In celebration of Easter, Disney Parks Blog created a photo tour of their favorite decorative Easter eggs displayed at the Disney resorts in past years. They also included photos of eggs that would have been displayed this year.
In addition to Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival and the Azalea Trail Maids in the Magic Kingdom Easter parade, the decorative Easter eggs displayed at several Disney resorts are a favorite Disney spring-time tradition.
These eggs are made from chocolate, fondant, and other edible ingredients and take weeks for the Disney World pastry chefs to create.
They are on display for the weeks leading up to Easter in the lobbies of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts.
The group above is from Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts. My favorite is Stitch popping out of an egg!
The group below is from Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
To me, the most elaborate and impressive eggs are found at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.
The artwork of Rapunzel from Tangled and Alice and Humpty Dumpty from a scene in Through the Looking Glass is absolutely gorgeous!
I also love the BB8 and Peter Pan themed eggs.
Below are more photos from past Grand Floridian Resort displays.
The sculpture of Dumbo on top of an egg looks like it could be made of bronze. They are truly works of art!
The details on the Cinderella-themed carrousel egg below are incredibly elaborate. I love the little pumpkins at the bottom.
The Disney chefs also took photos of two eggs that would have been on display this year at the Contemporary Resort. I adore this Jungle Cruise themed egg!
I have traveled to Disney World a few times in April but always after Easter so I haven’t been able to see these beautiful eggs in person yet.
This year, I had a trip planned for the week leading up to Easter staying at the Beach Club Resort. I was planning to see the eggs there and make a special trip to the Grand Floridian to view their impressive display.
I will have to plan another pre-Easter trip someday so I can cross this off the bucket list!
Have you ever seen these eggs on display? Share your own photos of your favorite eggs in the comments on Kenny the Pirate’s Facebook page!
Ashley Beckwith McKellar
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