Custom Luggage Tags

Bridget & CaseyAugust 4, 2016 Comments

[Disclaimer: We partnered with Zazzle to bring you this blog post. All opinions and photography are our own and are not influenced by Zazzle. Thanks for supporting the brands that support this blog.]

Over the past 3.5 years, we’ve had the opportunity to travel to lots of awesome places together. Atlanta, NYC, Sonoma, Buffalo, Seattle…the list is growing each year, and we are so grateful that we get to explore new places side-by-side.

zazzle-travel-tags-suitcaseToday we’re jetsetting yet again, and this time we’re heading to the Haven Conference. Haven is a blogger conference specifically for DIY & home bloggers and is being held in Atlanta. We’ve gone twice before and always love seeing other bloggers who share the same passion as us! It should be a jam-packed weekend in Atlanta and we are looking forward to connecting with lots of old friends. And on top of that, a whole weekend together to catch up on blogging, DIY and LIFE… what’s not to love?!

Traveling with your bestie is the best. And since we’re so similar when it comes to our traveling habits (we’re both organized yet laid back) our travels are usually stress-free and so darn easy, which makes each trip fun! Since we’re such compatible travel partners, we have a few more trips planned for the remainder of the year, including a week-long trip to Mexico with our husbands over New Year’s! <— this trip is the blog’s treat to them for their endless love & support. We couldn’t do it without them and want to make sure they know how much we appreciate their help. 

New Luggage Tags

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We recently ordered some new luggage tags from Zazzle, not only to jazz up our boring black bags…but also to get us excited for our remaining trips together! zazzle-travel-tags-1We went with these sleek black and white tags from Zazzle for the girls.
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And purchased these masculine, faux leather tags for the boys!zazzle-travel-tags-7

There’s even a slot on there where you can easily insert your business card right into the tag. zazzle-travel-tags-8

So convenient, right?! suitcase-travel-tags-purse

There are so many options for luggage tags on Zazzle, and it took us forever to decide (we seriously scrolled for way too long, but it was so fun to check them all out!). Ultimately we loved the classic look of these tags, and especially love how you can personalize them with your name right on the front. And for less than $11 a pop…you really can’t go wrong!zazzle-travel-tags-suitcase

So it looks like we are officially all set for this weekend’s getaway! We will be en-route to Atlanta later today, matching bag tags and all. You can follow this weekend’s Haven adventure on Snapchat (diyplaybook), on Instagram, or stay tuned for a full recap right here on the blog next Friday.

And speaking of Atlanta– any recommendations?! We’d love to hear about any local hot spots we can check out. We’ll be free one of the evenings and would love to explore the city a bit.
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P.S. Why didn’t we think of this idea for Casey’s Bachelorette party in Sonoma?! An $11 personalized bag tag for all the guests, genius!! 

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  • Kara D

    These are so cute, have a blast in Atlanta! Looking forward to all the pictures and content that’s going to come out of the conference from everyone!

    I wrestle with what kind of information to display on my luggage tags. In today’s data sensitive world, I have qualms about displaying my address and phone number so “publicly”. What I do is I’ll put my name and phone number on the outside tag, but I have another tag on the inside that has my full contact information (but I honestly don’t know if airlines are even allowed to open the bags in case it’s lost?) As I write this, I’m thinking that I could invest in a little “folder-style” luggage tag, where one has to open it up in order to read the information?

    • Yeah good points, Kara! I’ve definitely seen the folder style ones and that could be a good solution! But you’re right..how much info is too much?!

  • Austin Schneider

    The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is STELLAR. A tad pricey, but worth the experience if you have a few hours to play with. Also, The Varsity is kind of an institution – burgers, shakes, and seriously the BEST onion rings. Looks like an old school drive-in. Not fancy, but definitely delicious! Have a blast in my home state!

    • Austin thanks for the tips! Can’t wait to get there. And shakes & onion rings….sounds AMAZING!

  • Kayla

    I used to live in Atlanta and would highly recommend visiting Piedmont Park! If you have time you could also go to Atlantic Station, the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca Cola and the CNN Center.

    My top restaurant recommendation is Antico Pizza, hands down. The pizza is authentic (they shipped over all of their supplies from Italy!) and is like nothing else I’ve ever had! Prepare to wait in a line but believe me, it is so worth it. Other favorites include The Vortex, Gladys Knight’s and The Varsity.

    Have so much fun! I’m jealous 🙂

    • Kayla, thanks for the tips! That pizza sounds worth the wait 🙂

  • midcenturymom

    Very cute tags! For pizza we always go to Slice & Pint in Emory Village. So tasty and you can customize slices so everybody gets the toppings they want! We love the Decatur area so many great restaurants, pubs, and shops. Twain’s for great burgers and brews. The Marley House or Mac McGee’s for Irish pubs. Butter & Cream for delicious, worth the cheat ice cream. And i love getting lost in Kudzu Antiques! Have a wonderful time!

    • Oh my goodness! You’re a wealth of information (& you’re making us so hungry!) Thanks for the suggestions.

  • Trang

    Cute tags. They remind me of your patio décor Casey!
    Have a fabulous time in Hotlanta.

    • haha, you’re right Trang! I guess we’re loving the classic black & white stripe look these days