A little bit of reshuffling has happened at Disney Springs, and just in case shopping’s on your to-do list for your next Walt Disney World vacation, I thought we might just need to stop by and check things out.
Rustic Cuff, purveyor of all things bracelets and accessories, has a new kiosk in The Landing, just in front of Paddlefish. Rustic Cuff was formerly located in the space that used to house Erwin Pearl, and is now in the process of being transformed into the new flagship location of Orlando’s own, Gideon’s Bakehouse.
Rustic Cuff’s new spot is the kiosk space formerly used by Lovepop. Lovepop is preparing to move into their new brick and mortar location in Disney Springs’ Town Center later this year. It’s a bit of musical chairs, isn’t it?
Let’s take a peek inside Rustic Cuff’s new location! The kiosk is open and airy, and oodles of their unique accessories are on display. If you like baubles and such, you’ll certainly have your pick.
While Rustic Cuff offers pre-made bracelets in various colors, price points, and media, guests also have the opportunity to purchase customizable magnetic wrap bracelets. Each base wrap bracelet is $22, and guests can choose beads and sliders of different shapes and sizes in order to personalize the bracelet. Beads and sliders are priced between $6 and $10. The Rustic Cuff team member staffing the location when I stopped by was incredibly kind and helpful, and demonstrated how the magnetic wrap bracelet works and what the process is for creating your own.
Guests with an eye for earrings (or is that an ear for earrings?) are in luck: Rustic Cuff sells those, too. Shoppers can also pick up a copy of The Kindness Effect, written by Rustic Cuff’s creator, Jill Donovan.
Have you had the chance to stop by the new kiosk? What did you think of the location and its offerings?
Deni loves all things Disney, and, in 2013, moved to the Magic from Maryland. Walt Disney World is her happy place, and she loves getting to share it with others. Deni and her husband of almost 26 years have 2 grown children. Her favorite WDW snack? A Mickey Bar, of course. Is there any other?!