PHOTOS – The First Signs of the WDW 50th Anniversary Celebration Have Arrived at Magic Kingdom

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When Disney announced the short list of elements for the 50th Anniversary Celebration at Walt Disney World, many Disney fans got excited about how each park icon will look. Each of the Walt Disney World theme parks has an icon, and each one will get a new look for the 50th Anniversary Celebration which will kick off on October 1, 2021. But, we already have our first look at how the most famous icon of them all will look.

Cinderella Castle at the end Main Street USA
Main Street USA Crowds – March 11, 2021

Yesterday at Magic Kingdom we spotted some of the embellishments that will be added to Cinderella Castle. This iconic, fairy tale structure has new color scheme which has been present since the July 2020 reopening.

Cinderella Castle 50th Anniversary Decorations – March 11, 2021

Now, some of the adornments have started to appear on Cinderella Castle. The color scheme of the 50th Anniversary Celebration includes blue and purple hues, shimmering gold, and an “ear-idescent” aesthetic. You can see elements of this color scheme in this first adornment to appear on the Castle.

Cinderella Castle 50th Anniversary Decorations – March 11, 2021
Cinderella Castle 50th Anniversary Decorations – March 11, 2021
Cinderella Castle 50th Anniversary Decorations – March 11, 2021

Are you excited about the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary? What do you think of this new look for Cinderella Castle? 

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Dani

Born and raised in the land of sunshine and dreams come true, Dani is a proud Orlando Native who loves sharing her hometown with others. She's worked in nearly all of Orlando's theme parks, on board Disney Cruise Line, and in hotel management. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thisfloridalife

One thought on “PHOTOS – The First Signs of the WDW 50th Anniversary Celebration Have Arrived at Magic Kingdom

  • March 12, 2021 at 2:24 pm
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    The castles were originally styled by Imagineers with a background as set designers who knew how to use muted colors to create the illusion of distance and size, and it showed when looking down Main Street. The current stylists come from a background of toy design and the castles show it.

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