SAY I DO…ALL OVER AGAIN

Karen C. (NDM#224) (22 Posts)

Karen was born in Massachusetts and primarily grew up there with a few pit stops along the way. Her first trip to Walt Disney World did not occur until she was 14 years old when she went with her family to the Polynesian Resort. It was not until years later when she returned with her children and husband (for their first trip) that the real obsession began. Returning to the lobby of the Polynesian brought back all the memories she had forgotten, and ignited a Disney passion in her family's life. Karen currently guest blogs for The Disney Driven Life as their wedding expert and is co-founder of her blog, The Best Friends Guide To.


Last August I celebrated my 11th wedding anniversary. It went without much fanfare, a date night out with my husband then back home to the kids. The year before we did have a big celebration for the 10 year mark, which of course got me thinking, “What will I do for 15 years…or 20 for that matter?”

Naturally, being a Disney fan this may be just the avenue I pursue. How about a vow renewal at WDW for you, your spouse, and your family? It’s more popular than you think with everyone from the recently married to those celebrating 50 years . Escape Wedding Collection vow renewals for two (from $4,500) include an on-site wedding coordinator; choice of fresh-flower bouquet for the bride and boutonniere for the groom; violinist for ceremony and cake-cutting; elegant two-tier wedding cake and champagne toast; and four-hour limousine charter for transportation to and from the wedding ceremony and the reception from a Walt Disney World hotel. Nuptial locations include Sea Breeze Point at Disney’s BoardWalk, the wedding gazebo at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Sunrise Terrace at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, or Disney’s Wedding Pavilion.

Escape Wedding Collection vow renewals require a minimum of four nights at a Walt Disney World owned-and-operated hotel.

Contributed by Karen (NDM #224). Karen is our resident Disney Wedding’s expert and co-creator of The Best Friends Guide To . . .

Karen C. (NDM#224)

Karen was born in Massachusetts and primarily grew up there with a few pit stops along the way. Her first trip to Walt Disney World did not occur until she was 14 years old when she went with her family to the Polynesian Resort. It was not until years later when she returned with her children and husband (for their first trip) that the real obsession began. Returning to the lobby of the Polynesian brought back all the memories she had forgotten, and ignited a Disney passion in her family's life. Karen currently guest blogs for The Disney Driven Life as their wedding expert and is co-founder of her blog, The Best Friends Guide To.

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