When Disney World reopened last year, a LOT changed, especially with entertainment.
Some entertainment went away altogether, while other experiences were modified to account for health and safety guidelines.
Weddings are a VERY big deal at Disney World! And Walt Disney World is often the PERFECT place for a wedding because it can double as a wedding venue AND an awesome honeymoon.
What’s more romantic than the Most Magical Place on Earth? There’s also plenty of Disney wedding merchandise to be found, too, like Loungefly backpacks, some incredible (and expensive) dresses, and personalized champagne flutes.
Hello DFB friends, and welcome back to another what’s new!
Today, we’ll be looking at some new updates in Disney’s Old Key West Resort and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort. So let’s dive in to the latest food, and merchandise updates!
2020 has been a year, and we are all VERY ready to celebrate the end of it and welcome in 2021!
And even if you can’t get to Disney World for New Year’s Eve (which is going to be a LOT different this year anyway), you can bring Disney World to your home to celebrate in your own special way. And we’ve got some tips on how you can do that!
If there’s one thing we missing the most from Disney World right now, it’s gotta be the nighttime spectaculars.
Even though these experiences aren’t in the parks currently, we can still live vicariously through some fun merch! Whether “Happily Ever After” is your jam, or you spend your days waiting for the “Main Street Electrical Parade” to return, you can grab discounted nighttime spectacular merchandise TODAY ONLY!
We don’t know about you, but we’re starting to miss all the great nighttime entertainment at Disney World. BIG SIGH.
We’re even a little jealous that Tokyo Disneyland Resort recently saw the return of its nighttime parades and fireworks! Someday, we’ll get to hear those colorful exploding things in the sky synchronized to our favorite music at Disney world again, right?
We’re not sure what we miss the most from the pre-closure days of Disney World, but fireworks are definitely up there on our list.
Disney World reopened in early July with a lot of changes to help keep guests and Cast Members safe. One of the most high-profile changes was the suspension of nightly fireworks and nighttime spectaculars — and they remain suspended even now. How long until we’ll see the sky above Disney World light up with fireworks again? Here’s what we know.
While we can’t watch Magic Kingdom’s Happily Ever After fireworks show in person right now, we did find a way to bring some of the magic of that show with you no matter where you are!
FYI, there are a lot of Disney World acronyms you might run into during your vacation planning!
Ever found yourself scouring the web for Disney World info only to come across folks talking about why you should skip SSE first thing in the morning and hit up TT before going to WS?
While some of these shortened terms for Disney rides and concepts are pretty easy to decipher, others might leave you scratching your head, tbh. If you don’t speak this rare and exotic language of Disney-isms, we’re here to help! So, let’s rank 23 of the most common Disney World acronyms from NBD to OMG! And on your next Disney planning foray, you’ll be an EXPERT!
It’s been months since we last saw Disney fireworks, and we really do miss them.
Disney has been open for about a month now, and we’re still getting used to all of the biggest changes. One change that came about with the reopening was the cancellation of all nighttime spectaculars — including Happily Ever After. Now, it seems like Disney is doing some work on the Magic Kingdom fireworks.