. If you are wearing clothes every day from the same color family then you only need make-up and jewelry that goes with it as well. Take clothes that you can layer and can wear a few times.

Use storage bags.  You can’t go wrong with packing some plastic storage bags to keep things organized.  Also, a shower cap makes a great shoe protector and can be packed easily.

No overpacking. You don’t have to pack everything.  You can always pick up a few items while on your trip that you must have and don’t have room to pack. Remember no matter where you are going there will be a store there.

Pill containers.  I love using those Monday – Friday pill containers that you can find at your local dollar store to keep my earrings and smaller jewelry secure and organized.  They really come in handy for keeping jewelry free from tangles, and are small enough to fit easily into your purse or bag.

So, just do a little extra work before heading out on your next adventure and pack light.  Use the printable holiday packing list above to make your next getaway easier to manage.  Having a checklist makes everything easier to organize and helps you make sure you aren’t forgetting something.

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18 Responses to “Easter Holiday Packing List”

  1. shelly peterson

    A favorite memory is watching the grandkids hunt for Easter eggs.

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  2. Mami2jcn

    My best Easter memory was having an Easter egg hunt in our house and having the kids running around excitedly.

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  3. Janet W.

    My best Easter memory was watching my grandson have fun at his first Easter egg hunt! It was precious and so adorable to see him so excited and having so much fun!

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  4. Lauren

    My best memory is a treasure hunt my mom set up for my sister and I.

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  5. Kelly D

    My best Easter memory was surprising my kids with their first Easter baskets.

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  6. Alaine

    Easter egg hunts as a child!!!

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  7. Danielle

    We had Easter egg hunts where there was a dollar amount on each egg and we would collect that amount when we found the egg.

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  8. Jillian Too

    I love how much fun we had during our family Easter egg hunts. I remember how proud we always were to find the eggs.

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  9. Deborah G

    My favorite Easter memory is hunting for eggs as a child, and enjoying the candy inside them! The harder they were to find, the more fun I had.

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  10. Leidy Ruiz

    My best Easter memory was the first Easter my husband and I celebrated together. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. Amy Z.

    My best Easter memory was seeing my kids excited about our neighborhood Easter egg hunt.

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  12. Em Mahr

    My best memory was last year when the entire family got together for a big Easter egg hunt at the grandparents house followed by a big ham dinner.

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  13. Cheryl B

    My favorite memory is of the Easter egg hunts and the scavenger hunts, my parents would do for us each Easter.

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  14. Amber Brault

    I loved going to brunch with the family at Multnomah Falls Easter morning

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  15. LauraJJ

    My favorite Easter memory was one we did just last year, we did a night time Easter egg hunt with glow sticks hidden in the Easter eggs! Oh we had so much fun! We are doing it again this year!

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  16. Jennifer Marie

    I loved finding my Easter basket as a kid and eating the candy!

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  17. Cassandra Eastman

    My favorite Easter memory is taking our kids to their grandparents house and having a huge Easter Egg hunt!

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  18. Terri Irvin

    Searching for our Easter baskets with my little sister and our beagle dog had found and eaten most of our eggs.

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