Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian is the resort best known for its awe-inspiring chocolate Easter egg display (see this year’s display here!), but Disney’s Beach Club Resort has its own display that is straight-up gorgeous.
From every angle the display impresses. And the characters reflect a slew of popular Disney icons from movies to television to parks! See Stitch bursting out of an egg? So cute!
In between the showcase eggs are often smaller seasonal eggs and figures not to be missed!
Let’s start our photo tour with the main mouse. The Mickey Mouse egg is simple — and perfect in that simplicity!
Mickey’s sitting above a Pixie Hollow display that features an egg on its side converted into a fairy house! But don’t miss the details of all those flowers! (Everything is edible here, folks, so those are sugar or chocolate flowers!)
Mrs. and Mr. Potato Head are sharing the Easter egg love. They both look almost as pretty as a Picasso!
This next egg is worlds colliding: it’s the Steamboat Willie Popcorn Bucket… in Easter egg form! How clever! Check out that popcorn and the filmstrip!
Madame Leota joins the Easter egg party, too, complete with a raven atop her head and Medusa-like hair! Her 3D face is amazing!
The Alice in Wonderland/Mad Tea Party egg has a special surprise: the bottom disc spins, so the tea cups actually rotate around the tea pot! (And don’t miss Alice — head down! — in the cup on the right!)
This Fox and the Hound painted egg is adorable! So much talent in the pastry kitchen here!
Beauty and the Beast bring elegant glamour to their egg, which features lots of gold filigree detailing and those ballroom windows in the background. (We’re not swooning — you’re swooning!)
This small painted egg captures Aurora’s silhouette perfectly (see the peak of her crown?) — and the whole thing is covered in a sheen of edible glitter!
The Zootopia egg is massive and features Judy and Nick with their trademark cheerful and cynical expressions.
Details on the base of this egg are awesome. The Big Donut, Paw-psicles, carrots, and more!
The Aladdin egg is stunning. From the back, you can see the palace with a beautiful painted background…
…and from the front: the opening to the Cave of Wonders and Aladdin and Jasmine on their magic Carpet in the clouds. (Did you spy the magic Genie lamp inside the cave?!)
And our photo tour ends where it all began: with Walt and his Mickey Mouse captured in this Partners Statue egg. So simple, pretty, and sentimental. Who knew a chocolate Easter egg could do all of that?
If you’re at Walt Disney World between now and April 28, roll into the main lobby of the Beach Club for this display. It’s beautiful and a true work of art.
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