Honeymoon As Wedding Gift?

My fiance and I are getting married in October. We don’t want to register for gifts as we already have many things we need- in fact in many cases we have double! What we are hoping is to ask for contributions toward our Disney World honeymoon instead of gifts. I am wanting to hear from real couples who have done this… did it work? Did you feel that you offended anyone? How did you get around the issue of offending anyone? If you don’t mind, how much of your total honeymoon was paid for?
Thanks!

Planning A Marriage & Honeymoon In Disney During Xmas & New Years?

I have been planning a very formal wedding for months now & I’m so fed up with all the details & all the family conflicts over everything.. so I’ve thrown everything out.
My family celebrates Christmas on Christmas Eve, so Christmas Day is always free. I figured we would rest up on Christmas Day & then leave late that night around midnight to go to Orlando. I live in Mississippi, so it’s about a 10 hr drive. Then, I figured we could check into our hotel, rest some, then go to the chapel & get married (this will be the 26th), then spend the next week having fun in Disney πŸ™‚
We’re on a very tight budget (we’re actually getting into disney free since I have family that works there) but still want to have a great honeymoon. I’ve tried looking on tripadvisor.com & other related websites, but theres SO much there, I get overwhelmed any time I try to start planning! Anyone have any ideas for things to do around the holidays? Any tips or need to know advice? Thanks!

Planning A Marriage & Honeymoon In Disney During Xmas & New Years?

I have been planning a very formal wedding for months now & I’m so fed up with all the details & all the family conflicts over everything.. so I’ve thrown everything out.
My family celebrates Christmas on Christmas Eve, so Christmas Day is always free. I figured we would rest up on Christmas Day & then leave late that night around midnight to go to Orlando. I live in Mississippi, so it’s about a 10 hr drive. Then, I figured we could check into our hotel, rest some, then go to the chapel & get married (this will be the 26th), then spend the next week having fun in Disney πŸ™‚
We’re on a very tight budget (we’re actually getting into disney free since I have family that works there) but still want to have a great honeymoon. I’ve tried looking on tripadvisor.com & other related websites, but theres SO much there, I get overwhelmed any time I try to start planning! Anyone have any ideas for things to do around the holidays? Any tips or need to know advice? Thanks!

Disney World For Our Honeymoon, Experiences?

My fiance and I want to plan our honeymoon in disney world. We stayed this year for 10 days at the pop century and it was the vacation of our lives!! We’re young…21 right now. Our wedding date is set for April of 2010. We’ve both been on other great vacations and get-aways but we both agreed that we had the most fun in disney. We’re young but we’re adults. We own our condo, work 9-5’s. It was nice to un-wind and get to be kids again in disney.
We want to stay at the polynesian. Our prefered dates are May 1 – May 10th.
Anybody been to disney for their honeymoon? How was it? Any tips?

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Disney Honeymoon… What Resort To Stay In?

My fiance and I want to go to Walt Disney World for our honeymoon. Our wedding is in early November, and we cannot decide which resort to stay in. We are looking at the Moderate priced resorts, because let’s face it we aren’t made of money.
I have been searching online and I am seeing alot of bad reviews of the Disney Resorts… This can’t be true, or can it? People having a bad experience at Disney?
Has anyone stayed a Disney Resort lately? Also, has anyone gone to Disney World on their honeymoon… what can we expect? What about the Disney Dining Plan.. or the special Packages…
Any answers would be great!
Have a Magical Day…

Disney World!!!! Are There Any Honeymoon Suites Other Than The Grand Floridian? Disney World!!!?

I am looking to plan a disney world honey moon for my wedding next year and I would like to find a honeymoon suite at a Disney world hotel on the property, other than the grand floridian. Does anyone know if they have honeymoon suites at any of the other hotels?

Has Anyone Went Throught The Disney Website To Book A Honeymoon?

There is a particular website for honeymoons with Disney that I’m looking into but I’m unsure that I even need to go that route…I’ve noticed that when you associate wedding with things that makes it more expensive. Advice? You think it be better to go to a travel agent to book my Disney Vacation or thru Disney’s website? I’ve never used a travel agent and not sure how that works.http://www.disneyweddings.go.com/site/ga… – weddinghttp://disneyworld.disney.go.com/wdw/ind… – regular vacation

Honeymoon Help?

