Christmas YoursELF Photo Op in Disneyland Paris Creates Festive E-Cards for Guests

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Visiting Disneyland Paris this holiday season? Don’t miss this hilariously festive Christmas YoursELF photo op! The Christmas YoursELF station is set up right in the middle of Disneyland Paris, among the park’s beautiful Christmas decorations (so you can take some photos with the park’s Christmas trees, garland and more around the same time).

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While taking your photos, pose for the Christmas YoursELF shot and you will be able to create an adorable e-card where you and your friends and family take the form of cute Christmas elves. Virtual greeting cards like this one offer fun ways to send a little Disney magic to friends and family at home while you are visiting the parks, and they can make for an incredibly memorable photo souvenir from your vacation!

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These personalized e-cards are great for posting on social media, too, so you can share the magic of the holiday season at Disneyland Paris with all of your friends and followers. And, while in Disneyland Paris this holiday season, be sure to check out the new Mickey’s Dazzling Christmas Parade. You can also find this year’s holiday tree in Down Square for another beautiful photo op to help celebrate the season.

Sleeping_Beauty Castle, Disneyland, Paris

Though it isn’t a holiday card, if you are visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, be sure to smile for the camera when you first board your time machine ride vehicle while riding Spaceship Earth in EPCOT. Those photos of Guests on the attraction can be used to create virtual postcards from the future using the kiosks found in the ride’s post show, so you can send those to friends and family at home, too!

If you are visiting Disneyland Paris, be sure to review COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines ahead of your visit. Complete information to plan your visit can be found at

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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