As part of Disney Parks' Limited Time Magic promotion this year, Disneyland Resort celebrated Valentine's Day for a whole week (Feb. 11-17), entitled "True Love Week." The happiest place on earth is already a very romantic place, but Disney stepped up their game by providing special decorations and offerings for those romantically inclined.
Main Street and Fantasyland showcased some sweet and delicate florals for the occasion, providing romantic photo ops for guests, princes and princesses alike. The most beautiful location was arguably at the Snow White Wishing Well, a popular engagement location in the park.
Banners proclaiming "true love" could be found in some locations as well. At night, Sleeping Beauty Castle blushed in shades of red, pink, blue and lavender with special lighting.
Valentine's Day is not just a major holiday for flowers, but also for delicious dinners, sweets and luxurious treats. Some snack locations featured a special chocolate and raspberry mousse cupcake, while some of the more upscale locations had their own prix fixe menus (featuring such upscale items as surf and turf) for the holiday.
One could also visit Mandra Spa at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel, where they offer classic spa experiences to those looking for a more relaxing time. And of course, Disney would not be Disney without their merchandise. While the park has always offered items like glowing roses and cute Mickey and Minnie couple merchandise, Disney created a few additional items just for the occasion.
Disneyland Resort is always a romantic getaway, though. One can always enjoy the calm bayou setting inside the Pirates of the Caribbean and Blue Bayou and enjoy a delicious meal underneath a constant night sky with paper lanterns hanging above.
There is always a delicious treat waiting for guests at any food service locations. But really, anywhere can be romantic, so long as your true love is there with you.