two years ago i was lucky enough to sit beside you on a bench at disney springs where we talked for hours about everything ; today we picked our wedding venue & began planning the next chapter in our lives. i will always love you & appreciate the love & support you have given me ; ill always be the lucky head girl who fell for the quidditch captain ✨💕
Hippity hopping all over Disneyland today, living our best bunny lives #liveatdisneyland! Come say hi if you see us around 🌸💖🐰💛🌸// 📷: @disneydentist, edited by us!
Bunny bounding as Thumper and Rabbit, the first characters we ever officially bounded as! (Also, preview of our newest flash sale ears, check back this week!) 🐰💖
“I wasn’t going to eat it, I was just going to taste it.” -Winnie the Pooh
Honey has been around for a long time. The earliest record of keeping bees was found in a temple erected in 2400 BC near Cairo. For ancient Egyptians, the bee symbolized royalty and appeared frequently in hieroglyphs. They used honey as a sweetener, a gift to their gods, and an ingredient in embalming fluid. The Greeks viewed honey as medicine, and they also mixed honey with cheese to make cheesecakes, described by Euripides in the fifth century BC as being “steeped most thoroughly in the rich honey of the golden bee.” Beekeeping flourished throughout the Roman empire. In other words, Winnie the Pooh is on to something, people! 🐝🐝🐝
‘Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things because we’re curious... and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths’ -Walt Disney