Magical Moments Worth Sharing: It has been a complete dream and reality that I was able to be a part of a Disney Fairytale Wedding from the magical beginning to end. I was able to get the behind-the-scenes experience: planning the wedding ceremony and reception, choosing what type of music and how the music was produced, going into the kitchen of the Grand Floridian for a formal sit-down where a head chef prepared the food right in front of me and getting to taste every main dish, side and all the cakes. The wedding itself was in the Wedding Pavilion that has a straight view into Cinderella’s Castle, and we enjoyed a magical reception in the ballroom of the Grand Floridian. The next morning we were able to go into the Magic Kingdom before park hours to take stunning photos in front of Cinderella’s Castle, Beauty and the Beast Castle and other locations within the park -- access only available to Disney’s Fairytale Weddings. This was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience that any bride or groom who loves Disney as much as I do would look at as a destination to have their happily ever after.
How I Can Help You: I have gone to Disney World more times I can count on my fingers and toes, all at different times of the year that include: Christmas, Halloween, International Flower and Garden Festival, Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival (a personal favorite). Each time I go to Disney I want to add something on that I haven’t done, whether it’s the water parks, Early Morning Magic at Magic Kingdom, after hours at a select park, or just seeing a new ride or addition Disney has added like the recent Galaxy’s Edge. Having these experiences, I can help make sure your Disney vacation is one to remember and give you all of my own personal tips for when I travel to Disney. Did I mention I go at least once a year?
The Disney Character I Most Identify With: Rapunzel