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Welcome to the forum and congratulations!! You've come to the right place; here you can find all the info you need for a fun, smooth and successful planning!! Enjoy!!!

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Wow thanks for the awesome welcome :)

 

Planning so far has been pretty easy as our WDW coordinators basically does everything, which is great as we are also planning a ceremony/reception back home.

 

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Welcome to the forum! I absolutely LOVE Disney World! It's such an amazing place and I seriously would love to go back every 6 months if I could!

Where will your ceremony & reception take place?

We are hoping for Sunset point for our ceremony and California Grill for our reception & an Illuminations dessert party cruise as our after party.

 

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How fun! We love Disney World and Florida- we have been there many times. You must make reservations for breakfast at Cinderella's Castle one morning. It was the best food we had on the whole trip. (The princesses come around to each table and greet you.) Florida is a great destination! If you love animals, also check out Sea World while you are there. Let me know if you have any other questions! I'd be happy to help!

 

Katie

Dining at Cinderella's Castle is high on our wish list, but I have been told itâ€s really hard to get a reservation, is it best to try & make one before we get to WDW?

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Dining at Cinderella's Castle is high on our wish list, but I have been told itâ€s really hard to get a reservation, is it best to try & make one before we get to WDW?

Yes! Definitely call ahead to make a reservation, otherwise you can only get in if there has been a cancellation (which doesn't happen often). You can call up to 60 days in advance. I just told them the days we would be there and they told me what times were available. Have a great time!

Katie

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Congrats and welcome to the forum! A Disney World Wedding sounds like fun! You'll find lots of great ideas and sources to help with your wedding plans. Best of luck and please let any of us know how we can help.

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Welcome!! And Ooo Disney World... What a fun wedding!

 

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awesome location.. make sure to pick up minnie ears with the wedding vail on it!!
I agree! Even better if you can convince your fiance to wear the top-hat Mickey ears as well. wink.gif

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OMG how exciting!!! I wanted to get married there as well as I am a huge Mickey Mouse Fan lol. I have been to Disney more times then I can count and I LOVE It!! I have a lot of information on it and the in's and outs of Disney. If you want to send me your e-mail address I would be happy to send you all the info. Your going to LOVE It there!! Definetly check out Down Town Disney the nightlife is so much fun-there are lots of different clubs depending on what your looking for. The comedy club is so funny and a lot like "who's line is it anyways" (not sure if you guys get that program). Its very improv. There are tones of stuff for every age. Message me and I will get all the info together for you.

 

Happy Planning...I'm excited to hear all about your day in Disney!

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