"A dream really is a wish that your heart makes when you do your wedding with Disney"
Posted on 5/14/2012 by An Eventective User from Orlando, Florida
I went to a dear friends' wedding in Florida a few years ago. She chose to have a Disney wedding. At first, I thought that the idea of having a wedding in an amusement park was silly, but then my friend explained to me her reasoning. Children would not be bored, they would always have something to do.
Disney helped her stay within her budget guidelines, and still, it felt very magical to be there as a part of the process.
The wedding that my friend chose was a smaller wedding, with 40 guests. That was really nice, because there was an intimate feel to the whole thing. The night before the wedding, we all went to Epcot, where we were able to toast the bride and groom, and still have time to do things without the happy couple. One of the problems with destination weddings is that there is often not anything to do for the guests other than wait for the wedding to happen. At Disney, this is simply not the case. Of course, there are the rides. Amazingly, at Epcot, there are also so many different kinds of food. I chose to have a Moroccan dinner. It was well prepared, and the lady dancers were talented, their colorful costumes tastefully selected.
The day of the wedding, it was before sunset. After the wedding, we all had photos done with Mickey and Minnie. A very special experience. Even though I have been to Disney more times than I can count, but this time was different. If you want a wedding that all of your friends and family will talk about for years, do call a wedding consultant at Disney and see what your budget will allow to happen in making your dreams come true.
"Our Dream Come True"
Posted on 5/14/2012 by An Eventective User from Shreveport, La
We were married at Sunset Pointe in the Disney World Polynesian Resort. It was incredible! We wanted something small and intimate with just our closest family and friends present but we also wanted something that no one would ever forget. That's just what we got! Disney went above and beyond to make every single detail perfect and just what we wanted. We told staff what we wanted and they made it all happen. Everything from the flowers to the cake to the little name cards were just picture perfect. The staff made it completely hassle free and there was very little we had to worry about. When the time came for me to walk down the aisle, I was completely blown away by everything they had done and actually had tears running down my face because of it. The beauty of the resort, the efforts of the staff and the love in our hearts made our day magical and one we will certainly, never forget. If I had to choose all over again, I wouldn't change a thing!
Posted on 9/19/2011 by An Eventective User from Orlando, FL
The Walt Disney World Resort area is a great place to have a conference. I have attended three conferences at Walt Disney World and it seems like each conference is better than the previous conference. I was lucky enough on this last conference to experience MGM Studios privately with about 500 other people after the park had closed for the day. This was an incredible experience and capped off a fantastic day of informative meetings. We even got a private version of the Indiana Jones Show at the park.
Outside of the obvious benefits of attending a conference at Walt Disney World, there are some unexpected benefits as well. WDW makes excellent us of technology in all of their conference rooms and the rooms are always spacious and well maintained. Whether you have a conference for 10 people, or 1000 people, WDW will be able to provide excellent conference facilities. The last conference I attended at WDW was held specifically at the Boardwalk Hotel. This hotel particularly had a great atmosphere an ambiance.
So, when it comes to facilities and entertainment, WDW is second to none. However, the WDW resorts also provide incredible food services fit for a king. The snacks, meals, and drinks are absolutely fantastic. Each night we would have a buffet of various foods from around the world as well as a great selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. After each meal, the desserts were delicious and incredibly unique. I would recommend holding a conference at Walt Disney World Resorts to anyone.