I often get emails with questions about my Disney wedding. I can definitely say that it was worth every penny. Below are some links to some videos of other Disney weddings and from their smiles I believe they feel the same. Enjoy!
Last night I was flipping through the channels and ran across the Food Networks’ Fantasy Weddings. They showed a couple that had their Disney Wedding in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Now, you might say there are lots of people that get married in front of Cinderella’s Castle. Yes, there are, but not while the park is open to guests. Being that both my husband and I used to work for Disney we were like, “Wow, this is rare!” These highly expensive Disney custom weddings usually only take place after-hours when the park is closed. I would have to say the only reason they were allowed to have their wedding while guest were still in the park was because of the Food Networks production of it. Continue reading “Rare Magic Kingdom Wedding”
If you care to venture into the world of reality television and have your life seen by all, then here’s your chance. WE TV is taking applications for one of their latest bridal reality series shows called My Fair Wedding. A few lucky brides will have the chance to have celebrity wedding planner David Tutera plan their wedding or at least upgrade and make fabulous what they currently have planned. Modern Bride magazine honored David as one of the Top Trendsetters of the Year. If you are interested and for more information click here. Weddings should take place within an hour of New York City in July or August, 2008! Closing date for application is May 30th, 2008. Good Luck!
I ran across another great blog of couple planning a Walt Disney World wedding. They have decided that their Disney wedding budget will only be $20,000. Can it be done? Well, I think it can. The biggest variable that can explode is how many people will attend. There is definitely no way to have a Disney wedding for $20,000 with catering for 100 guests. My wedding had about 40 guests, ceremony was at the Disney Wedding Pavilion and reception was in the Grand Floridian ballroom. The cost? Just a few thousand more….and worth every penny! – L
I also love to hear “how we met” stories. If you have a great story to share I’d love to hear it. Here’s my version of how Scott and I met. Enjoy! -L
The day Scott and I first met the only conversation that we had was, “Hi” and “Nice to meet you.” Although I must say that when I saw him walk into the movie theater I was definitely impressed, but I figured he was taken and probably too young for me. I later found out that he was neither. Continue reading “Our Disney Fairy Tale – The Story of How We Met (Lindy’s version)”
A new Disney bridal dress “Giselle” has been released by Disney Princess dress designed Kirstie Kelly. This new dress is inspired by the Disney “Enchanted” movie. Also, in this line of Disney Princess gowns: Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Jasmine, and Ariel. I think they are absolutely beautiful. The detail is amazing. Kirstie Kelly did a great job. I only wish these dresses were around when I got married. See photos and video below. To learn more visit DisneyBridal.com.
I just got done reading a great “how we met” story of a couple that ended up getting married at the Disney Wedding Pavilion at the Walt Disney World. You can check out their great story here. I always love reading great “how we met” stories.
Welcome to DisneyFairyTales.com! I am pleased to announce the launch of our new DisneyFairyTales.com website. For those of you who were members of the old Disney Wedding site, we thank you, and hope you will enjoy this one even more. We converted it for cleaner look and ease of use. We’ll be posting lots of new Disney wedding stories and news so stay tuned!