Michelle Phillips



I had been to Walt Disney World several times as a child but it wasn’t until I went with my own daughter that I truly fell in love! Seeing Disney through Lilly’s eyes was nothing short of MAGIC! The way she danced with the princesses at Cinderella’s Royal Table, her new found love of the Mickey Mouse Ice Cream bar, to her squeals of laughter on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Disney World really has become our family’s “Happiest Place on Earth”  

Leaving Columbia, SC last July and relocating to Parkland, FL for my husband’s job has really allowed us to explore Disney in a different way.  Being in such close proximity to Disney World has allowed us to try out different resorts, restaurants and experiences like Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. 

Disney provides the perfect setting to create magical memories with your family.  I take such joy in planning our Disney vacations.  Whether it is helping you decide which character meal to reserve or the best spot to watch the fireworks, I look forward to helping you plan your perfect Disney Vacation! 

Some of my Disney favorites:

Resorts – Polynesian Resort – The restaurants are great, it has so many fun activities for your children and an amazing view of the Magic Kingdom Fireworks! We also love staying at the Boardwalk Inn.  The theme is turn of the century Atlantic City and its so pretty at night.  They have a cute little bakery to grab breakfast on the go and the best part is you can walk to Epcot!

Rides – Soarin’, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Avatar Flight of Passage and Lilly’s personal favorite, Expedition Everest—Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

Eats – Donald’s Dining Safari at Tusker House for a fun character experience and an amazing breakfast. We also love having dinner at La Hacienda de San Angel in Epcot, which when timed right has a great view of fireworks and an amazing Avocado Margarita! To indulge our sweet tooth we love making a trip to Beaches and Cream for an over the top dessert, the famous Kitchen Sink!  

Treats – Dole Whip, Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars and an endless amount of popcorn! 

Experiences – Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party-Such a fun night of trick-or -treating and meeting surprise Disney Characters—some dressed in their own special halloween costumes! We also love the Once Upon a Christmastime Parade and Festival of the Lion King.