Camera Body - Canon 5D Mk II - I'm in love with this camera!
Lens - Canon EF 24-105mm F4L IS USM This lens stays on my 5D almost permanently - a great all rounder lens!
Canon - Speedlite 580 EX II
I carry spare batteries and of course the all important Compact Flash Cards, I use SanDisk Extreme III and have sizes from 16GB down to 1GB.
Other bits and bobs are a white sheet for weddings for the bride to sit on, bubbles for children sessions (a great distraction if needed), a great distressed timber chair courtesy of Lis and plenty of water - I get very thirsty!
I'd like to finish by saying that you do not need expensive, exclusive equipment to take a good photo, I started out with the 350D (also known as the Rebel) and worked my way up from there. In fact my husband Steve has an amazing point and shoot - Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 - which he uses mainly for work. What a cool camera - it will probably take him a week to change all the settings back after I had a play with it.
I'd like to touch on a question that is often posed to me - "Canon vs Nikon?" - now I have always been a Canon girl and have trusted in the name over many years, my Dad uses Canon. This is not to say that I prefer Canon over Nikon - I have never laid hands on a Nikon. I always say it's personal choice, I don't think you can go wrong with either and Nikon produces very similar equipment at very much the same prices to it's direct competitor. One day I might have the opportunity to do a direct comparison, but that would mean new lenses etc etc etc. So at the end of the day, it's personal choice.
I hope you have found this helpful. I don't like to use photography jargon and such. How would you like regular tip and tricks to improve or at least validate your photography - If you are interested in learning more then leave me a comment, cause I'd like to do some more posts like this one.