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SamRoc
02-10-2007, 01:03 PM
Have been thinking about renewing our vows in October for our 25th anniversary. I was wondering how many nights you have to stay in a room at WDW if you do a renewal there and also how many guests are allowed at an Intimate vow renewal at the Wedding pavillion. Thanks!

Gina Loves Disney
02-10-2007, 01:16 PM
From their site (pretty much the same as an Intimate Wedding)

Here's the link:

http://disneyweddings.go.com/site/vow/int/cer/pack_elements.jsp

I know it says wedding but it's not

Elegantly simple ceremonies on Monday through Fridays at 10:00 am, 12:00, 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm (except for Disney’s Wedding Pavilion, which is only available Monday through Thursday)
A fresh floral bouquet for the bride and a fresh flower boutonniere for the groom.
An elegant two tiered wedding cake with keepsake cake topper and one bottle of Fairy Tale Cuvee for your champagne toast.(Approximately 6 glasses per bottle)
A Violinist for your ceremony and reception.
A four (4) consecutive hour limousine charter for transportation on your wedding day for you and your guests.
A professional Disney Photographer to capture your ceremony and reception.
Up to two (2) hours of photography coverage which includes an album of twenty (20) images chosen by you. Along with the album Disney will also provide you with a contact sheet of all the images taken during your event.
Two half-hour telephone planning consultations with a Disney Wedding Coordinator prior to your wedding
A personalized wedding website.
Online planning kit
Additionally, you may choose to add special features to enhance your wedding celebration.

* Disney's Escape Weddings packages require a minimum of a four night stay at an owned and operated Walt Disney World Resort. For additional guests, up to 18 maximum additional elements are at an additional cost (note: some ceremony locations have a maximum occupancy of 10 guests.)

All prices and other terms are subject to change without notice. Ask about our rates, Resorts and dates available throughout the year. Ceremony locations are subject to availability. Advance reservations required and subject to availability.

SamRoc
02-10-2007, 01:27 PM
From their site (pretty much the same as an Intimate Wedding)

Here's the link:

http://disneyweddings.go.com/site/vow/int/cer/pack_elements.jsp

I know it says wedding but it's not

Elegantly simple ceremonies on Monday through Fridays at 10:00 am, 12:00, 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm (except for Disney’s Wedding Pavilion, which is only available Monday through Thursday)
A fresh floral bouquet for the bride and a fresh flower boutonniere for the groom.
An elegant two tiered wedding cake with keepsake cake topper and one bottle of Fairy Tale Cuvee for your champagne toast.(Approximately 6 glasses per bottle)
A Violinist for your ceremony and reception.
A four (4) consecutive hour limousine charter for transportation on your wedding day for you and your guests.
A professional Disney Photographer to capture your ceremony and reception.
Up to two (2) hours of photography coverage which includes an album of twenty (20) images chosen by you. Along with the album Disney will also provide you with a contact sheet of all the images taken during your event.
Two half-hour telephone planning consultations with a Disney Wedding Coordinator prior to your wedding
A personalized wedding website.
Online planning kit
Additionally, you may choose to add special features to enhance your wedding celebration.

* Disney's Escape Weddings packages require a minimum of a four night stay at an owned and operated Walt Disney World Resort. For additional guests, up to 18 maximum additional elements are at an additional cost (note: some ceremony locations have a maximum occupancy of 10 guests.)

All prices and other terms are subject to change without notice. Ask about our rates, Resorts and dates available throughout the year. Ceremony locations are subject to availability. Advance reservations required and subject to availability.


Thanks so much for all the great info!

Gina Loves Disney
02-10-2007, 01:31 PM
No prob!

SamRoc
02-11-2007, 12:49 PM
* Disney's Escape Weddings packages require a minimum of a four night stay at an owned and operated Walt Disney World Resort. For additional guests, up to 18 maximum additional elements are at an additional cost (note: some ceremony locations have a maximum occupancy of 10 guests.)



I checked out Disneys website but I still am a little confused! :confused3 Do all of the guests have to stay at the Disney resort for 4 nights or just the Bride and Groom? We have a house about 3 miles from the Magic Kingdom so it doesnt really make sense for everyone to stay there.

hiwaygal
02-11-2007, 12:57 PM
I checked out Disneys website but I still am a little confused! :confused3 Do all of the guests have to stay at the Disney resort for 4 nights or just the Bride and Groom? We have a house about 3 miles from the Magic Kingdom so it doesnt really make sense for everyone to stay there.

For the Intimate packages, only the bride and groom are required to stay the 4 night minimum.

karentan
02-11-2007, 01:10 PM
for a WP intimate ceremony, you can have the bride and groom plus up to 18 guests. the only extra $ you would have to pay is for extra drinks. (you get one bottle of bubbly, the cake is enough to feed about 30!!)

SamRoc
02-11-2007, 01:16 PM
For the Intimate packages, only the bride and groom are required to stay the 4 night minimum.

Thank you!

for a WP intimate ceremony, you can have the bride and groom plus up to 18 guests. the only extra $ you would have to pay is for extra drinks. (you get one bottle of bubbly, the cake is enough to feed about 30!!)

This sounds perfect! Thanks. For some reason I thought only 10 guests were allowed.

karentan
02-12-2007, 04:08 AM
at sunset point at the poly, you can only have 10 guests *** its not that big, but the rest of the locations can have 18