Disney Vacation Gift Guide for Kids

Are you planning a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland this year? I think half of the fun is prepping for your trip. It helps to build the anticipation. The months leading up to your trip are the perfect time to gift your kids with items they may need on vacation. Whether it’s for Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, or a birthday, here are some great gift ideas that are useful, practical and fun! Make sure your kids have all of the essentials for a great trip with this Disney vacation gift guide.

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Disney Luggage

My kids loved pulling around their own suitcase! I think it was easier to keep everything organized too.

Pro Tip – Pack an outfit for each day in a gallon-sized Ziplock bag. If you want them to wear an outfit on certain days? Just write the day of the week on the bag.

If you don’t want to go all-in with luggage, you could just add some luggage tags.

Fun Things to Wear

Representing your favorite character just feels like the right thing to do at Disney! It might make it a little easier to get your kids dressed and out the door for rope drop.

Are you taking or little princess, or prince, to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique? Save yourself some money and purchase the perfect outfit before you go. One word of advice. Bring some regular clothes with you. Dress up clothes are fun but usually not very comfortable.

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Pool Days

Be ready for some fun in the sun!


Meeting their favorite characters and getting that famous autograph is crucial for making your trip complete. Here are some fun things you could have them sign instead of an autograph book. I included one though, just in case.

Bring a FAT Sharpie with for characters to use. I brought short Sharpie once, that was a fail!

To me this seems a little large to carry around but it is a popular option.

Finding cards for all of the characters could get a little tricky but, I think this is a fun one. You could have an autograph book for back up.

This is my favorite and one we have done a couple of times. Having a baseball cap is great for kids in the Florida sun so it is multifunctional as well!

Just for Fun

These things are not trip-related but they were just too fun to not share. I want them 🙂

I hope this little Disney vacation gift guide for kids helped give you some practical, fun ideas for gift giving! If you are planning your Walt Disney World vacation you might want to check out my other trip planning posts below. See ya real soon!!

4 Real Disney Mom


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