Saying "I do" Disney Style

In honor of my family vacation to Disney World this week, I wanted to share information on how to get married at Disney! Here is the skinny on your options for having the most magical wedding!



There's no shortage of Disney venues to satisfy whatever your wedding wishes are, after all, Disney is the place where dreams come true. From Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida cross-country to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, cross-the-ocean on Disney Cruise Lines, and beyond, there is a perfect place for you. 



Fancy a ceremony fit for a princess? You can have it all during the after hours at Disney's Magic Kingdom. Couples like Eric and Ruby find all the magic they need in the glow of Cinderella's Castle, and there's no need to end the fun by midnight. Stay up light partying the night away with all of your friends and family as your the only ones enjoying the park past closing hours. 



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If you're looking to travel the world on your wedding day, but don't want to break the bank, try Disney's Epcot. Brides like Nicole here can have their ceremony in one country and walk to another for the reception. This means less hassle and traveling all while exploring the world together. 



If you do have inspiration to actually travel for a destination wedding, Disney's got it covered. Disney Aulani is the tropical wedding of your dreams on Ko' Olina, Hawaii. Couples like Margaret and Brad kept things light and breezy, and so romantic. 



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Catch some waves with Disney Cruise Line to celebrate your nuptials. Couples like Carolina and Isaiah want adventure in the great wide somewhere, and Disney delivers. Setting sail to Disney's own island Castaway Cay (or to Europe, Alaska, or Mexico) you can find all that you could want like a ceremony in the sand and a reception in a ballroom. 



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Disney is famous for their characters, most notably Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Characters like Mickey and Minnie, and Goofy, Donald, and the rest of the gang and join in on the endless fun of your wedding, whether in physical form or by decoration or music. 



Huge Disney fans, like me, flock to Disney World every year. But even those fans who cannot make it to the House of Mouse can still join in on the Disney fun. Cakes like this, of Prince Eric and Ariel from The Little Mermaid really show how much dedication people have to love and their love of Disney. 



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Another super cute way to incorporate all things Disney into your wedding is to go Disney-chic in decor. This Beauty and the Beast themed table set-up is classic, elegant, and perfect for the Disney-lover who wants to fall in love all over again. 


So if you and your soulmate bonded over Disney, you loved the movies growing up, or you get that kid-like excitement on every ride still (even as a grown-up), then it's your lucky day that DisneyWeddings offer so many varied locations, themes, and dates for whatever your heart desires. Go ahead and book yours today, it only takes faith, trust, and a little pit of pixie dust (that sparkles, of course!).


the sparkler