Want a way to remember your Disney Resort stay this holiday season? Check out photos of all 20 stunning Christmas themed limited edition pins here!
Every year guests flock to Disney at Christmas for holiday decorations, food, and merchandise. One of my favorite souvenirs are Disney pins. Check out our step-by-step article on pin trading here.
Pin comes backed on a red Pin Trading backing card with Disney trademark. Retail on these adorable pins is $17.99 plus tax. In addition, the double posts and black rubber backs make this pin extra sturdy. Pins are all limited edition with sizes of 1,500 to 3,000 each.
As you check out all the photos below, you’ll see that all of the characters in each pin include a wreath border and various colored glitter ribbons. Also, the resorts are labeled toward the bottom of pins in an oval white sign. I love the hidden Mickey berries.
Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation is such a whimsical and fun resort. Guests love everything from the vibrantly-themed decor to the family suites available here. Little Mermaid rooms are also included at the Art of Animation.
This year’s pin depicts King Triton and Sebastian trying to keep up with Ariel. Seashells and bubbles accents are splattered throughout this underwater pin.
Vero Beach Resort
Vero Beach is one of Disney’s beachfront resorts, and is located in Vero Beach, Florida. Guests can rent directly from the resort or reserve a Disney Vacation Club room.
Stitch looks like he’s up to his usual mischief in this year’s pin. The tropical flowers and foliage evoke the beach vibe of the resort.
Boardwalk is one of my very favorite Disney Resorts. Everything from the quirky theming to the beautiful decor and central location bring guests back to this lovely resort year after year. Check out our Boardwalk Resort guide here.
Guests will find a Dumbo-themed twin trundle bed in resort rooms. All of the circus details, including Timothy mouse make this pin soar!
Port Orleans Resort
Due to COVID-19, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort hasn’t been reopened since the Disney shutdown last spring. Guests have been eagerly awaiting its return, but so far Disney hasn’t released any information on when we can expect it to reopen.
Tiana is not only featured in this beautiful pin, but she will have her own ride at Magic Kingdom when the Splash Mountain re-theming is complete.
Check out Kenny the Pirate’s 5 favorite things about Port Orleans French Quarter here.
Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
In the pin above, Goofy looks like he’s waiting for guests to visit Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. I can’t think of a more fun way to be greeted than Goofy! The accents here add to the outdoors of the resort.
The Riviera Resort is one of the most beautiful of all Disney’s resorts. Check out the pin above with Donald and Daisy in their festive Santa Claus outfits. Also, I love the reindeer making this pin Christmas ready.
Check out our Riviera Resort guide here for more amazing details on this luxurious Disney Resort.
Pop Century Resort
One of my favorite things about staying at Disney’s Pop Century is the oversized statues from classic Disney movies. The puppies included on this pin are so adorable.
We recently stayed in the 50’s building and walked past the adorable Lady and the Tramp statues every day. So fun! Read our Pop Century complete guide here.
Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort
Where else can you view animals on the savanna right from your balcony? This is a unique feature to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Guests truly feel they have left Orlando, and are staying in an African Village.
The Lion King characters fit in perfectly with this them, with their sweet smiles. It’s hard to take in all the details of this one-of-a-kind resort. Read out guide to staying at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge to learn more about staying here.
Coronado Springs Resort
Panchito, his guitar, and musical notes are included in this whimsical pin. Coronado Springs has southwest theming, but Panchito reminds me more of Disney’s All-Star Musical Resort since it includes a large statue of him poolside.
Like Disney’s Pop Century Resort, the All-Star Resorts also feature oversized statues of our favorite Disney characters. The 101 Dalmatians can be seen at All-Star Movies Resort.
Polynesian Village Resort
The South Pacific theming of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is an immersive experience. Everything from the guest rooms to the lush foliage and flaming torches gives guests the feeling of a tropical paradise.
With the announcement of non-DVC rooms receiving a Moana makeover, Hei Hei is the perfect Disney character to represent this wonderful resort.
Hilton Head Island Resort
Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort is the only Disney Resort located on the coast of South Carolina. Also, it’s the only Disney Resort that has a live animal, Shadow, a golden retriever, as their mascot.
Pooh says he’s always up for a day at the beach also as long as he can bring his “hunny.”
Cinderella is watching the clock with Gus and Jaq in this beautiful limited edition pin. Hopefully, she will leave the ball before her carriage turns back into a pumpkin.
Check out our guide on staying at Disney’s Contemporary Resort here.
Old Key West Resort
Old Key West Resort is themed after the “romance of the Florida Keys” and set in a fictional community named Conch Flats. The resort offers a beautiful tropical backdrop with a full golf course on site. Read our review of a two bedroom DVC Villa here.
Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa
Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa is a Deluxe DVC Villa Resort. It’s themed after Saratoga Springs in New York, known for its horse racing.
Belle is my favorite princess so I’m always happy to see her included in pins. Also, he addition of the Beauty and the Beast horse compliments this resort very well.
Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
The Grand Floridian is modeled after the Victorian era beach resorts from the late 19th century. Aurora fits in perfectly with the elegant theming in this Disney Resort and Spa. Although Grand Floridian will not have its famous gingerbread house this year, you can see photos from last year’s gingerbread house here.
Check out our review of staying at Disney’s Grand Floridian and Spa Resort.
Beach Club Resort
The pastel colors of Disney’s Beach Club Resort also give guests the feeling of staying at a beachside resort. This resort is warm and welcoming, and gives many quiet nooks for guests to relax throughout the resort.
Ariel is a perfect representation of this charming resort. For details on the complete guide to Disney’s Yacht Club and Beach Resort read here.
Captain Mickey adorns this nautical themed pin. The bright blue colors mimic Cast Members costumes in this beach themed resort. Along with the Beach Club and Boardwalk Resort, the Yacht Club has a waterfront location. In addition, guests can enjoy taking the Friendship boats between these resorts and to/from EPCOT and Hollywood Studios.
Our beloved Wilderness Lodge mascot, Humphrey the Bear, is featured on this year’s limited edition pin. Last Christmas, Disney debuted Humphrey’s gingerbread cabin.
Check out details and photos here on this unique gingerbread log cabin. Unfortunately, Disney has announced they will not have any gingerbread houses this season.
Caribbean Beach Resort
Doesn’t Minnie make the cutest pirate ever? With it’s pirate guest room, this pin amazingly reflects the theming of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.
I had to restrain myself, and only purchase my very favorite 2020 Disney holiday Resort pins. From this amazing list of 20, I chose the following: the Boardwalk (since we were staying here), Riviera, and the Contemporary.