I had to post this. This is the most emotional Disney proposal I have ever seen. Perfect! This is what it should be. I wonder if they will have a Disney wedding?
I am going to be planning my wedding at the Disneyland hotel. I wanted to know if there are any Disney brides out there that have some good advice for me… Things I should know, or things to do.
PS.. I have the website, and I know all the info I can from the internet. I need someone with experience. Thanks <3
Your wedding day is the happiest day of your life. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have the happiest day of your life at the happiest place on earth? Of course it would – and Disneyland has made that possible with Disneyland Weddings. Women start dreaming of their weddings from the time that they are little girl’s. Now, you can really have a fairy tale wedding that is truly unique, romantic, and enchanting – and you can have your very own ‘happily ever after’ wedding day at Disneyland. Disneyland weddings include a magical ceremony and a creative reception that you can’t find any place else on earth. You won’t have to stress over the details. Like Cinderella, you can have your very own God Mother to take care of the details – although in this case, it will actually be a fairy God Planner. Disneyland weddings are not last minute events. The planning stage starts one year before the date of the wedding with a meeting with the Disney wedding planner, a site tour, and a selection of the possible locations for the wedding. Eleven months before the big day, the letter of agreement must be signed and returned with a deposit. At ten months, announcements are mailed out to the guests who are to be invited. Eight months before the big day, the planning steps up. Planning sessions are held by phone or in person with the wedding planner, and ceremony and reception event orders are prepared. Everything starts falling into place, and the planning continues until one month before the big day. Final payments are due thirty days before the wedding date, and the final guest count is due four days before the wedding is to take place. Everything is planned with your input, and all of the details are handled without any stress being placed on the happy couple. Flowers, invitations, and catering are all included. After a ceremony that will l ive in your memory forever, you and your new spouse will enjoy the reception of your dreams. The reception will be handled by a white gloved staff, complete with elegant resort table settings, a head table, floor length linens, and place cards. Your wedding cake will be like nothing you could imagine in your wildest dreams, selected by you from a variety of choices. There are also honeymoon packages available at all of the Disneyland Resorts. From start to finish, your Disneyland wedding will have all of your dreams coming true, so you and your spouse can start your road to happily ever after.
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Location: Disneyland Main Street USA
Setup: Boyfriend stops in the middle of Main Street to propose to his girlfriend. Not outrageous, right?…until he starts singing. Very cute, this was posted by the Disney Parks on YouTube. Enjoy!
I have seen pictures of people who have had their weddings at Disneyland and they are absolutely beautiful. The pictures take place mostly in front of the castle. They are professional taken pictures. I am interested in taking pictures there too, but i was wondering if this was possible without having an actual wedding there. I am having a Debut that is Disney themed so having pictures in front of the castle with the people in my court would compliment my theme quite well.
Although I’d love my party to be at the Disneyland resort, it is way beyond my budget.
Does anyone know whether or not i could do this?
Who do i get in contact with?
Me and my fiance are planning a disneyland wedding next year! Were from England by the way so theres going to be approx 20 guests so its only a small wedding. Its always been my dream to get married in disney. Has any1 any idea on what prices im looking at and any decent websites we can get packages from. We dont need accomodation or anything just reception. Thanku xx
If it was your wedding what did you think of the process working with the Disney folk? Was it worth the cost?
P.S I am from England
I am trying to learn more about prior experiences (good and bad) people have had with weddings at Disneyland. I am interested in the in park experience, but would like to hear about hotel weddings also. Thank you!