Can’t think of a better place to celebrate spring!
A very happy Easter/Passover weekend to our readers who may be celebrating. I had the opportunity yesterday to head over to the Grand Floridian and check out their amazing Easter egg display.
Just a few of the eggs on display.
For the past 15 years, the Disney bakery team has been hand decorating the Easter eggs for display throughout Disney restaurants, but this is the first year that it was decided the eggs would all be displayed in one place for all guests to enjoy. 
Amazing detail is found on the front….
and the back of each egg.
The eggs measure between 16-20 inches and weighs in at a whopping 9-12 pounds. And yes, they are all completely edible, made up of such things as fondant, cocoa butter, and royal icing. The hand painted bunnies next to the eggs are also edible, sculpted from cocoa butter. It took the team of 19 bakers three weeks to design each of the eggs, which reflect both original art and tributes to famous paintings.
It’s hard to believe that’s painted on an egg.
The display is only up for the Easter season and will be taken down after April 9, 2012 this year. Not to worry if you miss it this year though -this year marks the “First Annual” display, meaning it will return in following years.


It’s hard to choose a favorite, but I think this is mine.

Interested in seeing my entire album of Easter egg photos? You can find them on my Facebook page, here.