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News: ‘Perfect Petals Brunch’ at Epcot to Launch New Disney Vera Bradley Line

If you’re a Vera Bradley fan, you’ll want to take note of this fun event!

Disney World will hold the Perfect Petals Brunch on Sunday, May 4. The special ticketed event will celebrate the launch of the latest Vera Bradley Disney pattern coming this Spring — Mickey’s Perfect Petals.

Mickey's Perfect Petals by Vera Bradley

Mickey’s Perfect Petals by Vera Bradley

Guests who register for the event will have the first chance to purchase seven items from the collection, which include new styles like the campus backpack and tablet hipster.

Registration for the event opened Thursday, March 20, but as far as we know, seats are still available!

Perfect Petals Brunch Menu -- Click to Enlarge

Perfect Petals Brunch Menu — Click to Enlarge

Perfect Petals Brunch

Where: Epcot, World ShowPlace

When: Sunday, May 4, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $125 per person. Admission to Epcot is also required.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit DisneyParksMerchandise.com.

Guests who attend the brunch will also receive a special gift. In addition, Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, co-founder of Vera Bradley, will also make a special appearance at the event.

There will also be a limited quantity of the 2013 colors, Midnight with Mickey and Where’s Mickey. If any items from the new collection remain, they’ll be available for purchase at the soon-to-be-opened Cherry Tree Lane at the Marketplace Co-Op in Downtown Disney.

Will you be attending this special brunch? Leave a comment and let us know!

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6 Comments

  1. Venessa Hinojosa-Wright says:

    Not for $125 plus the extra cost of an Epcot ticket and if you want to buy a purse!! lol I’m sure some die hard fans will go though. =)

  2. kristina says:

    I’m with Venessa…hot dog, that is stupid expensive to buy something….I would hope serve alcohol. You’ll needneed it after just dropping 300 bucks and you still haven’t even bought your bag.

  3. Kelly H says:

    So I have to pay Disney twice in order to be allowed to buy something else from them? How does this make sense?

  4. Sarah says:

    $125 seems ridiculously expensive for what looks to be a pretty limited brunch menu and no alcohol. From what I can see most of what you’re paying for is simply the ability to buy these bags early. I’m sorry, but there’s no way I’d pay that much for that privilege, and I’m not even factoring in having to pay park admission.

  5. Alex says:

    Call me crazy but I will be attending! I have been a fan of both Disney and Vera Bradley for a very long time. Luckily I have a pass so I won’t have to pay for park admission. I can’t wait!

  6. Samantha says:

    I am a die hard Vera fan and firmly believed in them pairing with Disney for years, so I was thrilled when it finally happened. That said, unless the included gift is a bag worth $100, and you factor the brunch is worth about $25, there is no way I’d pay this much to be there. However, a few years ago Vera did a weekend getaway with spa treatments, food, room, and gifts for one rather high price. A friend of mine attended and by the end of the weekend, walked away feeling as though she was overly compensated. She was given about $200 in Vera products alone. So maybe they will come through with some great gifts matching or exceeding the entry cost.

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