Printable (and cute!) Disney World luggage tags

One of the most fun parts of planning a Disney World trip is all of the chances to get creative. In this post, I have some Disney World luggage tags you can print out and laminate for your trip.

Consider using them for your luggage as you fly, park bags, or anything else you can think of.

Let's take a look...

About Disney's luggage tags

Before we dive into DIY Disney World luggage tags, I want to mention the ones that you might get in the mail.

There are 2 types of luggage tags you might get from Disney:

  • If you're using Magical Express, you'll receive adhesive luggage tags in the mail to put on your bags. These are used to identify your luggage to the Magical Express team as your bags come out on the baggage carousel so the luggage handlers know to pick them up. These are not intended to be used like traditional luggage tags that have all of your contact information on them.
  • If you booked a package (and not a room-only reservation) and live in the United States, you should receive 1 luggage tag per person to match the MagicBand colors you chose. These arrive in the same box as your MagicBands. The colors and designs are shown in the pic below.

How to put the Disney World luggage tags together

To use the luggage tag designs shown below, I recommend getting self-laminating packages that are super easy to put together. These tag designs are 2" x 4" so get self-laminating kits that are at least 2.5" x 4.5" like this type on Amazon to allow for a bit of extra room around the border.

Either print them out double-sided so you're just inserting one piece of paper, or print them out in one long strip so you can fold it and keep them aligned easily.

Disney World luggage tags

If you do the option shown above which requires you to fold the long piece in half, check the cut edge before laminating to make sure it's even and you've eliminated any extra white border.

Disney World luggage tag

After your tag is printed, cut, and ready to laminate, put it on the non-adhesive side of the lamination kit tag...

Disney World luggage tag

Then unstick the adhesive side and attach it to close up the tag. Consider using something like a credit card to smooth it out as you seal it, so you can remove air bubbles.

Disney World luggage tag

The luggage tag designs

Now on to the designs...

Retro luggage tag

retro Disney luggage tag  retro Disney luggage tag

Fonts used: Helvetica Neue Thin, Avenir Next Condensed, DIN Condensed Bold
Download JPG files: Front, Back

PDF, Word, and Photoshop downloads available for WDW Prep Members at the bottom of the post.

Vintage Magic Kingdom map tag

retro Disney luggage tag  retro Disney luggage tag

Fonts used: Apple Chancery, Helvetica Neue Light
Download JPG files: Front, Back (monogram on front not in the download file, but you could add it in any word processing or graphic design program)

PDF, Word, and Photoshop downloads available for WDW Prep Members at the bottom of the post.

Adventure watercolor tag

retro Disney luggage tag  retro Disney luggage tag

Font used: Ke Aloha Regular
Download JPG files: Front, Back

PDF, Word, and Photoshop downloads available for WDW Prep Members at the bottom of the post.

Polka dot tag

retro Disney luggage tag  retro Disney luggage tag

Fonts used: Ke Aloha Regular, Seravek Light
Download JPG files: Front, Back (monogram on front not in the download file, but you could add it in any word processing or graphic design program)

PDF, Word, and Photoshop downloads available for WDW Prep Members at the bottom of the post.

See ya real soon stripe

retro Disney luggage tag  retro Disney luggage tag

Fonts used: Seravek Regular, Seravek Light
Download JPG files: Front, Back

PDF, Word, and Photoshop downloads available for WDW Prep Members at the bottom of the post.

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Planning to print your own tags or have other ides for Disney World luggage tags? Feel free to share in the comments.

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Ken Styron

The link to the luggage tags Word Doc appears to be missing. Can anyone offer some help.

Marie Connelly

I can’t find the link for members to download the tags.

Jaime

I’m perhaps having a bit of a mind blank. Once they’re laminated how do I attach them to the luggage?

Sorry, no coffee yet, can’t figure this out.

Tracy Griffin

I’m logged in and I don’t see the PDF, Word or PhotoShop download options. Am I not the right level to be able to see these? They are adorable – please let me know and thank you

Tracy Griffin

Worked like a charm and boy you are quick 🙂 Thanks so much! I’m making one for my friend who is going in January

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