After the excitement of the proposal winds down and the celebratory confetti has settled, you and your bride or husband-to-be may be at the point where you’re ready to decide on the best place for your wedding.
You’re a huge WDW fan, and you know you want to memorialize your day with a Disney wedding; however, you just don’t know if you can afford it. Or perhaps finances are not an issue, but you want to have a small and intimate affair. Or maybe you can’t even consider a diminutive event, so you are ready to go all out and get married with a grand boom! No matter the way, WDW has three different wedding packages for you to choose from. They are perfect for all budgets and styles. From an intimate gathering to a gala event, it’s up to you to decide.
The kids have been tucked in. Books have been read and the nightlight is secured in your bathroom at Old Key West “just in case”. Grandma has offered to stay with the kids for a bit and tells you and your significant other to go have a night on the town.
What better town than Disney?
Last week we talked a bit about my love affair with Boardwalk Villas so this post will just continue that love. Because one of the best spots adults can enjoy while at Disney is the Boardwalk itself!
The last few days have been spent gathering my thoughts. I have acquired three WDW vacation packages that meet our needs, but it is yet to be decided whether they meet our budget. Joel will be the one to deliver the verdict on that. Since his lack-lustre mentality in regard to Disney does not incline him to favor “border-line” budget breakers, I am a bit fretful.
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