The fairest wedding wish of all comes true as couples can now say their “I do’s” in the heart of Magic Kingdom Park with enchanting Cinderella-like weddings now offered at Walt Disney World Resort. For the first time ever, Magic Kingdom park goers may enjoy unforgettable glimpses of once-in-a lifetime celebrations as trumpeters herald a bride’s grand entrance aboard Cinderella’s glass coach or horse-drawn carriage, as ceremonies are staged after the park opens.

As part of the “Wishes Collection,” couples can now exchange vows in the enhanced East Plaza Garden offering up to 100 guests a picture-perfect view of Cinderella Castle. “Couples have been seeking a celebratory location showcasing the iconic Cinderella Castle,” said Korri McFann, Marketing Director for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to make those dreams a reality.”

The colorful floral and customized d├ęcor enhance the lush garden setting creating an elegant venue fit for a princess. And after the celebrated “I do,” guests are whisked off for reception festivities at a variety of locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort.

The team at Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons has helped to create and execute fantasy engagements, weddings and honeymoons for almost 25 years, delivering everything couples may dream about for an unforgettable event. Guests may choose from a variety of magical settings and destinations around the world, including theme parks, breathtaking beaches and grand ballrooms. This top-ranked wedding destination hosts more than 1,200 weddings yearly at Walt Disney World Resort.

Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings package collections start at $2,500, and custom experiences begin at $12,000. Premiere locations such as Magic Kingdom Park, with a completely customized ceremony and reception for 100 guests, start at $75,000.

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2 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

I really don't understand why people are flipping out about this. You could always get married in MK park since Disney Fairytale Weddings started. It used to be by the swan boat landing in the rose garden. Then it was ,over to the train station when hub construction began. Now they repackaged the ceremony option near the castle and put a huge price tag on it. Nothing really new here. At least now they still give you yhe option of getting married at the train station.

Also, you can get married at the other parks too. Epcot is the most popular because the ceremony venue is not as much as the MK and you have world showcase to yourself (almost - you know the occasional clean-up cast member, etc) and you are near the Boardwalk area which has many reception venues. Plus Epcot has several venues (most of the world showcase pavilions).

Anyways, the Disney Bride community is just amazed how people are so surprised by this when it really was always something available. Just hub construction is complete and they moved the swan boat landing ceremonies to this location and tacked on a new, outrageous price tag making it seem brand new!

Alex Daley said...

I agree that the outrage is a bit silly. I can't see how any of this would negatively affect a park guest in any way. Ceremonies are only held in the mornings. I can't imagine anyone arriving for rope drop just so they can hang out in the East Garden of the hub.

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