Sneak Peek: Mickey’s Farmers Market Collection Coming Soon To EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Festival

Not it’s time for yet another “sneek peek” at a collection coming to Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival running from March 4- June 1, 2020

Previously we looked at the Orange Bird “Hello Sunshine” and “Minnie’s Flower Cart” Collections.

Mickey Mouse will take center stage in this new collection, “inspired by your local farmers market showcasing fresh and colorful produce.”

This collection will feature apparel, drinkware and accessories!

Let’s take a look!

First Up is this years terra cotta pot mug!

I love these mugs! They can be used as mugs or even as planters!

The image on this one appears to be Mickey Mouse holding a basket of vegetables, but the best touch is the handle that is an ear of corn! That is super cute!

Mickey “Home Grown” T-shirt

Apparel in this line will also be coming to the event. Here we have a look at one piece featuring Mickey Mouse with Spaceship Earth in the background and vegetables in the foreground. Like the Orange Bird backpack, this piece is giving me retro EPCOT Center vibes!

If only we could get Kitchen Kabaret back, because this one has me hearing “Veggie, Fruit Fruit” in my head.

Pins

There seems to be two Mickey pins that are previewed in the sneak peek.

The first one is another “Home Grown” design that seems to go with the t-shirt.

Again we have Spaceship Earth in the background and fruits and vegetables throughout.

I love the little jam jars and seed packet hanging from the pin. The color scheme on this reminds me of the old strawberry houseware pieces that were back in style last year!  I love it!

The second pin is a Limited Release “Home Grown” pin

This one seems to be another version of the “Home Grown” pin we saw above.

I can’t wait to see this all in person and share it with you! Stay tuned for more sneak peeks and follow along when we visit Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog


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