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Disney Details on Your Wedding Day…Pt 2

There’s no doubt that your wedding is the most magical day ever, but there’s no better way to make that day extra special than by adding some Disney pixie dust to it! Below, our listeners and readers share Disney details from their wedding days…

Kathy R. writes:

“My husband and I used Disney attractions names as our table names! The head table was Cinderella Castle and kid’s table was ‘it’s a small world!’


Heather L. writes:

“My wife and I got married in June and added many Disney touches to our wedding. I walked down the aisle to A Dream is a Wish (Your Heart Makes). We also proceeded out to When You Wish Upon a Star (we got engaged during Wishes). We used the movie “Up” for inspiration. We had an “Up” cake. Made favors to look like the house and balloons, our card box was a mailbox with our names and handprints. We also took wedding photos with balloons like up. My wife surprised me at the end with a Cinderella carriage out of the reception wearing our bride mickey ears.”


Ed P. writes:

“March 21, 2013,  we got engaged in her childhood town library in VT. I designed her ring myself (the rose from the west wing). We then carried little hints of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast into our wedding…It was a beautiful day September 14, 2013. We then took our love straight down to Walt Disney World to experience the magic and the brand new Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland



Katlyn R. writes:

“This is how we added some Disney magic to our special day:

*Our color scheme was classic Mickey Mouse (black, red and a touch of yellow).
*Within my bouquet, I had “Mr and Mrs” pins from Disney.
*Our Dollar Dance music selection was classic Disney love songs (and our first Dance was “All for Love” from the Three Musketeers, so also Disney)
* Our cake had a Mickey and Minnie topper
* Our card holder was an Up-inspired mailbox
* Our tables were Disney couples

We also had small Disney coloring books on all the tables, we walked into the reception wearing bride and groom ears, and some other fun details. While it sounds like a lot of Disney, it was done in a way that didn’t overwhelm our guests.”


Phil W. writes:

“I had Mickey cufflinks which were a nice surprise from my wife as a Disney fanatic. Gave me my own hidden Mickey that was classy and subtle.”

Phil Wiese


(Photos are the exclusive property of the individual corresponding submitters: Kathy R., Heather L., Ed P., Katlyn R. and Phil W.)


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Disney Details on Your Wedding Day…Pt 1


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