The Easter season is in full force at Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and for the seventh year running, this deluxe resort’s pastry chefs are absolutely wowing guests with artful Easter eggs covered in all things edible!
This year’s Easter egg displays are dispersed throughout the lobby and cover a wide range of Disney films and artistic styles. And these eggs are designed to impress! Honestly, if they didn’t tell us they were made of edible materials, we wouldn’t be able to tell. The craftsmanship is outstanding, as always!
Grand Floridian Easter Egg Display Photo Tour
So let’s begin our tour at the bird cage, where Brave, The Fox and the Hound, Lion King, and others are holding court.
A coral-themed egg, a steampunk egg, Frozen, and BB-8 can all be seen here.
Near the elevator, you’ll find numerous eggs, including Wreck It Ralph, Robin Hood, The Wizard of Oz, Lady and the Tramp, Oliver and Company, and Pinocchio!
In the front entrance of the resort, a massive chocolate Easter Bunny oversees the displays, along with stunning eggs!
Here reside The Nightmare Before Christmas, Disney villains, and Tangled.
There are also eggs inspired by Cinderella, Zootopia, and Aristocats greeting guests here.
Aladdin and Jasmine, Minnie Mouse, and the Enchanted Rose are also in the front entrance of the resort.
And an egg representing the four seasons is just stunning.
Eggs with a garden view include a Moana creation and a gilded Grand Floridian egg.
Throughout the day, guests can find cast members on hand to talk about the eggs (and the surrounding Easter decor, also all edible!).
This year’s Easter eggs include some new additions as well as some returning favorites. Returning this year is the regal Bald Eagle Egg, which has been on display in the lobby year-round.
The Brave egg is as cute as ever.
And naturally, Elsa is on hand to celebrate.
Anna and her troll friends are here, too!
The Fox and the Hound are bringing the cute in intricate modeling chocolate.
And the multifarious characters of The Lion King are bursting from their egg.
BB-8 really suits the egg shape. Check out that awesome light saber!
And we love the painting of the Robin Hood Egg.
Lady and the Tramp are looking as lovely as ever, on another hand-painted egg sitting atop a bowl of spaghetti, of course!
And even artistic Rapunzel would applaud the styling of her Tangled Egg.
Check out the magical flower placed so delicately on top. Perfection.
Among this year’s new Easter egg additions are an Aladdin-inspired egg complete with a glowing magic lamp!
The three-dimensional styling of the Aristocats Egg is purrrrfectly sweet.
And the back is totally awesome. So much detail!
Big Hero 6 is getting some egg love this year, with neat movie details back and front (including a hidden Mickey!).
And seriously, can we just take a minute to get a little real? The Cinderella Egg is mind-blowing. Look at the detail work! (If you want to see last year’s Carriage Egg, it’s on display in 1900 Park Fare!)
The 2018 Enchanted Rose Egg is new and improved. The petals are just astounding.
The French Painting Egg features two pieces of artwork: “Are they thinking about the grape?”…
…and “The Swing”. Someone in the pastry kitchen has outdone herself/himself with this artwork. WOW.
For something a little more whimsical, look no further than the Minnie Mouse Egg, with her trademark polka dots and adorable skirt.
We know Nightmare Before Christmas fans will love this: a fabulous egg paying tribute to the cult classic! Jack and Sally even light up!
And for a more obscure movie tribute: Oliver and Company!
That is one happy pup!
The Wizard of Oz Egg is new this year — and it’s making a huge statement. The details on this one are fantastic!
Seriously, can we please be egg-sized and live here?
Wrapping up the new eggs is Wreck It Ralph and his colorfully painted egg!
And we love all the sweets incorporated into this design! Vanellope would approve!
Happy Easter, y’all! It’s never been a sweeter time to visit the Grand Floridian!
Will you swing over to the Grand to check out this fabulous display of pastry and artistic talent? Let us know your favorites in the comments below!