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The best customizable luggage tags

A few months ago I showcased some of my favorite handmade family travel wallets from Etsy. I really loved highlighting these talented artists and plan to do it more often when I find a product that works for family travelers. Today, I want to introduce you to some of the best customizable luggage tags.

Why families should use customized luggage tags

My son loves helping us look for our luggage when we’re standing at the carousel. Unfortunately, our suitcase preferences look like 85% of the suitcases out there – black. The defeated look on his face when yet another black bag passed us that was not ours made me thinking of what I could do. Buying new luggage isn’t an option, and besides,  And our poor, helpful son gets his spirits crushed when he points out yet another piece of luggage that isn’t ours.

Then we bought some luggage tags.

From a mom perspective, the luggage tag is like a great scarf or pair of shoes. A little luxury item to dress up the outfit. It can show my personality without overwhelming me (because, in reality, I prefer plain with a touch of wild).

Best of all, it’s the one feature that is easily recognizable to our son, making luggage claim just slightly more enjoyable than it used to be. We will take what we can get.

There’s also the practical aspect – if you’re bags get lost the tags help them get returned to you.

Here are some luggage tags that I just really like:

Please note: I am not affiliated with any of these companies. These are just wallets I saw, I liked, and now I want to share with my readers. I get no compensation for any purchases.




JK sells custom leather accessories made in her shop in California. Her leather luggage tags come in a yellow, dark brown, cherry red, and black. She uses one of my favorite fonts, Century Gothic. The best news is that they are completely customized. Either pick a tag for your address, or a tag for your name, or both!

Prices start at $25.

Go to her shop to look at more options, then contact JK to start customizing your new luggage tag.

Destination Handmade

Jamie is a Houston-based artist making an assortment of travel-related accessories and has sold over 500 luggage tags in her store. Her fabric tags are double layered, reinforced with industrial strength backing, top-stitched, double-stitched, and uses grosgrain ribbon to attach to the suitcase… in a word – it’s strong! Her options include ready to go tags in a variety of colorful patterns, or made-to-order tags that can be customized with names, addresses, or quotes.

Prices start at $7.99 and $8.99.

Visit Jamie’s shop to find your perfect luggage tag (and while you’re at it, get a matching passport cover.



Susan specializes in leather goods in her Alicante, Spain-based shop. Her luggage tags come in over 20 colors and can be customized in wording completely. She hand engraves the words and information on your tags, and can add information on both the front and the back. This gives you the opportunity to have your name, address, and a favorite travel quote on your favorite color – in leather.

Prices start at $14.99 for one luggage tag.

Visit Susan’s shop to get started on your own tag today. 




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  1. Love these! We bought cheap mustache ones from Target but the kids love them!

    • If it weren’t for cheap luggage tags I wouldn’t have realized how fun they are! Mine our on their last leg, which is what prompted me to look up something new.

  2. Gorgeous! I love that blue one and the leather ones. I think when the boys are big enough to have their own bags I’ll have to loo for some for them. Curse of the black bag, right???

  3. I love the first leather ones. So classy. And it’s a fantastic idea, rather than struggling to fill out the paper ones in line at the last minute 😉

  4. They are great, really love the leather ones too! 🙂

  5. Wow, those are some really nice leather ones! We’ve found some really fun luggage tags in souvenir shops around the world (Korea had our favorite one so far), and find that they’re a great way to remember places we’ve been AND distinguish our black bags from the rest.

  6. Oh these are just so nice – far too nice for me, I always manage to lose these kinds of things. Great gift idea, I’ll pin for Xmas gifts.

  7. Thanks for sharing. Luggage tags, eh? Such a simple idea. But so beautifully executed.

  8. I love the leather ones- I bet these are so much more durable than the ones I have:).

  9. I’ve never even thought about luggage tags but these are BEAUTIFUL!! And you have a good point, once our kids are little older, they’d love to spot our bags (which are not that recognizable either) by their tags. Hmm. I need to give this some thought! 🙂

  10. Thanks for the feature and your blog is great!

  11. I’ve never thought of getting personalized luggage tags – but I like the idea a lot more then the huge bows of colored yarn I keep putting on my suitcases to locate them!

  12. These are much nicer than what I usually use- the free paper ones the airlines give at the checkout desk, that of course fall apart. Thanks for highlighting some cool options for travellers! 🙂