Accessories, Theme Park Merch

Disney Parks unveils preview of 2016 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Merchandise

The 2016 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival kicks off at Walt Disney World March 2 and runs to May 30. Every year the festival releases tons of special edition merchandise just for the festival. The Disney Parks Blog, today, released a new video giving us a preview of some of these items like MagicBands and Dooney and Bourke handbags.

The logo collection this year will feature Figment.




Their will be a limited edition Flower and Garden Festival MagicBand.


We will be getting both a womens and mens collection of apparel.



Of course the festival will feature tons of pins.


New for this year is a Star Wars garden decorations collection.



2016 festival will also get a whole new Dooney and Bourke collection featuring Figment.





  1. Kimberly Mitchell

    Will this be available to order?

    1. Jenna Campbell

      If you have an iPhone, you can download the Shop Disney Parks app and you should be able to purchase these. The Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas special event items were available for purchase through the app while we were there. You may have to do some searching in the app, but you should be able to find them as they list almost all of the items available in parks.

      1. Barb

        I’ve been trying to buy the F & G merchandise and it won’t let me even add it to my shopping cart.

  2. Mary

    I don’t see anything I like very disappointed in the styles

  3. Amanda Michaels

    Hi, can this be purchased in England or shipped to England?

  4. Deana

    When will the Dooney & Burke Figment bags be up for sale on the Disney Park App?

  5. Cindy

    I wish WDW would limit the amount of merchandise one person can purchase. By the time I get to Epcot, some things are sold out. They will be on eBay or Amazon for twice the price. Maybe they can’t stop all the greed, but when it comes to passholder merchandise, they can surely scan the pass and only allow one or two items per pass. They do this at Disneyland and it works great. After all, I am a passholder too! I paid over $1400 for my pass, and I would like to have some souvenirs for my collection, not for sale!

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