Walt Disney World – Christmas Edition

I’m taking a bit of a fashion break today to share one of my other favorite things, Christmas Decorations!  I am one of those crazies who has tubs upon tubs of Christmas decorations that I pull out every year.  I take down all my normal everyday decor and transform my house into a winter wonderland.  This year, however, I had the pleasure of enjoying the Christmas decorations at one of the most magical places on earth, Walt Disney World.  They definitely know how to decorate!  The park transforms overnight into a beautiful winter wonderland with no detail left out.

The highlight for a trip to Disney is the Magic Kingdom castle.  At night the castle comes to life, as lights ice the castle and make it visible from everywhere in the park.

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Castle day and night

Although before you reach the castle, Candy Cane Garden and Toy Soldiers greet you.  Main Street is adorned with garland, wreaths, poinsettias, and more!

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Toy Soldiers

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Candy Cane Garden

Walt Disney World Christmas Main Street Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Christmas Decorations

Probably one of my favorite sights to check out is the transformation of the bushes into characters like Mickey and Minnie and snowmen.

Walt Disney World Snowmen

Walt Disney World Mickey and Minnie Mouse

Epcot’s World Showcase shares traditions from around the world including different Santa traditions.

Walt Disney World Epcot Christmas

I could and did spend hours just walking around admiring the different decor in the countries. A few of my favorites were the ornament displays in France, the garland that adorned the buildings and entrances, and the Christmas tea in England.

Walt Disney World Epcot France Christmas

Walt Disney World Epcot le Cellier Christmas

Walt Disney World Epcot Christmas Garland

Walt Disney World Epcot Christmas Tea England

My trip would not have been complete without a trip to the life-size Gingerbread house at the Grand Floridian.  Check out that ingredient list!  That is a lot of honey and sugar!  Everything you see is edible including the sugar flowers and the chocolate Santa.

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Walt Disney World Gingerbread House

Even their mini Gingerbread houses are amazing!  I am going to have to work on my decorating skills this year!  Of course, holiday decorations would not be complete without a tree!  Check back tomorrow to see all the park trees and my fashion posts will be back up on Friday!  Thanks for stopping by and Merry Christmas!

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