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Lou’s Inbox: A Mickey Ear Hat Surprise


Lou's Inbox: Mickey Ear Hat Surprise

“Hello Lou/WDW Radio Fam, In just 3 short weeks, my future mother-in-law is taking us to Walt Disney World for a week. The woman is a saint, and is going out of her way to make sure we are staying at a BEAUTIFUL resort (Kidani Village at AKL) and is gracious enough to treat us to this magical vacation. We want to do something really special for her. One thing she has mentioned to me several times is that she always wished she had a pair of Mickey ears. My partner and I want to get her a pair of ears with her name of them before we get to the park, so that she can wear them the minute she gets to the resort. Is it possible to arrange this with the resort? Do they ever help with things like this? I’m sure we could have paid a third party to do this for us, but I have read some awful reviews about personal shoppers in the Resorts. Anyways, thank you for reading my novel of a question! Love to Lou (and if Beci happens to be around, love to her as well HA!) Karli Luehring, Tulsa OK”


Photo from the Flickr Creative Commons, We're Going to Disney World, Jim Bauer.Hi Karli!

No Walt Disney World vacation would be complete without a set of those iconic Mickey Mouse ears! The variety of ears available continue to expand including special holiday ears to commemorate festive times of year. Despite the light up ears or new interchangeable ears, nothing beats the original Mickey Ear Hat.  Your one stop shop for all special Walt Disney World surprises is Disney Floral and Gifts including those special Mickey Mouse ears! I have used Disney Floral and Gifts multiple times both at Walt Disney World and on the Disney Cruise Line. The Cast Members (or Dream Makers) do an excellent job ensuring your satisfaction and making the pixie dust process as seamless as possible. In the event you don’t see what you are looking for on the website contact a Dream Maker at  407-WDW-GIFT (407-939-4438). They go above and beyond to make your dream surprises a reality!


(Logo property of WDW Radio.  Photo from the Flickr Creative Commons, We’re Going to Disney World, Jim Bauer, license.)


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