PHOTO REPORT: Disney Springs 10/23/19 (Retro Christmas Decor, New Apparel, MaDe Replaces D-Tech on Demand, Tree Trail Prep, and More!)

Welcome to another day full of shopping and snacking here at Disney Springs. The sky is gray, so this is the perfect thing to do on a rainy day. Let’s go!

We made a stop at the Marketplace Co-Op to check in on the new D-Tech on Demand kiosks. The look of the tablets has completely changed to large, vertical screens. We also noticed the new “MaDe” logo on the screen. You can still personalize MagicBands, phone cases, and magnets here just like before, but the layout is a little different.

We noticed that a small section of Ghiradelli’s seating area was barricaded off, but we couldn’t quite figure out why.

Inside of Disney’s Days of Christmas, we found new snack ornaments. You know I need them all. Mickey peppermints, snowman apples, Mickey sugar cookies, and gingerbread cookies are available for $16.99 each.

A new collection of retro Christmas decorations have started to arrive. The pair of “toothpick holders” might be my favorite. The artwork is so fun and colorful. Be sure to check out our post with the full collection and pricing.

More new ornaments are available at Disney’s Days of Christmas. The Mary Poppins Carpet Bag is $21.99 and Nemo and Friends are $24.99.

Over at World of Disney, we spotted more retro merchandise in the form of sweatpants, sweatshirt, and tops. Check out the bright colors on this 1971 Walt Disney World collection.

There’s a new “Most Magical Place on Earth” collection with Mickey and Minnie. These look like some comfortable options for hanging in the park.

Puff ball hat $24.99
Minnie face hat $16.99
Glove and mitten combo $16.99
Hat and glove set $21.99

For colder weather ahead, there are tons of new gloves and hat sets for kids.

We had a quick snack at Amorette’s Patisserie and tried the new Flavors of South Florida dessert.

We can already see many of the trees are up and decorated on the Christmas Tree Trail. Not much longer before all the pumpkins turn back into carriages around here.

Goofy’s Candy Co. has their cotton candy machine back, which will probably be part of the Christmas Tree Trail again this year.

Slime filled cupcakes and strawberry champagne cupcakes are available at Sprinkles Cupcakes. Both of them sound pretty good if you ask me.

Well, that’s about it for today. Thanks for following us around Disney Springs today and stay tuned for more updates!