There are so many great pairs across Walt Disney World that you will definitely want to be on the lookout for. Each of the characters are great in their own right, but there is a little something extra when they are together. Here are 9 of the cutest Walt Disney World couples:
9. Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse
Mickey and Minnie are definitely among the most popular of the cute couples at Walt Disney World. You can meet them at each of the theme parks (not always together). You will also see them appear together in a variety of different parades and shows around Walt Disney World, too. They also have a new attraction opening March 4, 2020 – Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway. You definitely have to see this adorable couple in action when you are there.
8. Vanellope von Schweetz and Wreck-It Ralph: Future World, Epcot
OK, so these two aren’t exactly a couple, but they are definitely adorable and make the best of friends. We don’t know how long they will be doing meet and greets at Walt Disney World, but you should definitely check them out while you can. The meet and greet is currently at Epcot and it is a lot of fun.
7. Nakawa and Kibibi: Festival of the Lion King, Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Nakawa and Kibibi are the names of male and female singers in the Festival of the Lion King show at Animal Kingdom. They sing the beautiful song “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” together as an almost human version of Simba and Nala. It is so sweet and they definitely make an adorable couple during the show.
6. Belle and Beast: Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Belle and Beast appear together in a few other locations around Walt Disney World, but among the best is their performance in the Beauty and the Beast stage show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The show is a quicker retelling of the popular movie and the story of how Belle and the Beast ultimately fell in love and get their happily ever after.
5. Rapunzel and Eugene: Bon Voyage Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno Restaurant, Disney’s Boardwalk
You can see these two together in a couple other performances around Walt Disney World, but you can interact with them together at this fun breakfast that features popular couples. They are so adorable and their love story in Tangled is a special one. They both have fun personalities to begin with, so their interactions together are even more fun and playful compared to the other popular Disney couples.
4. Peter and Wendy: Festival of Fantasy Parade, Magic Kingdom
These two also aren’t technically a couple, but they are definitely an adorable pair in Disney’s classic Peter Pan film. You can see them together on a themed float in the Festival of Fantasy Parade at Magic Kingdom. You can also sometimes catch them together for meet and greets in different parts of the Magic Kingdom. They are definitely so much fun when you can catch them together!
3. Donald Duck and Daisy Duck
This is definitely one of my favorite couples at Walt Disney World. I have always been a huge Donald and Daisy fan, and it is so much fun to get to see them live and in person. You are able to meet them at each of the theme parks at Walt Disney World (not always together). You can also catch them in the Festival of Fantasy Parade, too. They are so adorable and definitely characters that you want to meet when at Walt Disney World.
2. Anna and Kristoff: Frozen Sing-a-Long, Disney’s Hollywood Studios
These two are such a fun couple in the popular film, Frozen. You can also see them in the Frozen Sing-a-Long show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios where all of the great songs from the movie are performed on stage. Much of the entire cast of characters is there to lead the audience in this fun sing-a-long, interactive show.
1. Figment and Dr. Nigel Channing: Journey Into Imagination with Figment, Epcot
OK, so not exactly a couple but they are still so much fun together. Figment was previously paired with Dreamfinder and for the last several years he has been teamed up with Dr. Nigel Channing on the attraction. The pair is so much fun during the attraction as we get to learn more about how to channel one little spark of imagination.