In honor of , we're browsing through some of the unexpectedly stylish mementos that visiting princes and princesses can take home. While you can choose to pick them up on your next trip, these gifts can also be ordered via Disney Store or through the Shop Disney Parks app.
Inspired by vintage art for classic attractions, these darling plates are perfect for serving up apps or desserts. The Magic Kingdom-specific plates are cute, but we also love the plate.
With all the excitement around the new live action movie, anything Beauty and the Beast is bound to be a hit. These whimsical bowls and plates (there's also and ), riff off the animated movie with cute chalkboard art-type illustrations.
Even if they didn't refer to the Haunted Mansion ride, we'd still like the victorian vibe of these plates. To heighten the spooky factor, get the .
Relive your trip with this whimsical illustrated pillow, which depicts vintage poster prints on one side and cute retro graphics from classic park (both Disneyland and Disney World are represented) maps on the other.
If you loved the pillow, you'll also love the appetizer set (includes three square bowls and a tray) featuring the map and poster graphics.
Minnie's having a moment right now (check out the collaboration if you don't believe us), making it totally acceptable to indulge in your love of ruffles and polka dots. You can start with this adorable apron.
Just when you thought you've seen everything ikat comes this Mickey-fied version of the on-trend print.
Like the ikat-print vase, these ceramic tiles feature a crisp print that'll stand out on a table in a good way. Each print puts a new twist on Mickey's familiar silhouette.
Relive the classic cantina scene with a colorful pint glass featuring art by Shag (a.k.a. ), who is known for his distinctly '50s/'60s style. There's also a , , and a .
While Disneyland said goodbye to its "Tower of Terror" attraction, the Hollywood Tower is still very much present at Disney World's Hollywood Studios. Raise a (shot) glass to its '30s-inspired style.
Whether you're in the park or on your couch, the is a must for anyone looking to shop for anything bigger than a pin. You can search, locate, or order virtually anything sold in the parks and resorts — like this fun tiki mug that can be found at Disney's Polynesian Resort.
If you're heading down to Disney World, you might want to visit Disney Springs (the shopping, restaurant, and entertainment "district" that used to be known as Downtown Disney) before you start picking up souvenirs in the park proper. There's Disney-themed shops, but also stores like UNIQLO and Zara, which often have Disney-inspired items in stock. Disney Springs is loosely themed after a bottling plant, thus the vintage-y glass bottle, above.
Another pro tip for in-park shopping: All items you purchase can be sent for free to your hotel, if you're staying at a Disney resort. This way, you don't have to walk around carrying your purchases. Even something as easy-to-carry as a mug (featuring Adventureland's unofficial mascot, ) can be a pain after an hour.