Spring is upon us, and with spring, comes the annual Grand Floridian Easter Egg display! For the past several years, right around Easter, the lobby of the Grand Floridian Resort has been home to an ever-growing display of chocolate egg sculptures. Let’s see what they came up with this year!
Several of these are hold overs from previous years. Between the old and the new, we counted over 40 eggs!
The displays are divided up into three main tables this year.
This rooster is going to have a hard time hatching this egg.
Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket with a really well done bark texture on the egg.
The classic art painted on this egg is amazing.
Here we have Todd and Copper from “The Fox and the Hound”!
The Evil Queen turned her egg into a bubbling cauldron.
Fancy cats for a fancy hotel lobby: The Aristocats!
BB-8 gets his own lightsaber, though I’m not sure how he’ll use it.
This silver carousel is gorgeous. Kudos to the artist who put this one together.
A Lady and the Tramp egg on a bed of spaghetti.
Minnie Mouse gets her own egg, because why wouldn’t she?
A giant pearl egg. I can’t tell what parts of this are edible. It looks too real!
The Nightmare Before Christmas, as many forget, does have a scene with the Easter Bunny in it. Well done!
“Why should I worry? Why should I care?”
This one just makes me miss the Great Movie Ride.
This Tangled egg is gorgeous and I wish it wasn’t tucked away in the back.
I’m assuming this one was in reference to Beauty and the Beast.
Sugar Rush! A chocolate egg on top of a cupcake… don’t give them ideas or I’ll be reviewing an actual cupcake like this some day!
If I had a magic lamp, one of my wishes would probably be for a giant chocolate egg.
This one has pictures of egg sculptures from years passed.
The back side of this egg is the best. It has the ofrenda from “Coco.”
This one has references to both the original Mary Poppins film as well as “Mary Poppins Returns.”
The interior of this egg is really impressive.
Carl Fredricksen’s house looks like it’s about to take off!
Te-Fiti from Moana!
This is a very clever use of the egg shape.
This one has references to several different princess all around the base.
Last but not least, this one has three lovely paintings and has to be seen from all sides to appreciate it.
Great work again, as usual! If you’re near the Grand Floridian, head on over to take a gander. The eggs will be on display until April 28th, 2019.