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Old 10-19-2011, 10:55 AM   #241
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I have a silly question!! My DF would like to have his bachelors party on the Tower of Terror early morning---any idea how he'd go about that? Just one ride in the park and that was it. Is it even possible?
HI dreamtheimpossible

I don't know if that would be possible. You could call and ask the FTW office if not you guys can always get a fantasia dessert party or world of color dinner with fast passes for tower of terror to get thru the line faster.

Good luck I hope it's possible let us know
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Old 10-25-2011, 08:50 PM   #242
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thanks for the help.

Does the Escape wedding offer an add-on reception? Or is it just the ceremony? Trying to make the decision between a wishes wedding or an escape one!
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Old 10-25-2011, 09:00 PM   #243
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thanks for the help.

Does the Escape wedding offer an add-on reception? Or is it just the ceremony? Trying to make the decision between a wishes wedding or an escape one!
If you are doing the wedding at Disneyland then the.escape wedding includes a 3 course meal for you your groom and 24 guests. No more than that. If you look at the Disney weddings website and pick California Disneyland they list the things you get for the inclusive price of $5,000.00 if you check out kipperoo's planning journal its the Disneyland escape for December 2011 she lists everything on there. If you want the wishes wedding look into mindyjoy's planning journal for some of the stuff you can get or her blog. Hope that helps, the two wonderful ladies I mentioned have really filled in the gaps I had when thinking about a wedding at the resort.
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Old 10-25-2011, 09:22 PM   #244
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Hey There! The Disneyland Escape package includes a ceremony and reception with a 3 course plated lunch, champagne (1 bottle) or Sparkling Apple Cider (2 bottles) for a toast, a two tier cake, Bridal Bouquet and Groom's Boutonniere, including all Service charges and tax for $5,000. For mine, I added enough champagne for everyone to have 2-3 glasses during lunch, plus a sound system for the reception, and mine is under $5500 inclusive for all of that. It doesn't include extra decor (centerpieces, extra floral for wedding party, or ceremony decorations (apart from chairs). It does include standard hotel chairs, tables in whatever configuration you'd like, linens, chargers, water, tea, coffee, a dance floor (depending on reception location), and an officiant for the ceremony.

Most add-ons are available for a price plus tax and service charge. It also doesn't include photography.
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Old 10-26-2011, 12:36 AM   #245
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Thank you so much. <3 I think I knew that at one point, but somehow I forgot?
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Old 10-26-2011, 08:11 PM   #246
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So Excited!

I'm excited to start reading these forums!
I just got engaged at Disneyland, 4 days ago, in the Dream Suite and then a celebration dinner at Club 33....
Now all I can think of is a Disneyland Wedding!
Any tips about what to bring to an appointment? I haven't made one yet but very close to doing so!

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Old 10-27-2011, 11:52 AM   #247
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I'm excited to start reading these forums!
I just got engaged at Disneyland, 4 days ago, in the Dream Suite and then a celebration dinner at Club 33....
Now all I can think of is a Disneyland Wedding!
Any tips about what to bring to an appointment? I haven't made one yet but very close to doing so!

hi Haute! Congrats on your engagement. Wow, the Dream Suite! I'm sure it will be an occasion to remember.

You don't really have to bring anything to your first appointment, which is a site visit. Maybe bring a pen and paper to take notes and a camera!

Also if you are on Facebook, join the Disneyland Brides group (just search "Disneyland Brides" in the search bar). We can try to answer any questions you have!

I also wrote a little blog post about my Disneyland planning so far; maybe it will help you! http://budgetfairytale.blogspot.com/...ing-click.html


Take care and happy planning!
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Old 10-27-2011, 08:15 PM   #248
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I try to add or find the Disneyland Brides group on fb and can not find it.
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Old 10-27-2011, 11:15 PM   #249
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I try to add or find the Disneyland Brides group on fb and can not find it.
Hi Ari, try this link: http://www.facebook.com/groups/212204085474034/
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Old 10-27-2011, 11:32 PM   #250
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I requested to join the group.

We're still stuck deciding between a Wishes wedding and an Escape. In July--depending on a work promotion!!!--we're going to send out mock save-the-dates to see how many people would be able to attend. If it's under the limit for the Escape, we'll just do that one.

Either way we're buying 1 day park tickets for our guests as their wedding gifts. But that's a surprise.
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Old 10-28-2011, 12:10 AM   #251
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Thanks mindy just sent the request.
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:31 PM   #252
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For the Escape wedding, does anyone know if the meal plan is chicken OR steak as a whole or whether the individual guest can choose between chicken and steak?
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:34 PM   #253
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It is a whole. You as the paying patron, choose which one to provide to the guests of your wedding. But from what I hear you can mix and match between the menu's
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:44 PM   #254
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Thank you. That's wonderful. I suppose I'd have to do a poll then to decide what everyone would be most comfortable eating. (I prefer chicken, my fiance prefers steak...but I'd eat steak before he'd eat chicken!)
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:48 PM   #255
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Your welcome, I would prefer steak and not chicken, and I'm truly not to fond of the salads they offer but I believe if you work with them they might be able to give you options. And about your fiance its worth making sure he is happy with the food since you will be happy with everything else
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