Tips on Planning Your Disney Wedding

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Chose a Season: Central Florida has a reputation of warm sunny weather. But some times of the year are better than others.  Use this as a guide to help you chose the right month for your Disney Wedding.

  1. January-February: Cold (60-50 degrees F) It may not sound cold to most, but when you are wishing for sunny tank top weather, your not going to find it here. The up side? It’s the least busy time for vacationers.
  2. Later February-April: (70-80 degrees F) Spring break can bring vacationers, the weather is warm, but tolerable but there is a chance for spring thunder storms.
  3. April- May (83-87 degrees F) Humidity is going to high, and it makes you feel hotter but most vacationers aren’t present.
  4. June-August (90-97 degrees F) This is high season for vacationers as well as hotel rates. Hurricane season starts June 1st.
  5. September- October (89-84 degrees F) The heat starts to lessen, after Labor day vacationers start to thin. The hotel rates start to lower. This is the peak of hurricane season.
  6. November- December (85-71 degrees F) November is the most popular month for a Florida wedding, and hurricane season ends. Mid December starts getting busy with vacationers.

Chose the day of the week. While Saturdays are most popular Fridays and Sundays are becoming increasing popular. It is not unusual for the Grand Floridian\’s Wedding Pavilion to have multiple weddings a day, including weekdays.  Some Saturdays are booked up to two years in advance. This means that you may need to consider a weekday for your celebration.

Choose the time of day. Sunset weddings, morning brunch or even afternoon tea time weddings should be considered. Keep in mind you and your fiancée personality as well as guests that may attend. Some older guest and children may leave early at a late wedding reception.

Send ‘Save The Dates’ Early. If any of your guest are coming from out of town, you want to send you save the dates (STDs) early to give your guest time to plan.

Consider hiring outside vendors. When planning your wedding, you will be given package options including Djs, Photographers and Videographers. You may have some more flexibility if you hire an outside vendor. Orlando wedding videographers and other vendors can be found using a search engine.

Splurge on preserving your memories. You spend a year planning and then in 8 hours the whole thing is over. Make sure you preserve your memories. Hire a great Orlando wedding videographer and photographer so that you can relive those memories.

Go excotic. The Wedding Pavilion at the Grand Floridian is the most popular venue at Walt Disney World but there are other wonderful venues you can wed. Get creative and marry at Epcot’s Paris or Italy. The decor is already set for a romantic wedding. Little to no additional decorating is necessary.

Plan a Vacation. If having your wedding at Disney is a destination wedding, and most of your guest are traveling for your wedding, make it easy for yout guest to make it a vacation. There are vacation homes that can be rented or a block rooms at a choice hotel.  You may be surprised how many people RSVP when the find out they can take a vacation as well as attend your wedding.

Orlando Wedding Videographer, Mary Angelini shares her tips she has learned from filming weddings.

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Need Help Planning For Our Disney Trip.?

My family and I are going to Disney May 29th through June 5th. There will be 4 adults and our 3½ year old daughter going for the first time and we will be staying at the AS Movies.
We will be landing in Orlando at 11 Am on Friday May 29th, so I am figuring we will be in a park by 1 or so.
Here is our tentative plans, (but sure if I like them)
Friday May 29th Magic Kingdom
Sat May 30 Animal Kingdom
Sun May 31 Epcot
Mon June 1 Magic Kingdom – Res. at Chef Mickeys at 5 PM
Tues June 2 Hollywood Studios Res at Hollywood and Vine at 9:45
Fantasmic at 9 PM
Wed. June 3 Magic Kingdom Res at BBB 9:30
Thur June 4 What ever park we want to go back to.
Do you think we can do HS and Epcot in 1 day with a 3 year old or should we change our plans slightly?

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 🙂
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 🙂
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!

I’m A Single 23 Year Old, Whose Already Planning My Wedding…think I’m A Bit Too Crazy???

Let me explain…I’m not actually planning my wedding, but I am in my head…more than other girls! I’m always watching “Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?” on TV, and I go online to research wedding gowns, hotels, cakes, flowers, etc. I can’t help it….my wedding day is sooooooooo important!!! I know it’s important for everyone, but I think for me, it means a bit more. See, I’m waiting for marriage to have sex, cause I think it’s waaaay too important to give up to just any guy. I mean I think about Mr. Right everyday and every night!!! It’s kinda like a Disney fairy tale…HaHa! I hope no one takes it the wrong way, but I just feel the reason I’m like this is because I’ve waited and will continue to wait for Mr. Right for sooo long.I refuse to be with any other guy, that I know is not him!!!Don’t me wrong now…I’m not some coservative nun type, but basically I don’t want to be in any real relationship with a guy other than Mr. Right! I love him that much! What do you think about all this??

Wedding In 2 Years. Planning Questions?

