Monday, November 8, 2010

Disney is for Lovebirds: Honeymoons in Walt Disney World

When most people think honeymoons, they think somewhere nice, warm, and relaxing. Walt Disney World offers some amazing and never-to-be-forgotten adventures and memories. Walt Disney World is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations for couples. There is so much to do while on your honeymoon at Walt Disney World, and the amazing Disney cast members go out of their way to make your honeymoon extra special. A recent new feature at Disney World gives bridal couples the ability to register for a Disney honeymoon allowing your guests to contribute toward the cost of your honeymoon as their wedding gift to you! You also don’t have to be married through the Disney Fairytale Weddings program in order to register in the Disney Honeymoon registration.
The biggest thing to remember when you are on a Disney World honeymoon is to enjoy yourselves, and take time to pay attention to all the details that Disney puts into their product. One thing I recommend is to really take time and tour world showcase in Epcot. There is so much so see and do; enjoy yourselves and try new things. You won’t regret it. Here are some tips to making your Disney World honeymoon more enjoyable:The first thing to do when you arrive at Disney World and check in to your resort is ask for your “Just Married” buttons. Make sure you where them everywhere you go, because cast members really go out of their way to congratulate you. Take note: Disney throws in some hidden magic along the way! At every opportunity, let a Disney photographer take your picture. A Disney photo pass is free to everyone, and you’ll have lots of great photos to choose from when your honeymoon is over. Taking advantage of Disney’s photo pass is a great way to remember the memories from your honeymoon. What a great memory maker!
Couple's massages are a great relaxing time to spend with your spouse. Port Orleans-Riverside has romantic horse-drawn carriage rides that are amazing. If you honeymoon during a special event time, such as Flower and Garden Festival, or Food and Wine Festival, there are lots of extras offered, both free and ticketed. These are both great times to be in Disney World. If you are golfers, Disney World has a wide variety of championship golf courses, which allow you a break from the parks. Fireworks can be very romantic at Disney World; one of my favorite spots to watch Wishes is from a hammock on the beach at the Polynesian Resort. My final tip would be to make sure you take advantage of extra magic hours. To be able to use extra magic hours, you have to be a Disney resort guest.

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