Inside A Disney Day Bag: Food & Wine Festival Pro

A few weeks back we started out looking at what's Inside A Disney Day Bag - Minimalist edition. Today, we're going to take a peek inside a bag specifically packed for the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. Now, honestly, the average person doesn't really need a special packing strategy for the festival. However if you're a serious foodie and down for taking on the Marketplace Booths like a pro, we've got the day bag for you!

Inside A Disney Day Bag: Food & Wine FestivalInside A Disney Day Bag: Food & Wine Festival

Tote Bag - For easy access and festival fun, I love to carry a simple tote with a touch of whimsy. These bags work best when you don't need to secure much (or protect camera gear) but want to have your basics covered. They're perfect for easy access to your snack trays and a small camera.

Snack Tray - While our friends over at the Disney Food Blog advocate bringing along your own full size tray, I'm actually quite fond of the smaller trays that have a spot to hold your wine glass. Either way you decided to go, slipping a lightweight tray in your bag makes carrying away what you order much, much easier.

Water Bottle - Staying hydrated is one of THE most important pieces of advice we can offer to guests heating out to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. Keep a full Water Bottlewith you while touring so that you get enough non-alcoholic fluids throughout the day. You can refill at water fountains or any Epcot Counter Service restaurant.

Essentials Pouch and Organizer - Tote bags are great, but I like to have a little more organization in my bag, and this organizer pouch offers pockets for everything. Don't forget to include Wet Ones, Shout Wipes, Pepto Bismol, and Sunscreen in your kit for quick access in the case of over indulgence. This versatile pouch even has room for your Photo ID (to prove you are 21) and some currency. The food and wine festival marketplace booths accept cash, charge, gift card, and MagicBands!

Camera - Take some pictures of those fabulous thing's you're eating! Most people will do fine here with a point and shoot or simply using their camera phone. To get the best food shots take a minute of two to clear and set the field, style your dish, and get the right angle for your shot. Try moving the plate around and trying various angles before you pick your favorite. And don't forget to tag your pictures on Twitter and Instagram with #F&WPhotoHunt so that we can see what you're eating!

What special things to you put in your bag for Food & Wine Festival? Share your essentials with us below!

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