Disney’s Grand Floridian Christmas Decorations and Gingerbread HouseCarol Feeley·November 26, 2019Disney Resort HotelsDisney World DiningOther Disney Fun The elegance of the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is on full display at Christmas time! Disney design and decor never disappoints! With its two-story tree and garlands and wreaths that are perfectly placed, it is a desired tour for many visiting Walt Disney World this time of the year! The Grand Floridian is even more grand at Christmas! Let’s take a look at the details in the ornaments on the trees: The glamour exists here all year long, but so much more so at Christmas! Can you see the theme here this year? The Floridian loves its birdcages! The detail on these decorations is divine! When you walk through you can’t help but be amazed by the colors and warmed by the feel of this genteel, beautiful resort in all its glory. Some of Walt Disney World’s prettiest staircases exist here at the Grand Floridian. A stunning garland collective is abound this season! Gingerbread House There are many that visit each year to see the amazing Gingerbread House that the Floridian produces every Christmas! The resort has had a SWEET time-honored tradition! Folks make arrangements just to see this fabulous Gingerbread house! The Grand Floridian is known for its Gingerbread tradition! The size and its impeccable detail must have keep the bakers working for hours! Even Santa makes a stop at this delicious roof! The Disney bakers have a big challenge ahead! Cut once, measure twice!! Check out the perfection of measurements that must happen for the Disney chefs to create the giant house! Construction begins like most homes…. Not much planning going on here….right?? Now the shingles… Many roofers wouldn’t mind being in her position! …and some finishing touches! These bakers really do the heavy work! Of course, there are some treats to take home! There is more than gingerbread on the menu at the Grand Floridian this year! How about a (gingerbread) home of your own?? Take home a taste of home…literally! Will you visit Disney’s Grand Floridian this Christmas to see the decorations?