The Ultimate Disney Girls’ Trip Recap – Disney Outfits, Favorite Attractions, & More


I feel so incredibly blessed not only to have gone on our second girls' trip to Disney, but to have friends who love this place just as much as I do! This time around, we stayed at the Contemporary Resort, where everything was Incredibles-themed.We stayed in the Garden View section, which had a gorgeous view of the beach. The room had so many adorable extra touches.

A little mom hack for you - Contemporary is a great choice if you have little kids because you can walk or take the monorail over the Magic Kingdom between nap times. The proximity is so great!

Love our first day outfits? Disney mode tees and ears to match were Main Street Couture!


We did a Monorail Crawl to peek at all the gorgeous resorts that we didn't get to experience and stopped at the Grand Floridian. The Enchanted Rose was an essential stop. And then of course, we had to make a stop at the Polynesian Resort. When you walk into the lobby, there is the sweetest little tiki man. Trader Sam's is an almost secret bar in the Polynesian Resort, and we were so lucky to get in.


The Yacht and Beach Club is the best pool on Disney Property. We got a cabana, which I had never even realized was an option! No sprinting to claim a beach chair.

We got a fireworks dining package this time around with small plates and desserts while we watched the show. Spice Road Table was so quaint, it felt like we had flown to Morocco! The food was incredible, especially the almond cookies.

Fort Wilderness felt like we were camping in a national park. So tranquil and quiet, and the perfect place to share so many laughs with the girls while we tried a segway tour. No one fell! I was so proud!

Four Seasons Resort Orlando was so incredibly luxurious. You can stay and use all the amenities after your massage - the outdoor jacuzzi, waterfalls, steam room, showers, lounge with snacks. It was just what this tired mama needed to unwind before we headed home!

On our last night, the fireworks cruise hit so differently. I cried like a baby. Talk about magical. Paula and I went solo because Deena had to fly home ahead of us, and I'm so sad that she missed it!


Disney Girls' Trip Q & A

What did you do differently this trip? Any recommendations?

We were deluxe resort guests this time around so we got to take advantage of the extra hours for shorter wait times. It made a huge difference!

What was the best thing you ate?

Without a doubt it was the mushroom risotto at the Canada Pavilion in Epcot, and the almond cookies at Spice Road! I made a reel of everything I ate in Disney so you guys can tap through and see everything we had!

Another hack, because I know everyone loves Ohana! If you can't get an Ohana Reservation, order food at Tambu Lodge. Same flavors, less struggle!

What are your must have park bag items?

Lip gloss, portable battery chargers, sunglasses, a hairbrush, fan, gum, mints, and body splash!

What's your all time favorite ride?

Guardians of the Galaxy in Epcot! You'll need to join the virtual queue at 7 am on the Disney app to claim your spot. Try to get rows 9 and 10. I swear you go so much faster!


My adorable glam bag and my personalized crossbody are both from Pink Joy Co, the sweetest small business on Etsy! The owner was nice enough to share a discount code with our sweet community. Use code BRI10 for 10% off at checkout!

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  1. Lauralynn (plansforneverland) says:

    Outfits were perfect and such a fantastic girls trip had fun following 💖

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