Disney Dream Wedding
DREAM TEAM WEDDING FEB 14, 2007
Disney's Fairytale Weddings and BRIDES Magazine have created a dream weding for lucky couple John Kinney and Julie Parson.
On February 14, 2007 Magic Kingdom Park welcomes a variets of media and celebrity Guest talent for the most amazing wedding giveaway that the wedding industry has ever seen! The wedding ceremony will take place on Cinderella Castle Stage.
Day guests will have the opportunity to view the wedding processional on Main Street U.S.A. and the wedding ceremony in front of Cinderella Castle. Entertainment Tonight and Food Network will film the wedding.
9am - Day Guests to line up at Cinderella Castle
9:30am - Guests of the bride and groom arrive in Park 1 and are escorted to the Castle Forecourt for seating.
9:50am - The world's largest processional makes its way up Main Street U.S.A.
9:55am - The Wedding Ceremony begins on the Castle Stage
10:40am - The Wedding Ceremony ends and Guests exit Park 1
7:30pm - Pre-Reception in Plaza Landing with Wishes viewing.
8pm - Wishes Fireworks
8:20pm - Guests are escorted to dinner in tented Rose Garden.
9:50pm - Guests are escorted to the Castle Forecourt for wedding cake, dessert lounge and a band.
11:50pm - Guests are moved to CastleHub for customized kiss goodnight.
12am - Guests exit through Park 1. Bride and groom are escourted to Cinderella Castle Suite. Exclusive Dream Wedding Doll will be available at the Emporium.
Okay... I entered that contest. Apparently I lost.
Now I'm jealous AND bitter because they get a night in Cinderella's castle.
That's it. I'm writing to Oprah.
Okay, I've seen weddings without the "world's largest processional" take longer than 5 minutes to get down the 75' aisle of a church. 5 minutes to get it all the way up Main Street? What are they going to do? Jog?
Originally Posted by MickeyWill
and to have to wait twelve hours from ceremony time to cake time? :inquis: And since the reception is in the Magic Kingdom, doesn't that mean no champagne or alcohol???
Sorry, just trying to make Jeanne feel better! :grouphug: Sounds like an incredible day!
:lol: Thanks Pat! I'm actually going to MK tomorrow afternoon, so I should avoid most of it luckily.
Originally Posted by disneydame2004
And I've noticed Disney Weddings enjoy having time gaps between the Ceremony and Cake Time. If I get married in the morning like I'm hoping I can either have cake time at lunch or I can have it at Dinner... which would be about 8 hours later!