by Disney Magic Diva
Hopefully, Elsa has had her last bit of fun for the winter, and Spring has sprung where you live! I know my hometown had about double the average snowfall, and, like Olaf, we’re ready for a summer breeze to blow away the winter storms.
At Walt Disney World Resort, when you think of Spring you probably think of the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. And with good reason! There are so many gorgeous gardens and topiaries – it’s a color explosion! (Flower and Garden also hosts amazing outdoor kitchens, garden “how-to” sessions, tours, concerts, and special play spaces and experiences just for kids!)
But did you know there is another sign of Spring at Walt Disney World? Several of the deluxe resorts including Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort host an annual Easter Egg Display which would put Peter Cottontail to shame. (A pastry chef told me Disney’s Contemporary Resort may have a display too, but we didn’t get a chance to visit there to be sure.)
The Disney pastry chefs spend weeks designing and hand-decorating Easter eggs. These aren’t your typical cute little eggs. They are so intricate, detailed, and creative you really need to see them to appreciate their beauty.
The design team is given complete creative freedom. Some of the eggs are Disney related, some are not. But every single one is truly a remarkable work of art – and completely edible! The hollow chocolate eggs weigh 9 to 12 pounds and stand 16 to 20 inches tall.
There are so many eggs, I can’t possibly share them all with you here. But they do deserve to be shared! So, here are a few of my favorites. Be watching our social media sites for more photos of the 2019 Easter Egg Display in the coming days!
If you’d like to make travel plans to see the Easter Egg Display or to just spend some time with Mickey, be sure to contact Patricia at All for Dreams Travel for a free quote!
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