So, when we got engaged last year, my mother in law said that she would take care of our honeymoon as a gift to us. She said that the only stipulation was that she would get to pick where we went for a week. She said she would make sure it was somewhere nice and run some ideas by us to make sure it wasn’t something we would hate. Originally, it was going to be Disney World. Then, California (like a road trip kind of thing), then Vegas, and then she said she would just give us a thousand bucks and her car and we could go wherever. The other day, she told my fiance that she didn’t think she was going to do our Honeymoon afterall. Our wedding is 2 1/2 months away. We are a one income couple with no extra cash. Ever. Now, I’m stuck with trying to find somewhere for us to go that is nice, but inexpensive. Any ideas? We live in Northern, Illinois, but we would travel anywhere as long as the price was right. I’m wondering about any all-inclusive resorts or well, just anything.

Florida Honeymoon – Relaxing Location?

We’re trying to make honeymoon plans for mid-September this year and I’m looking for a nice, laid-back location for a few days in Florida.
This half of the trip is “my” choice. My fiance really wants to go to Disney. πŸ™‚ Which definitely sounds fun, but does not give us that couple days to relax that I think we will need after the busy-ness of the wedding. So our compromise is to go someplace and drink pina coladas on a beach somewhere for a couple days, and then head to Disney for a couple days.
We’re both really satisfied with this solution – but I don’t know a lot about Florida, so I don’t know where the ideal place would be to spend those first couple honeymoon days? Does anyone have some suggestions? Thanks!

Moving Memories Through Cruise Ship Weddings

Every couple wants an exceptional wedding experience. Some may opt for a solemn church wedding; others may seek a colorful garden wedding, while others may decide on setting their vows in extreme and extraordinary ways. But whatever you like your wedding event to be, nothing compares to the exceptionally that cruise ship weddings offers.
With its growing popularity for the past decades, many couples choose this special experience to tie their knots, because of its grandiose arrangement, and its evenhanded outlays. That is why many wedding planners in cooperation with cruise ship agencies are offering such a package at a reasonable price.
But even if the meaning of having a reasonable price is still hundreds of thousands, the package being presented for this type of marriage celebration is complete and can be enjoyed both by the couples and their guests. Your wedding will only be for one day, but memories that you and your partner, as well as all of your guests have carved on board will be considered everlasting.
The reason why there are a lot of couples choosing to get married aboard a sea vessel and not on the Holy church at a dry land is the fact that the uniqueness of the destination and of the experience getting to wed while riding the waves is a big advantage for such a memorable celebration. It’s simply a matchless way to celebrate love!
Moreover, having a wedding on the ship while overlooking a breathtaking degree of ocean view will create a feeling of like “all of the heaven’s eyes are on you and your partner”. Nonetheless, it is also very instrumental in creating wonders and awe in each of guest witnessing this memorable event.
Taking the waters for exchanging of vows will also fashion a hushed and tranquil atmosphere that will provide a beautiful setting for “I do’s” and other intimate talks.
In addition, what sets this type of wedding scene apart from the traditional ones celebrated inside cathedrals, is that you can opt to have your marriage ceremony done while you are on board the ship , or you can also have a cruise around the crystal blue waters surrounding the different islands of the Caribbean, and after the voyage, you can stopover at a beautiful spot and exchange your vows on the shore.
The latter option is usually what every bride calls a “dream wedding” set on white sands and unruffled waves. Moreover, the majestic open space that nature offers is also quite impressive for wedding receptions compared to having the party set on hotels where there is much restrictions for fun and actions.
Getting wed on a cruise ship will give you a chance to let the natural world decorate your wedding day. That is, you will be witnessing birds chirping along as you switch vows. You will also feel the refreshing cool breeze of the wind, and the solemnity that the clear blue sky gives.
Many couples have also been impressed with the smell of fresh flowers and trees, and the unexpected natural light that illuminated the whole event, such as the romantic sunrise and sunset, as well as the enchanted beam that the moon and twinkling stars bring.

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