Pastry Chefs all over Disney World have outdone themselves this spring season with Chocolate Easter Egg displays at Resort hotels such as Disney’s Grand Floridian, Contemporary, Yacht, and Beach Club Resorts. And with Easter just a few days away, we thought you might enjoy another Photo Tour of some fabulous Easter Eggs… this time, at Disney World’s BoardWalk Inn!
You’re going to want to get a closer look at these Easter eggs because the details are unbelievable. So, let’s get this photo tour started!
This Easter egg features our main man, Mickey Mouse! Here, he is seen in his classic tuxedo look.
And with the release of the new Dumbo film, the lovable elephant received his very own egg this year!
Just look at him showing off those ears inside of the big top! He’s right where he belongs…at center stage.
Our two eternal sweethearts, Mickey and Minnie, are seen together in the middle of this elegant egg.
We’re obsessing over all of the beautiful gold details.
This Alice in Wonderland-themed egg is turned on its side to form a tea pot! Classic elements from the film like the Queen of Hearts crown and the Cheshire Cat’s tail are displayed as well.
This one made us giggle a bit 🙂 … It seems as though the Easter Bunny has misplaced his carrot. We sure hope he finds it soon!
And this egg made our jaws drop a bit.
A closer looks reveals that Mickey and Minnie are standing on colorful sprinkles in their classic outfits. These lead all the way up to the magnificent castle.
There is also a Tangled-themed egg this year. Painted on the egg are hundreds of floating lanterns positioned right outside Rapunzel’s tower.
At the bottom of the egg is Pascal, a frying pan, and a paint palette.
Easter at the BoardWalk Inn simply would not be complete without a beachy Under the Sea themed egg. This egg is covered in glistening shells and sea creatures. We love all of the bright colors.
This New Orleans-inspired Easter egg is giving us all the Princess and the Frog feels. Painted on the egg is Cafe Du Monde, the IT place for beignets in New Orleans.
And say…what do you know! Prince Naveen (in frog form 🙂 ) is found on the bottom of the egg!
These bunnies seem to be doing a few Spring renovations!
They have to get their egg perfect, just in time for Easter!
Wow. This Beauty and the Beast-inspired egg is so lovely. The outer portion of the egg is yellow, just like Belle’s dress. Inside is the enchanted rose!
A few petals rest at the bottom of the rose.
This Tink egg is making us want to stop and smell the flowers, because there are so many lovely blooms and butterflies covering this egg.
And Tink seems to be spreading a little pixie dust, as well!
Which Easter Egg is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!