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Christmas Tea Fashion at WDW with Nicolette

Picture of Nicolette


Co-owner of Trader Nicks Tea and Disney fanatic

For Christmas this year we put together this fun photo series of Christmas Tea fashion inspired by the four Walt Disney World parks. I thrifted some outfits and tea cups together that match the holiday vibes of each park and Nick was the photographer.    

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For Magic Kingdom, I really wanted a classic Christmas look that was boldly Disney, so what better than some Minnie Mouse dots and a Christmas tree cup! Thankfully, I already had this dress that I had made years ago in the back of my closet. 

What tea would I serve at a Magic Kingdom Christmas Tea Party?

Very Merry Christmas Tea, of course!

A black tea with sweet spices and fruits including cinnamon, clove, orange, cranberry, and almond. The aroma is reminiscent of fresh baked Christmas morning pastries. 


For Animal Kingdom, I wanted to go with a winter wonderland theme crossed with a tea safari. So I found a snowy white dress and accessorized with a wild cats scarf and jean jacket. The teacup that matched was this dainty white tea cup with a black trim and a beautiful image of a bird and flowers.  

What tea would I serve at an Animal Kingdom Christmas Tea Party? 

Circle of Life!

This caffeine free fruity rooibos has bold flavors of blood orange, and silky almond. 


This outfit was inspired by the vintage ceramic doll and poodle ornament decorations found around Hollywood Boulevard and Echo Lake. The pink and white dress also gives me strong candy cane vibes that blend well with the vintage Hollywood style. The teacup we found could not be more fitting with a poodle pink color and pink rose decor. 

What tea would I serve at a Hollywood Studios Christmas Tea Party? 

Beauty Sleep!

Better get to sleep this Christmas so Santa can deliver the presents! This tea will do the trick with relaxing effects and the taste of pink rose and candy cane mint. And even though this caffeine free blend may brew blue, you can make it pink with a dash of lemon juice. 


For the last of this series, I thrifted this incredibly sparkly blue sequined top that matched the Epcot Festival of the Holidays decor. And I found the perfect teacup that I had thrifted awhile ago that was just as silver as our Spaceship Earth. 

What tea would I serve at an Epcot Christmas Tea Party? 

All three of our International Teas of the Holidays! Italy, France, and Germany.

These teas are inspired by popular holiday desserts from each of these three countries. 


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