Enchanting Weddings Now Available After Dark at the Magic Kingdom

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Earlier this year Walt Disney World announced that guests could now be married in the park. The morning ceremonies would take place in front of Cinderella Castle in the east Plaza Garden, but during park operating hours. Disney Weddings has now revealed that you can get married after hours in the park as well.

The park is making available a horse-drawn carriage, which will carry you to Cinderella Castle forecourt or your wedding vows, then you and your guests can have a reception in Fantasyland with the beautiful Cinderella Castle as a backdrop.

As you can imagine, the price for an event like this starts at somewhere near, “If you have to ask you can’t afford it.” But it’s nice to dream right?

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What does your dream Disney wedding ceremony look like and where does it take place?

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3 thoughts on “Enchanting Weddings Now Available After Dark at the Magic Kingdom

  1. Disney Mike

    As someone who worked in the wedding planning business for over 20 years, I can honestly say that it is utterly ridiculous to spend huge amounts of money on a wedding. When my friends would ask me for advice about planning their wedding, I always told them to elope. Justice of the Peace ceremony, then have a party. No money should be spent on clothing, flowers, photography, videography, music, or any of that stuff. Pay for food for a party, and that’s it.

    Weddings are the #1 biggest waste of money a couple will ever experience. The amount of money spent on a Disney wedding is sickening. Sure, if you’re a millionaire and have plenty of extra cash lying around, it can be fun, but for a couple that has to make the choice of paying for a wedding or making a down payment on a house, don’t spend money on a wedding…

  2. Mike M.

    I’ve heard $40,000 for a FairyTale Wedding (probably minimum…) Even if you have it, there has to be a better way to spend that kind of money!

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