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tink29
01-25-2002, 03:09 PM
This May will be our 11th Anniversary. Been together for 13!! I wanted to do something special last year for out 10th, but we just couldn't get around to it. This April we will be in WDW. Do they offer anything to people who want to re-new vows?? And I'm looking at not spending much. My kids will stand-up for DH and I. So, I want something quiet.....personal....and not exspensive. Any ideas or info. is greatly appreciated!!!

Janet2k
01-27-2002, 03:28 AM
Tink29, yes, Disney does offer vow renewals at both WDW and Disneyland (probably also overseas). The link to the Fairy Tale Weddings website for WDW vow renewals is this: http://disney.go.com/vacations/disneyweddings/vows/index.html
And the one for Disneyland weddings is this: http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disneylandresort/ResortInfo/FairyTaleWeddings/index

CrzyforPiglet
02-01-2002, 08:32 AM
Thanks for the info Janet - I was also thinking about renewing our vows at WDW but I was wondering if you could renew your vows without getting the whole package. We've already reserved a room and bought our passes and if it is just the two of us I really don't think we need a violinist. Do you know?

Thanks!

tink29
02-01-2002, 10:09 AM
Thanks for the information Janet2k!!

CrzyForPiglet.....I have called MANY numbers for the WDW Fantasy weddings. I called everyone that WDW gave me a number too!! I even called at our resort . All Vow re-newal packages are "what you see, is what you get". There are no substitutions, at least that's what I was told. At the resort we are staying at , I was sent an e-mail of listed prices. For what we would want...........Bouquet for me, Boutinere for DH, arch with flowers, a minister ( or whichever you choose ), cake for 10, champagne for 6, services performed on the terrace or garden, ......$1,950!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's all that is included!!! That seems like alot of money to me. Now I'm going to look into what is available around the area, or maybe just do something simple here at home.

CrzyforPiglet
02-01-2002, 04:36 PM
NO thank you!! I've decided to take a different route and go through gifts of a lifetime to see what kind of special events they might be able to come up with. I can't imagine paying $2,000 on top of everything else.

Thanks for the info and good luck!

Foz
02-06-2002, 05:19 PM
Hi CrzyforPiglet
Do you think you may be able to post what Gifts Of A Lifetime may be able to provide as we are also interested in renewing our vows for our 10th Anniversary and are planning to be in Disneyworld for that time.

Thanks.

crazyme5kids
02-10-2002, 08:51 AM
I don't know if this will help, but I learned from another site that the Garden Grill in Epcot does or once did something called a re-hitching ceromony. Apparently your server acts as the minister and mickey and minnie are best man and maid of honor. I booked PS at the end of March and requested this. The woman didn't have a clue what I was talking about, but did say she would note it in our reservation. It isn't the most romantic of re-newals, but I am just going to Disney for fun, so I figured why not! It certainly is much cheaper (just the cost of your meal. I think they give you a certificate as well.

Purrrrfecta
02-10-2002, 08:59 AM
tink29,

Are you staying at the Swan or Dolphin by any chance? That is their fee. It is a bit much, but you are paying for the location.

Disney vow renwals cost about 3800, but you get 4 nights a the WL, passes, and all the other stuff.

It is really expensive.

I am trying to find lower rates for a wedding. I will let you know what I come up with.
You might want to try Wyndham resort located at downtown disney. They have packages as well.

Janet2k
02-16-2002, 03:12 AM
Here is the link to the Swan/Dolphin wedding page: http://www.swandolphin.com/weddings/weddings.html

I have read that they do wonderful things for reasonable prices. Give them a call to see if they have something that will suit your needs and budget.