It seems as though (for at least a lot of people), a Disney setting is their dream choice for where they’d like a milestone in their romantic life to happen. It could be a marriage proposal, their wedding itself, vow renewals, or their honeymoon. Disney offers so many opportunities to make these milestones happen that young couples or newlyweds can have a great vacation with plenty of romantic touches. And with Disney’s Limited Time Magic kicking off in 2013, if you’re traveling around Valentine’s Day, both you and your significant other might get to have a little romance bestowed upon you!
During my time working at Disney, I witnessed many a marriage proposal. Cinderella’s Castle is obviously a great spot for this, but it can easily be done at an amazing restaurant at a table with a view. A friend of mine from high school got engaged during “Wishes” as she and her now-husband watched from right in front of the castle. Disney also offers its Fairytale Wedding services, where Disney brides and grooms can work with their own planner to help put together the happiest day of their lives at the happiest place on earth. Your wedding can be held at Disney’s Wedding Pavilion, or even at various locations around Walt Disney World (I have read trip reports from some couples who have had their wedding at the Morocco Pavilion at Epcot). Throw in the possibility of having Cinderella’s carriage bring the bride to the wedding and even visits from your favorite Disney characters, and you’re assured an amazing experiences (I think I use the words “amazing” and “experience” a lot on this blog, don’t I? ).
With a little creativity and planning, you can easily add that romantic touch to your Walt Disney World vacation!
Mariah C Hello! My name is Mariah and I could be considered a certified Disney addict. I fell in love with “Dumbo” when I was 3 years old and it was all downhill from there. I was lucky enough to go on two trips in my child and teenage years (still remember waiting forever in line with my dad to ride Dumbo). Then, in 2003, I was lucky enough to be accepted into the Walt Disney World College Program as an Attractions Cast Member, so I spent one semester of college working at Ellen’s Energy Adventure at Epcot (and yes, I can still recite most all of the dialogue). I then went back in 2006 as a Professional Intern in Guest Relations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and stayed on as a seasonal CM until 2010 when I went back to graduate school. So now here I am, excited to be a part of the Disney Planning Blog and helping to keep that bit of Disney alive in my life.