We are getting married in 2 years. My aunt had a year to plan her wedding and said that she didn’t have enough time so she advised me to start planning now. My fiance wants to take me to Disney world for our honeymoon because that is my favorite place in the world. To be able to afford Disney we are going to downsize our wedding. We wanted to do a small wedding with a cookout or something for a reception. My questions are:
1) what should I begin planning 2 years ahead?
2) how can I have a small cheap wedding without giving up my dreams of a princess wedding
and
3) how much do you think a honeymoon in Disney will be?

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I Need Some Ideas For Planning A Disney Masquerade Wedding. Any Suggestions?

My fiance and I are getting married in late August and have decided on a Disney masquerade themed wedding. We are going to Disney for our honeymoon and my fiance wants a masquerade themed wedding. I need some help with ideas and suggestions PLEASE.

Planning A Budget For Your Wedding Day

Recently, my sister got married. The day was absolutely incredible; many memories were made by all. But being the sister and the Maid of Honor, I saw many of the bumps in the road of creating the day that my sister had always dreamed of. Planning a wedding can be, and most likely, will be the most fun and the most frustrating experience you will ever have all wrapped up into one.
Weddings can get very expensive, very quickly. Although there are many ways to cut costs, it is important to figure out a budget prior to getting started so that things don’t spiral out of control and cause any unnecessary stress during the planning stages.
Make a list of EVERYTHING that you feel is important for your big day. This detailed list will feature everything from your dress, drinks at the reception, officiant and chapel fees, decorations, flowers, gifts, rings, catering… You get the point; all the ‘wedding bells’ and whistles should be included.
Sit down with everyone that is going to help you financially and review the list, i.e.: you and your fiance, your parents, his parents and any grandparents or friends of the family that may be contributing. (Please note: use your discretion when you decide whether or not to gather all of these people together at once to discuss finances, you know best if this could potentially cause any unnecessary arguments. If you need to, meet with them separately to keep the peace.)
Next to each item on the list mark who is responsible for each item, keeping in mind that they will probably have a limit to what they are able to give to you. It will help to make a separate page with a breakdown of each party, the amount that they can contribute, and below, a list of all of the things that they would like to offer to you and your fiance.
Now it’s time to start to make phone calls. I’m sure that if you are of the age to be married, you have a few places in mind where you’d like to hold your event. Call them and get some ideas of deposit requirements and balances they will require. Call florists, officiants, churches, photographers, and do a lot of research on the internet to find the best prices and make sure that you pay attention to feedback in chat rooms or forum pages. Friends that have been married and people that have had experience with wedding planning are great resources that may help you save money and find the people that will make your day memorable.
Once you have some ideas on prices you can plug in the balances to your sheet and get a better idea of what items you can keep and where you need to cut back. You may need your mother or a bridesmaid to help you with this because you might find it difficult to rate the importance of the things on your list. Just keep in mind that if you are married to the person that you wish to spend the rest of your life with at the end of the day, your mission has been accomplished, the rest is mere details.
At this point you can start to book dates and facilities, try on dresses, and meet with florists or photographers. Throughout your planning, refer to your budget constantly. This will help you stick to your plan and relieve some of the stress while planning your dream wedding. Most importantly, have fun, this is your day, enjoy it.

How To Have A Fairytale Wedding On A Sensible Budget

Congratulations! So now that you both have agreed to take the big step and get married – the excitement of a long and happy life together lays ahead for you both.
So now comes the fun of planning the wedding, the big day, the main event! The most important part of the planning is setting the budget. Did you know the average wedding costs $19,000? So you need to set your budget carefully and stuck to it. If you overrun, even a little, it could cost you thousands of dollars.
Set your budget very carefully – nobody wants to spend every last nickel they have on their wedding yet every couple dreams of the perfect wedding. Gone are the days of parents footing the bill for the wedding, in fact 4 out of 5 couples today pay for their own weddings. So that probably means you are
Fortunately there are many things you can do to have your dream wedding without breaking the bank. But be prepared for the hard sell! Every vendor out there just loves it when a newly engaged girl walks into their store – they start seeing the dollar signs! Make sure you shop around and get at least 3 quotes for each service – you will be surprised how much they vary.
Also do not be afraid to negotiate with the vendors. If you find a florist you just love but they are $1000 more expensive – then talk them. Maybe tell them you just adore their work but they are a little too expensive – ask them what they could do to make the price fit within your budget.
Additionally be very careful when telling any vendor the budget you have for their service. Somehow all the photographers will quote you $1500 when you tell them your budget is $1500! Ask them their price first. If they try to tell you they have many packages ask them what their most popular price point is. It also doesn’t hurt to let it slip that you will be visiting some of their competitors as well!
Finally don’t forget this is supposed to be FUN! Your wedding day WILL be wonderful, sure there will be some hiccups, but trust me, in the end it will go off wonderfully if you just apply a little planning and commonsense.
Enjoy your life together!

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