12 Apr 5 Easter Basket Ideas with Your Disney Vacation in Mind
Easter is hopping up around the corner and it’s time to help that bunny fill those baskets again. For those of you that celebrate the Easter season and have a Disney vacation coming up, we have some eggcellent basket ideas that will help you fulfill your Easter and pre Disney vacation packing needs. Even if your trip isn’t until later in the summer, it’s never too early to start getting excited for your Disney vacation…or too early to start packing. Here are some helpful, non candy or toy items to add to your family’s Easter baskets.Enjoy easter at Disney world.
Whether you are an avid Disney pin trader, or your little one is just getting started in the pin tradition, coming to Disney with a lanyard already is the right move. Here’s why: the lanyard gets covered up with pins, so I’m not saying it’s not important, but it makes sense that you invest more in the pins than the lanyard and almost everywhere online sells them. You can get them customized to you and your family members, making the lanyard and pins as unique as your little Disney goer. The official online Disney store, Amazon, and Etsy have so many options to get your little ones excited to be a part of this guest favorite tradition.
2.) New Shoes
There’s a lot of ground to cover at Disney, and while the monorail and Minnie Vans are great, your main transportation is you. Most guests get new shoes for their Disney vacation, but don’t take the time to break them in, leaving you in blisters by the time you make it down Main Street USA to Cinderella’s Castle. Either add new shoes in the basket or band aids… well, actually add some band aids too, they are nice to have on hand.
3.) Sun Protection
Those Florida sun rays are as real as Disney Magic and getting sunburned can make or break your trip. Pack a Disney themed hat, sunscreen stick, and sunglasses to your basket to ensure you are being protected from the sun. More sun protection can equal more park hours, which will let you get the most memories out of your family vacation.
4.) Travel Activities
Although we’d love to, most of us don’t get to live with Disney in our backyard. Whether you are flying or driving to the happiest place on earth, adding Disney coloring books, travel games, or books can help you soothe those “I’m bored” and “How much longer?” cries.
Ok, hear me out. My mom used to fill our stockings and baskets with vacation coupons and we LOVED them. There are tons of Disney templates online and you can fill them out for items special for you and your family. Mickey Bars, a souvenir at Disney Springs, first ride pick of the day, etc. Coupons are a great way to help spark the Disney Magic before you even set foot on property.