Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail Photo Favorites

I took a walk this week through the Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs where holiday fun fills the air. Guest strolling down this fun holiday path are treated to holiday music, seasonal food favorites, cocktails, merchandise, snow, and of course lots of Christmas Trees! It's a great way to spend some time at Disney Springs this season, and I wanted to share with you just a few of my favorites.

Disney Springs Christmas Tree TrailDisney Springs Christmas Tree Trail

Located where the old bus stops were located at Disney Springs (look for it just behind Earl of Sandwich) the Christmas Tree Trail starts out with the Disney Parks Tree, which is just one of 23 holiday trees that were each inspired by a Disney character or theme. The ornaments cover the basics of the Disney Parks with icons from around property including Monorail track "garland," and plenty of Disney Skyliner gondola ornaments.

Disney Parks TreeDisney Parks Tree
Disney Parks Tree MonorailDisney Parks Tree Monorail

Next up is the Mickey and Minnie Tree, with its classic color scheme. Big red bows with yellow buttons represent Mickey's Pants, and of course there are lots of Minnie's Dots! Plus, if you are on Stitch's Holiday Gift Hunt, this is where you'll find him.

Mickey and Minnie TreeMickey and Minnie Tree
Mickey and Minnie Tree DetailsMickey and Minnie Tree Details

The Sleeping Beauty Tree was a forest of flowers, with plentiful nods to the three Fairies Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather. I especially liked the ornament with Aurora and Prince Phillip dancing.

Sleeping Beauty TreeSleeping Beauty Tree
Sleeping Beauty Dance OrnamentSleeping Beauty Dance Ornament

Beauty and the Beast is resplendent with red roses, candelabra, bright yellow details, and a baroque feeling. This tree is stunning and full of fun character ornaments.

Beauty and the Beast TreeBeauty and the Beast Tree
Mrs. Potts and Chip Ornament DetailMrs. Potts and Chip Ornament Detail

The fun of New Orleans is clearly in play all of the Princess and the Frog display. I loved the horns used for the tree topper. This sort of creative use to decorate themed trees is shown throughout the tree trail.

Princess and the Frog TreePrincess and the Frog Tree
Princess and the Frog Tree TopperPrincess and the Frog Tree Topper

I'm a mermaid at heart, so The Little Mermaid Tree may have been my very favorite. It's decorated in blues and greens with starfish and a big trident for the star.

The Little Mermaid TreeThe Little Mermaid Tree
Trident Tree TopperTrident Tree Topper
Starfish OrnamentsStarfish Ornaments

A bright burst of pink cherry blossoms swooshes down the side of Mulan's Tree, and it is just gorgeous. Details here include pretty character ornaments, and paper fans.

Mulan Christmas TreeMulan Christmas Tree

I couldn't get enough of this Haunted Mansion Christmas Tree. It was simply stunning with an antique feeling. The centerpiece of this tree is a figurehead of the Attic Bride, and swaths of tule from her veil act as a garland. Fans of this attraction will be amused by the tombstone, and Madame Leota ornaments.

Haunted Mansion TreeHaunted Mansion Tree
Haunted Mansion BrideHaunted Mansion Bride
Haunted Mansion Tombstone DetailHaunted Mansion Tombstone Detail
Madame Leota Ornament DetailMadame Leota Ornament Detail

And finally I was just crazy for the Peter Pan Tree and its depiction of the children through hats and bows and teddy bears. Such a clever use of theme that most people might now consider.

Peter Pan TreePeter Pan Tree
Peter Pan TreePeter Pan Tree

There you have a look at my favorite trees on the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail! I hope you've enjoyed this peak at a few of these holiday beauties and will be putting this stop on your next Disney World Holiday trip.

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