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25 Beautiful Holiday Wreaths Hung with Care at Disneyland Resort

The halls have been decked, the lights have been lit, the trees have been decorated, and the wreaths have been hung. Disney Holidays are in full swing over at the Disneyland Resort, and believe us, it doesn’t get much more magical than this. Every sight you take in during this time of year at any of the Disney Parks is enough to make anyone believe in the spirit of the season! One of our holiday favorites is It’s a Small World Holiday at Disneyland Park. The Jingle Cruise is another attraction that got a holiday makeover this year — it’s not to be missed!

With so many wonderful details, it can be easy to overlook all of the trimmings. We wanted to highlight these enchanting holiday wreaths as seen at the Disneyland Resort. A wreath is an assortment of various materials put together in a circular fashion to resemble a ring. Popular in many different cultures around the globe, wreaths have been used as a decorative sign of Christmas for hundreds of years. There are so many of these beautiful displays, from Disneyland to Disney California Adventure to the Disneyland Resorts, and we’ve taken photos of 25 of our favorites. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season filled with lots of Disney magic!

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Photo Source(s):  © Disney Sisters

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