Spectral Bride Joins the ‘Boo To You Parade’ at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party

Halloween has hit Walt Disney World and with it comes the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party and, my personal favorite, the Boo to You Parade.

This year guests got to see a new addition with the Haunted Mansion-inspired Spectral Bride!

 

 

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Constance from the #hauntedmansion appeared in the #mnsshp #bootoyouparade tonight!!! Creepy and cool! #notsoscaryseasonpass #halloween2019

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She glides along after the Grave Diggers and the Madame Leota Headstone float. Right before the ballroom dancers.

What I love about her is that she glides and reminds me of a human version of the snails and turtles from the Main Street Electrical Parade–that isn’t a bad thing. She’s all lit up and it adds a bit more whimsy to the parade.

 

 

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Spectral Bride . . . #constancehatchaway

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If you haven’t been to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party (MNSSHP) you really should check it out! I’m admittedly biased, but it’s my absolute favorite special ticketed holiday event!  For Haunted Mansion fans it’s doubly worth it because of the large presence in the parade and the special actors outside the Haunted Mansion interacting with guests!

Plus this year they have that amazing Constance For Better or For Worse mini wedding cake treat! I really can’t wait to get to try it!

What do you think of the new spectral addition? Comment and let us know!

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