Does Disney like wedding? Apparently, yes.
Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) has recently revealed the Magic Kingdom Park After-Hours wedding package at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
With the new offering, couples can now have an enchanted, Disney-like wedding at one of the most magical places in the world. For a night, couples can live their fairytale dreams of being princes and princesses.
Couples who avail of the Magic Kingdom Park After-Hours wedding package can have an exclusive night wedding ceremony and reception in front of the Cinderella Castle once the theme park is closed. A maximum of 300 guests can be accommodated in the venue. The entire package with bare amenities and inclusions can cost roughly $180,000.
Brides can also avail of a ride in Cinderella’s Coach down the Main Street. Point being, like any wedding package, clients can personalize the event.
Those who are interested to say their “I do’s” and exchange marital vows with their life partners can contact the Walt Disney World Resort or visit the official website of Magic Kingdom Park After-Hours for reservations and arrangements.
Dreams Do Come True
In other wedding-related news, Disney is having a year-long celebration of its 25 years in the wedding industry with Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons.
In line with this, the company is introducing sophisticated anniversary collection wedding gowns inspired by Disney princesses such as Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Elsa, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, and Tiana. This wedding dress collection has been curated in collaboration with Alfred Angelo, a well-known wedding dress designer.
“As we celebrate 25 years of love, magic and happily ever after, we wanted to craft new offerings that would help make this our most enchanted year to date,” emphasized Korri McFann, Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons Marketing Director.
Most of these new wedding gowns, which start at $1,295 each, will be available this fall while reservation dates for a Disney-like wedding at the Walt Disney World Resort will begin in January.
On Wednesday, Disney has closed at $91.41, down by 0.49%.
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