written by Crystal Boston, Travel Specialist
The Frozen Ever After Dessert Party was introduced at Walt Disney world last July and, while I always try to explore new experiences as soon as they are available, I was just able to experience this event for the first time!
This special ticketed event is sold separately, and theme park admission is required in addition to your party ticket.
You can arrive for check-in at any time but it’s best to arrive early to get the most out of your party experience. You will receive a sparkly wristband [the MagicBand is mine] when you check-in and the “doors” officially open at 7:45 pm and tables are assigned so if you are a smaller party, like me and my husband, you will be seated with other
Guests that you may not know. Once seated you can partake of the food and beverage buffets set up throughout the reserved party area.
From fresh fruits and breads with cheese fondue to sweet treats specially designed with a ‘Frozen’ theme, the buffet also included warm pudding treats [with ice cream if you like] and fun Freeze Fried Salted Caramel Popcorn at the Nitro Station. In addition, there were specialty Frozen-themed beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, as well as beer and wine.
Then, from the special VIP reserved viewing area we were able to get an amazing view of IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.
It seemed as if the fireworks were right above our heads – and with our reserved seating, we were able to enjoy the fireworks display comfortably without anyone blocking our view.
They even gave us all special viewing glasses that made the fireworks look like they had snowflakes around them – I wish I could have gotten a photo of that for you!!
After the fireworks ended, we were then escorted to the Frozen Ever After ride for a private, no waiting experience!
If you or your little ones love Frozen, I highly recommend this reserved experience.
Check My Disney Experience for more information and to reserve your experience online – Frozen Ever After Dessert Party at Epcot World Showcase – or contact your Travel Agent!