Filofax Decoration: Travel Planner

In the midst of wedding planning I thought it’d be really useful to set up a travel Filofax to take on our mini-moon to the New Forest and for our honeymoon to Rhodes. I bought a Pennybridge personal purple Filofax for this very reason and to me, it’s the perfect choice for a travel planner.

It’s zipped so it can hold all of those important travel documents without them falling out, which is perfect when you’re a panicky traveller like me. And of course, it’s purple, so it has to win, really.
So my plan for my travel Filofax is simple: sunshine, fun and holiday themed. I didn’t want your usual plane-themed paper and sand castles and buckets and spades, I wanted something feminine and soft, and the Ocean Melody collection by Websters Pages was perfect.

Teamed with aqua and coral washi tape, kraft journaling cards (Pinterest printable) and cute vintage postcards, it’s perfect for me on my travels and reminds me of the colours of Rhodes. The anchor pen is from Paperchase. I’ve printed our schedules, flight times, hotel information etc. on personal sized Filofax paper, the perfect companion for travelling with.

Of course once it’s all set up I’ll do another blog post, but for now maybe this has sparked your imagination (or your wanderlust!)


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