In the past couple of years, the color rose gold has seen a serious spike in popularity. It’s a beautiful color, admittedly, but it’s everywhere. It’s even on the food at Disney World! Sunshine Seasons in Epcot was the first to get a rose gold cupcake, and according to the Disney Parks Blog…
“In Magic Kingdom Park, you’ll find a Rose Gold Red Velvet Swirl Cupcake topped with a mini-vanilla cupcake, rose gold buttercream, chocolate crispy pearls and chocolate rose gold Minnie ears at Main Street Bakery. And at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you’ll find a Strawberry Rose Gold Cupcake with strawberry icing and crispy pearls at The Trolley Car Café.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is serving up a tropical Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with guava pastry cream at Capt. Cook’s and Kona Café; and I even hear that a Rose Gold Margarita with lime and a gold sugar rim might be arriving this week at the Barefoot Pool Bar!
Contempo Café at Disney’s Contemporary Resort now has a Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with strawberry filling, vanilla buttercream, strawberry crispy pearls and a dark chocolate rose gold Minnie hat. And Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has a Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake with rose gold sponge and hazelnut cream cheese filling at Gasparilla Island Grill!
At Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and Disney’s Old Key West Resort, you’ll find a Rose Gold Chocolate Cupcake with strawberry buttercream filling and topping, chocolate ears and chocolate crispy pearls. These can be found at Intermission Food Court, The Artist’s Palette and The Paddock Grill.
At BoardWalk Bakery you’ll find a Rose Gold Yellow Cupcake with rose mousse and topped with whipped cream frosting, rose gold Minnie ears and rose gold crispy pearls. And at the Beach Club Marketplace and The Market at Ale & Compass, you’ll find a Strawberry-Chocolate Mousse Cupcake with buttercream icing.”
What do you think? Do you think this rose gold trend is played out? Would you eat any of these delicious-looking confections?