You Can Now Get Married At Disney World At Night And Make Your Dream Wedding A Reality

If you thought getting married at Disney World would be your dream come true, well, you now have to slightly reevaluate the way you always pictured your big day. Because the fact that you can now have your wedding in the theme park at night, umm, kind of changes everything.

That’s right, not only can you get married at the Magic Kingdom, you can also get married there at night and immediately host a candlelit reception afterwards, Hello Giggles points out. This newly created wedding package could really take your big day (er, night) to a whole new level!

You need to keep a couple of things in mind before you call and book your wedding date and time (without even talking to your fiancé, or even having a fiancé for that matter):

1. Your wedding would take place after the park closes its doors. The Magic Kingdom generally closes around 7 p.m.— so, we’re talking a late-night wedding (probably one that wouldn’t involve kids). If you’re up for that, well, that’s half the battle.

2. The other half— the budget. According to Hello Giggles, getting married under the stars at Disney will cost you a minimum of $180,000. Gulp!

Is that a small price to pay for the wedding you always dreamed of? Now THAT I will have to leave up to you.

According to the Disney Weddings website, “The Magic Kingdom After Hours Experience is an exclusive, highly customizable ceremony and reception in a setting unlike any other. It’s the ultimate fairy tale!” And that really seems to be true!

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Just picture saying your vows in front of the Cinderella Castle. That’s one way to feel like a princess on your wedding day! Once you’ve got that, all you’ll need is the glass slipper to complete the fantasy.

Staying up late to enjoy this special package offer’s not sounding so bad, is it? As long as you’re married by the time the clock strikes midnight, of course, you modern day Cinderella, you!

And if you’re a Disney fanatic with a more, well, reasonable budget, you could always just stick with these Disney-themed guest tables at your reception.

[h/t: Hello Giggles]

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