Disney has announced its 6th color trend, Arendelle Aqua. This new trend will be a hit especially for those that are fans of Frozen and Elsa. This announcement came via Delish and will come with merchandise and food, all in Arendelle Aqua.

The merchandise will release in the parks on September 13th, with a V.I.Passholder popup event on September 10th at Epcot. Our team was at the event and created a video to showcase the new merchandise.

The merchandise will be rolling out across all parks worldwide with the exception of Tokyo Disneyland. This is the first time Disney has rolled out a color trend to all the Disney Parks.

Below are some of Disney’s promotional photos of all the merchandise and food items. (Note: These promotional photos do contain Disneyland branding, however, the image for the Walt Disney World V.I.Passholder event at Epcot does have the Walt Disney World Branding shown)

Disney’s Arendelle Aqua Merchandise

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Arendelle Aqua Minnie Mouse Ear Headband – $27.99

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Arendelle Aqua Tumbler – $22.99

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Spirit Jersey and Lounge Fly Backpack – $64.99 and $90.00

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Arendelle Aqua Food & Beverages

Frozen Arendelle Aqua Lemonade – $5.25

A Frozen lemonade mixed with passionfruit and pineapple can be found near Elsa at the Norway Beer Cart.

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Arendelle Aqua Pearl Cupcake – $5.49

A Nutella cupcake with aqua buttercream frosting and a Minnie bow decoration which can be found at Sunshine Seasons in The Land Pavilion at Epcot.

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Arendelle Aqua Sponge Cake – $4.29

This sponge cake with an aqua buttercream frosting can be found at Yorkshire County Fish Shop.

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Arendelle Aqua Popcorn Bucket

Everyone loves to connect popcorn buckets and this new color trend brings a popcorn bucket to add to your collection. This can be found at the popcorn carts around the park.

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Arendelle Aqua Churros

You’ll be able to find these classic churros covered in aqua-colored sugar at stands around the parks.

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Posted by Chris Edwards

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