April Feature: Experience Easter at Disney Parks and at Home

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Get ready to celebrate Easter at Disney with FashionEarsta’s guide to fun activities in the parks and at home!

Do you celebrate Easter? Even if you’re not religious, the fun pastels, delicious chocolate treats and cute bunny-themed apparel makes this a truly adorable holiday. And no one does adorable better than Disney! Celebrating Easter at Disney isn’t a months-long holiday like Halloween or Christmas, but there are still plenty of cute activities that you can do in the parks.

And if you’re at home this April, we have plenty of Easter-inspired Disney crafts, gifts, and fashion to help you celebrate at home! Keep reading for all of our tips:

Easter at Disney Parks

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Try the Easter Eggstravaganza Scavenger Hunt at Epcot

Photo: wdwnt

It’s not well-advertised outside of Epcot, but there is a special Easter scavenger hunt running at Walt Disney World! The 2022 Eggstravaganza joins the Spike’s Pollen-Nation Exploration scavenger hunt at Epcot as a fun, kid-friendly experience!

Mickey has hidden some giant Disney-themed Easter eggs around the World Showcase, and even if you don’t want to shell out $9.99 for the official scavenger hunt, it is still really fun to try and spot the egg hiding in each country’s pavilion! (Our tip: look UP!)

If you purchase the official Eggstravaganza map, you will receive a prize in the form of a 20 oz tumbler! You get to choose between Figment, Orange Bird (my choice) and Spike the Bee designs. All of the tumblers are themed after the Flower and Garden Festival, which is adorable.

Additionally, there’s no need to actually complete the scavenger hunt before receiving your prize. When I bought the map they asked if we just wanted to take the tumbler now! So no need to stress if your littles get bored halfway through the hunt.

Visit the Grand Cottage and Chocolate Easter Egg Display at the Grand Floridian

Photo: wdwmagic

The Grand Floridian resort is known for their chocolate sculptures (you can see them in the hotel lobby and quick service restaurant year-round) but they step up their game for Easter! This year, you can visit their Easter booth and chocolate egg display until April 18th.

This year, there are eggs inspired by Disney classics like Cinderella and The Rescuers Down Under, plus never movies like Raya and the Last Dragon, Luca, and Encanto!

Photo: AllEars.net

This whimsical display is just a short ride on the Resort Monorail away from Magic Kingdom, and is the perfect way to escape an afternoon rainstorm at the park. While you’re there, you can even make a stop at the Grand Floridian cafe for brunch – nothing says “Easter” like Eggs Benedict, and it’s a fun excuse to get dressed up!

Secret Easter at Disney Experience: The Easter Parade

So this is not an officially-announced Easter experience, but we think it’s worth planning for if you’ll be at Walt Disney World on Easter Sunday (April 17, 2022). In the past, Disney World has held an Easter Parade at Magic Kingdom park, and with the return of the Festival of Fantasy and visiting school parades, we think there’s a good chance this parade will run in some form this year.

Highlights of this parade include Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny and the Mobile Azalea Trail Maids, a group of young women from Alabama dressed in their festive best.

The last time the full parade ran was in 2019, but our money is on there at least being an Easter-themed cavalcade this year! If nothing else, it might be worth snagging a reservation at Magic Kingdom for the 17th!

Easter at Disney: Experiences at Home

With Spring arriving, it’s time to start thinking about the fun experiences you can have celebrating Easter at home with a little Disney inspired Easter fun.

Plush Fun for your Easter Baskets

If you are looking for some perfect additions to your Easter basket gifts, check out shopDisney. These adorable plushes are super cute Easter additions to favorite characters! Target also has some adorable Disney Easter plushes.

Egg Making and Hunting

Eggstravaganza madness! Inspired by the Eggstravaganza celebration, you can recreate Disney’s Easter Egg hunt at home.

Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog

The Fancy Floridian made these Disney Ufufy Plush-inspired eggs last year and they turned out super cute! Chip and Co has a great tutorial you can follow!

If you like the fast and easy approach to Easter eggs, you can still incorporate some Disney magic into the traditional Easter egg hunt in your home with this ready to buy product from Amazon!

But, if you’d like to do an activity with your kids on preparing the eggs, we think this activity from fun.com is a great way to incorporate Princess magic into hunting for eggs!


And how fun does this activity look? I’m not sure you would hide real eggs in your home, but it’s a spin on incorporating a little Disney fun into Easter eggs! The best part about this activity is that it looks pretty simple to do, which is always a plus for me and my daughter!

Photo credit: Themeparkprofessor.com

Easter Basket Party

We love this fun craft from A Fairy Tale Life! How cute are these Mickey and Minnie Easter baskets. And it looks like these step by step instructions make it easy enough for a novice crafter to accomplish!

Photo credit: A Fairy Tale Life

Please let us know how your baskets turn out following these instructions!

Easter Charms

This craft from The Main Street Mouse is an adorable addition to any Easter basket. Or, you can do you the activity before the holiday to add a beautiful accessory to a girl’s dress!

Photo Credit: The Main Street Mouse

Cake for Breakfast!

Mickey Waffle Cake for breakfast Easter morning?!?! Count us in! My daughter saw this recipe and has already bought all the ingredients. It looks soooo good and easy to make! I can already taste the combination of sprinkles and waffles with these beautiful pastel colors!

Here is the full recipe from Disney Family.

Photo Credit: Disney

Bunny Cakes

Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh is the perfect inspiration for this spring cupcake! It’s a great way to incorporate the bunny theme into the holiday! The easy to follow recipe is here!

Photo credit: Chip and Company

Stained Glass Cookies

We are really looking forward to trying these beautiful Hidden Mickey Stained Glass Cookies from Disney. They will make a perfect treat to the end of Easter dinner.

For more craft inspiration, visit our article on Flower and Garden Festival at Home!

So, FashionEarstas, we hope we covered all the bases for how to celebrate Easter this year! Let us know here, on Instagram and Facebook (@fashionearsta) and our brand new YouTube channel! Be sure to follow us so that you’re always in the loop and can follow along with our adventures!

Pixie dust and glamour!

The Fancy Floridian and Belle of the Ball

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