Nope. (Well, I don't think so, but I also pack a dress for every day -- and DH has to hang his shirts as well.) I actually pack my dresses right on the hangars (plastic ones, so they are light.) This has an added benefit in that I can then pick them up out of the suitcase, shake, hang... and voila! I'm unpacked.
I pack like Vee...just pack my hang-up stuff on the hangars...put a plastic dry-cleaning bag over the entire thing...fold it, lay in my suitcase and take it as is. Unpacking is easier and done in 5 minutes...and soon we are on the beach enjoying paradise!!
My hang-up stuff is ready...48 hours!! woot woot!!
There are not nearly enough hangers but what I always do is to hang several things on 1 hanger in layers. Like for example, my husband's slacks, then a t-shirt with no collar, then a polo shirt, & then a button down shirt. For me, I hang a pair of capri pants, then a sundress, & then a couple of tops over that. It's a little inconvenient but not too bad. As we wear stuff & it goes into the dirty clothes bag, it gets easier or I can hang up other stuff if I need to.
One suggestion: With the recession and with it being the off-season, as well as the fact that you're just married, I would have absolutely no qualms about asking for extra hangers.
Last year, when we went to CSS for our anniversary, we ended up switching rooms, and while we most definitely did NOT "steal" all the hangers from our previous room, we did note that there were about 20 hangers in the first room and about 5 in the second - we "evened it out" a bit while in the process of switching.
If you get this in time, you may want to throw in a few extra hangers. If not, just ask. I can't imagine they won't accomodate you.