/ Thursday, March 28th, 2013

EasterIt is Easter weekend, and as part of Disney’s Limited Time Magic, there has been a number of bunny-related related discussions and promotions going on throughout The World.   From a Vinylmation Easter egg hunt in World Showcase to egg hunts in the United Kingdom and a Mr. and Mrs. Bunny parade in the Magic Kingdom, there are plenty of extra chances to celebrate the spirit of spring.

Imagine, in this edition of “let’s imagine we are Disney Imagineers” scenario, that YOU had been the Imagineer selected to devise the in-resort advertising for these wonderful activities.  Below are images of different rabbits that are available to you in your decorating.  In which resort would you place each rabbit?  Is there anything else you would add to theme the rabbit and draw attention to the special events?

    BUNNY 1                             BUNNY 2                            BUNNY 3

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Post your Imagineering thoughts in the comments below!  One lucky wanna-be Imagineer who comments on the blog by Friday April 5 will be selected at random for a WDW Radio Mystery Ticket!




2 thoughts on “Wanna-be Imagineers: HOP to It!!”

  1. CriesDuringWishes says:

    Bunny1: looks Contemporary!
    Bunny2: with those colors,definitely Beach Club!
    Bunny 3: looks rugged- I pick Fort Wilderness!

  2. WesTheTallGuy says:

    Bunny #1: I’d place this at the Port Orleans Resort, French Quarter. It has bright colors and could have some Cajun flair with bright colored beads and trinkets placed around its feet. It’s a bright Easter feel with southern Louisiana charm.

    Bunny #2: Grand Floridian Resort for this bunny. It would be a centerpiece on a table for the tea party, surrounded by ceramic eggs and tableware that match its color and early 20th century style.

    Bunny #3: The Yacht Club. Going with the monochromatic style, I’d place this on an old wooden rowboat that brings back the old romantic feel of the ocean and leave out any colors. Easter eggs filling up the boat would be hand decorated with pencil designs.