Disney Parks generally have a fairly strict no costume policy for adults (except around Halloween and Christmas time). Disneybounding is a way to put together an outfit inspired by your favorite characters while still being respectful of the Disney Parks rules. Real talk, it’s a super fun way to show your Disney geekdom while visiting the parks.
My love of costumes feels like it’s always been a part of me. I even started cosplaying at a fairly young age. I didn’t really understand at the time that this was what people call cosplay and instead just felt a calling to do my very best to really embody a character. That love of cosplay continued through my teens and into my 20s.
Disneybounding is a Disney-specific version of casual cosplay where you dress in everyday clothing inspired by your favorite characters, rides, treats, or even walls!
Are you ready to hop on a roller coaster and then grab a churro? Whether you are planning a country hopping exploration of Disney parks or booking a weekend of nothing but thrill rides at a coaster park, amusement park travel has something for everyone. Here are ten ideas to help jumpstart your amusement park travel planning!
Disney resorts and theme parks are the happiest place on Earth for me. When I had my daughter in 2011, we started planning her first adventure to the theme parks. Here you’ll find my top ten tips for heading to Walt Disney World with a toddler.
You’ve heard the stories of people basing entire trips on amusement park tourism. If you’re thinking about your next Disney or Universal trip, you likely have amusement park travel on the brain.