Wordless Wednesday: Disney in the Details

One of the things that truly makes Disney World so special is their amazing attention to details.  There are so many great things in the parks, but today I’m going to share just a few with you:

Splash Mountain is one of my favorite rides in WDW because there are so many little details on it.  I think I see something new every time I ride!


If you’ve never gotten the chance to go inside Disney’s Wedding Pavilion, you might appreciate this picture.  The stained glass in the windows is just beautiful, and perfect for a fairy tale wedding:


Art of Animation is one resort that has so many cool details.  My favorite section was the Lion King:


When we got to stay in a Caribbean Beach Pirate room, I was super impressed with all of the details which really did make you feel like you were on a pirate ship:


Focused on the Magic


8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Disney in the Details

  1. Totally agree with noticing new things on Splash every time. Sidenote: I just added all of my Disney parks music to my “Driving to work” playlist in preparation for my September trip. The Splash Mountain soundtrack came on this morning; I must say, it really is a fun, uplifting way to begin a day!

  2. Great pictures! Splash is one of my favorites too, although I’m much more familiar with the Disneyland version. The details in both are fantastic! The picture of the carousel in the Wedding pavillion is gorgeous! I’m still trying to figure out how to talk my husband into a vow renewal ceremony there. Maybe someday 🙂

    • I’m hoping to get out to Disneyland next year and I can’t wait to ride that version of Splash to see how they compare! My husband and I are also considering a vow renewal in Disney someday. It all depends on the money though, right?

  3. The picture of Cinderella’s carriage at the Wedding Pavilion is beautiful! I need to convince my husband that we should renew our vows at Disney so that I can see it in person! Thanks for sharing your fab photos 🙂

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