Planted Tank Guru
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Contra Costa CA
Ditto: Take out the heavy things like rocks. A not-very-deep layer of sand or gravel is OK, but if you have any question about weight, remove this, too.
Get help if needed, keep from twisting the tank when you lift it. Keep it level.
A 10 is a lot easier to handle than a larger tank.
On the other hand, if you had plans to redo the tank, this is a good excuse.
Nitrifying bacteria need humidity, they do not have to be under water. They need oxygen. If the move is less than 1 hour, I would put the filter media in a plastic bag to keep it damp. Or if it is in a canister filter, leave it there. If it is more than an hour I would put it in a larger container with some water and plenty of air. (Sort of like moving the fish: the air is the important part!)
Most plants can be moved by keeping them damp, for example between wet paper towels. If you are leaving them in the tank the leaves can dry out. Some plants are worse than others for this.