PHOTOS: 2019 Easter Egg Display at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

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As Easter draws near, even more Easter egg displays are popping up around the Walt Disney World Resort. We recently spotted them at the Grand Floridan, and Yacht and Beach Club. Now, we’ve found a new display at Disney’s Contemporary Resort! Assembled by the talented Contemporary bakery team, these eggs look incredible and welcome each guest into the resort. Let’s take a look!

Stitch is read for easter.

The hand painted eggs were by far my favorites. The detail on this Chip and Dale egg is incredible.

While there were many Disney themed eggs, there were also some subtile non-themed ones.

By FAR my favorite egg of them all is this Albert egg with the SEA logo, representing Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland.

This Minnie headband egg is subtile, yet unique and trendy.

Another incredibly detailed hand painted egg.

This was another one of my favorites, the hand painted Tinker Bell egg. Tinker Bell plays a small part in this egg which adds to the uniqueness.

This adorable Disney snack egg made me hungry!

A classic egg with a detailed chocolate Minnie.

The centerpiece egg was this grand white chocolate egg. Accompanied by two chocolate eggs featuring Mickey and Minnie.

Another un-themed bee hive egg.

Nemo and friends make a super cute appearance in this under water themed egg.

This incredibly detailed egg features blue crystals in the center.

Another Nemo themed egg, Nemo doesn’t look to happy in this one though…

Dumbo gets cradled by his Mother.

Doc Mcstuffins makes an appearance.

A beautifully hand painted Alice in Wonderland egg.

The Magic Mirror egg.

And finally, Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

These incredible eggs will be on display through Sunday, April 28th. I highly suggest you check these out before they’re gone for good!

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Cameron is an Orlando local who has had a life long passion for Central Florida's theme parks.

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