Custom-designed shirts, of course!
My birthday present this year from Derek was my first trip to Disney World! When I told him about all the outfits I had planned for us to wear, he was not phased. Maybe he was such a good sport because he knows the "perks" of being with a creative, or maybe because he knew he was going to propose. Either way, he was equally as excited about the matching outfit idea (or so he said.) So I started building out our detailed itinerary and deciding which outfits we would wear each day.
Outfit: Safari Explorers
The only "problem" we found with this outfit was that everyone thought we worked for the park! Many people approached us thinking we were park workers, which made our day a little more interesting!
Outfit: Prince & Princess
Day two's outfits were much more comfortable!
I had originally ordered a princess crown to wear with these outfits, but ditched that as soon as I saw the Mickey/Minnie wedding themed hats Derek surprised me with after proposing. (He proposed at the very end of our first night at Disney.)
These shirt designs were also cut out and ironed on by my super-left brained fiancé, but they turned out super cute!
Outfits: Mickey and Minnie
Day three required little to no design work, but more creativity for the actual outfit.
We found the red shorts for Derek and my red and white skirt on Amazon. I had ordered Mickey & Minnie mouse ears, but we decided to wear the bride and groom hats again (duh!). We both had black shirts already.
We thought about ironing on the Minnie/Mickey pocket designs shown below, but decided against it (neither of us wanted to sacrifice our black shirts for the cause.)
Outfit: Normal Humans
When planning this trip, I told myself I would probably be over the whole matching outfits idea by the last day- which was pretty much correct. Fortunately, that decision didn't make our last day at Disney any less magical, and it saved poor Derek from having to print, cut out, and iron on any more t-shirt designs!
Even though some people laughed at the idea of making shirts and dressing up for Disney, it ended up being extremely fun and made planning the trip that much more exciting. Spring Break 2015 was perfect, shirts and all. I wouldn't change a thing!