Atrium's chandelier

Last week I was invited to participate in a couple of Disney events for the media. The first was the Let Memories Begin Press Event on Tuesday night at the Magic Kingdom. The second was the Inaugural Sailing of the newest ship from the Disney Cruise Line, the Disney Dream.

Near the Walt Disney Theater

We had such a great time and there are so many pictures, videos and experiences to share over the next few days and weeks. The Disney Dream is a fantastic accomplishment for Disney, the imagineers and Disney Cruise Line. Their attention to details was focused on the smallest items on the ship.

Murano glass as you enter Palo's

There was also a lot of information presented over the course of the events. In order to tackle and sort through the relevant items for the site, I will begin by eating the elephant one bite at a time.

Inside The Royal Palace

One of the first items you notice when you board the ship is the massive atrium and its beautiful chandelier. It is an impressive introduction when they announce your family’s name as you board the ship and enter the Disney Dream. The chandelier is an homage to Art Deco and Streamline design that has become the signature style of the Disney Cruise Line.

Inside Palo's

As I began to wander the ship, the first thing that really caught my eye, was the number of beautiful chandeliers and light fixtures everywhere you went. These are just a few of the beautifully designed chandeliers you will see during your time aboard the Disney Dream…if you just look up.

Art nouveau inspired lighting in Remy's

So during your voyage on the Disney Dream, be sure to look for those signature elements of design everywhere you can. They could be hanging just over your head.

In Remy's private room

There is plenty more to come about our adventures at sea, so keep checking back to learn more about the great things happening at the Walt Disney World Resort and Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream.

In the bar for Palo's and Remy's

Lighting in the shopping district

Navigation inspired lighting by the Walt Disney Theater

Disclosure: I was an invited guest on this media tour of the Disney Dream. As a guest, the Walt Disney Co. paid for my fare on the ship so that I could experience the Disney Dream first hand. The Walt Disney Co. provided food and lodging during my trip to the park and aboard the Disney Dream as well as bus transfers to and from the port. I am under no obligations to the Walt Disney Co. from this media cruise and write about the experiences so our guests on can learn more about the many destination vacation opportunities available from Disney’s Parks and Resorts.