Kyle, some minor things I would suggest.
Nix the rain skirt. Your feet/shoes get wet, nylon pants will dry quickly while worn. Just use the longer jacket...you may need to add the material to it making it a bit longer, or, use an extra large jacket.
Add 1 pair of long, medium wt, wool socks. Rinse these out every day, if possible and alternate. Reserve 1 pair for sleeping, ONLY, or a DRY set of cloths.
Dry cloths consist of long johns, socks, down jacket, and sleeping bag. ALWAYS keep these dry!
Add a fleece sweater.
Drop the matches, bring 2 small lighters.
A little extra fuel won't hurt, make it a full liter. You may run low on AM drops for two people, boiling works to sterilize water, as well as cooking.
Suggest dropping the Kindle/charger.
You need bug dope, bring a bottle of DEET. The essential oils will only last about 4 hours at best. DEET will last for several days if it is not washed off.
Camera-drop the charger, put the camera in off after 5 seconds. It will save power. Mine usually lasts about 2 weeks on one battery. The second is sometimes used, but a couple weeks is not that long. 2 batteries will work.
Do not bother with bread bags for your feet. Your feet WILL get wet. That's OK. Feet are normally in a hot & sweaty environment. They will get a chance to dry out well at night.
Add a couple qt zip lock for picked up trash you find.
You could go lighter by dropping most of the first aid kit. A roll of Duct tape is all I ever bring. Along with the SuperGlue, you won't need anything else. But, you need to know how to use substitutes.
An extra bandana works well for a table cloth. Never use this for other things except drying out your other gear. You can tear this apart for lots of different uses.
Food looks good, but not too many bars...they get a little old for two weeks of lunches. Try not to take more than 2 of any one kind for variety.
This will bring your pack weight to about 25 pounds per person. More than sufficient for two weeks.
You could do a lot of little things but this will only save you about 1-2 pounds. (Based on the gear you already have.) Example: Drop the tooth paste. Drop the repair kit, needle and a few lengths of thread, and duct tape will work. Drop the first aid kit, again, duct tape a piece of bandana soaked in fuel will sterilize most cuts/scrapes. Bad stuff is get off the trail, or, get help. Duct tape over hot spots. Slings, and broken bones can be temperarily mended with what you have. But you will leave the trail for anything beyond minor injuries.
Permethrin your clothing. Nylon, wool does well. The fleece will not. Not your socks or underwear (and not your long johns.)
Hike hard and do not be afraid of taking breaks. I figure about 5 minutes in every hour to stop and just look around a bit.
Campsites will be a bit difficult. Hiking Staff? (At least one for setting up the tarp.) A small fire at night can also let you boil some water. Put it in your reserve. Bannock bread, muffin style with dried fruits, is a tasty treat, too.
Food might be a bit short. Figure some chocolate for nights, just before bed. Lots of calories from fats and sugars. I prefer cocoa at night, but this will require hot water. Long cooking times are also possible, such as soups, stews & pot pies, with a fire without dipping into your fuel.
For two people, I bring a 1.4L pot and two aluminum cups with two ti spoons. The cups double as small pots to make hot water. 12oz cups work with a stove for quick heating of morning coffee, while hot water is cooking for oatmeal, rice/w maple syrup, etc is cooking. I pack a small bottle of parified(dried) butter that can be added to breakfasts as butter. Tasts pretty good and adds fats (~250/oz.)
Also, a pocket knife is handier than a razor for many tasks.