Having a Wedding at Disney World
For many girls who grew up dreaming of one day being a princess, having a wedding at Disney World could be a dream come true. Every girl gets to feel like a princess on her wedding day. Plus, every girl in Disney World gets to feel like a princess.
What could be better than combining those two things?
Disney has an entire site for weddings and honeymoons, which you should definitely check out if you’re interested in tying the knot at the Magic Kingdom. The website doesn’t just offer advice for couples interested in having an Orlando, Florida wedding. Information for California, Disney Cruise Line, and Hawaii is also provided.
Check out pictures, video, press releases, or the Disney Wedding blog, which highlights everything from wedding trends to cake inspiration! Also, get information on pricing, where to stay, and more.
Of course, the official website isn’t your one stop for planning a wedding at Disney World. Be sure to check out Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Facebook and Twitter pages. Here, you can connect with other brides and grooms interested in having a wedding at Disney World.
If you still find yourself craving more, request a Fairy Tale wedding brochure from Disney.
You can even set up a Honeymoon registry on the Weddings & Honeymoons site, which allows your friends and family to chip in on your Disney World Honeymoon! Or, download the free honeymoon brochure to learn more about what options are available.
Remember, Disney World isn’t the only place where Disney does honeymoons. In fact, many honeymooning Disney fans choose to take a cruise through the Bahamas!
Whatever your dream is, there’s someone at Disney World who can help you make it possible. If there’s just one thing that Disney is really good at, it’s celebrating. So, pull a Disney crewmember on board with your special plans, and watch an ordinary wedding or honeymoon go to the ‘extraordinary’ level!
Also, check out this blog for ways that you can help your guests get discount Disney World tickets.
What do you think? Would you ever have a wedding or honeymoon at Disney? Why, or why not?