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Old 07-28-2013, 06:32 PM   #376
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Congratulations! You're finally married! I hope your day was everything you hoped it would be and worked so hard for. Enjoy your honeymoon!
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Congratulations!!! I hope everything went perfectly and that you have an amazing honeymoon! Can't wait to see pics!
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Thank you everyone so much for your comments and well wishes!

We had a perfect wedding day and an amazing honeymoon adventure. We have our wedding photo website back, 6000 trip photos that we took and I've got a whole notebook of notes! I am hoping to start up that trip report very shortly, because I can't wait to relive it all again too!

Thank you once again everyone!
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Welcome home! I am so happy to hear that everything was perfect, and I cannot wait to read all about your adventures!
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Yay!! I can't wait to read about everything!! The couple of pics I saw on Facebook were great and looked like you had a beautiful day!
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Wow! I'm new to your story, and only found it by accident but it's absolutely amazing. Congratulations, you two!

I look forward to ready your TR for the wedding and your honeymoon!
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I want to start off by saying that, all told, our pre-wedding, wedding and honeymoon trip was an extravagant 23 days in total. I am going to do my best not to bore everyone, but to also go into the best possible detail I can manage, especially about the wedding and the really cool places we went. My ultimate goal is make my trip report and photos into a huge coffee table album, that I can read and remember for years and years and years.

Now that DF aka Bryan - I'll have to get used to writing DH now! - can actually read my PJ without risk of it spoiling anything, he's insisting on helping to write a few things too. And so much the better because this is going to take a lot of writing! On the other hand, we get to relive our memories again.

So, without further delay, the TR:

Day One
Thursday, July 18, 2013
In Which the Wedding Party Travels to Disney World; I Learn Quickly I Have to be a Leader; And I Get My Biggest Surprise of the Trip


First days are tough. You need to establish a mood, a culture that will define each day of the trip for the rest of the trip. Everything was carefully packed away the night before, except for my mother's fear of flying. Or so I thought. My dad made our lives a nightmare the morning of our departure by not actually being finished packing and also losing his luggage lock about ten minutes before the airport towncar driver was scheduled to pick us up. DF was at his parents' house, being transported to the airport by his dad along with the BM, Ryan. Forced already to put my leadership of this trip to the test, I sacrificed my second luggage lock in order to just get out of the door on time!

As I was heading out the door I got a call from one of my MOHs, Vanessa, that she was already at the airport. Yay! She was about an hour earlier than our scheduled meeting time, but with big groups, punctuality in the extreme is never a bad thing! There was a little rush-hour traffic, but we left early enough that it didn't really affect our timing at all.

We--that is my parents and I--were second to arrive at the airport, and I immediately called Vanessa over to our meeting place near the Canada to USA check-in gate. She was all ready to go with luggage tags, boarding passes and the works. Next, Bryan and Ryan arrived, and introductions were made between the BM and my parents. We'd all be getting to know each other pretty well over the next few days, I think. Lastly my second MOH, Ashley, arrived. She was a little behind schedule, probably because of the aforementioned traffic, but we were all in good shape! Next on the checklist: custom cards, bag check and customs. At our local airport you actually go through US border control before leaving Canada, which is a great timesaver when you arrive in Orlando! And for the first time ever, there was zero line-up at customs. If you're lucky, the line is at least 30 minutes, usually longer than that. But there was no one, it was a total walk-through. So, Thursday mornings: a good day to travel.

I should probably mention that my MOHs and I got a couple buttons to wear for the first part of the trip, mine said "Bride" and theirs said "Maid of Honour." (They'll start popping up in photos shortly!) Getting these buttons were possibly one of the greatest decisions we made for this trip as you'll hear about later! Anyway, as we dropped off our bags the button recognition began. The man lifting bags into the conveyor belt - and I kid you not - began singing to us! He was most definitely native to the Caribbean, so his song was like a calypso rap of marriage advice. "Love is 50-50 not 60-40.... Love is great, and you have to work on it..." And so forth. It was pretty cute! But he also would not stop singing... I was starting to get embarrassed because a line of people trying to drop off their bags was forming behind us. Eventually we pried ourselves away, but he continued singing! All the security members offered me marriage advice, including a customs agent whose advice was to not go through with it at all. (I made DF go through first in case they wanted to take a look inside my dress bag, so he would be far away from it).



Beyond security, our group headed for our departure gate and then split. Half went for food, and half of us stayed behind to save the seats and mind our bags. Too hyped up and excited, I had skipped breakfast at home. Many of our party opted for fries for breakfast, (our flight was at 10:20am for anyone keeping track) but I grabbed a banana bread. Unfortunately, it was actually lemon poppyseed... I'm not a huge fan of lemon-flavoured baked goods.


Vanessa and I


Ryan and Vanessa

Back at the gate, I gave my girls their bridal party info brochures, and I think they went over pretty well! It's always exciting to have that kind of thing, I think. Hey, I'd want one!


Ashley looking really surprised by my brochure, I think

Plane's arrived! Time for boarding!



I went over to the desk to ask about hanging my bridal gown in the plane's closet, and needing extra assistance. They offered to let me pre-board to take care of it! Yay! We haven't had the greatest customer service experience with Air Canada in the past, but on this day they were great, when it really counted. I went on with just the MOHs, because my mom was really trying to delay the inevitable. We hung up the gown in the closet, and one of MOHs had her dress on a hanger which they let us hang up in there too. It wasn't a full height closet, so the dress did have to be left on the floor a little bit, but the closet was so much better than the overhead bin that this concession hardly mattered.

Selfies!





Not too long after that, Vanessa realized her camera had gone missing! She exited the plane to search the gate and bathroom, and I looked through our stuff and our seats on board. Again, lucky that we pre-boarded because she made it back before the last person had even been boarded. They made an announcement on the plane and she texted her mom to call the airport lost and found... unfortunately despite our efforts we were later told the thing was gone, probably stolen. I felt pretty upset for her, to be starting the trip off on a down note, but she remained in good spirits and was reassuring me that I shouldn't worry about it and she needed a new one anyway. It was nice of her to say.

Two-and-a-half hours later we arrive in Orlando. We were all weeping with happiness, maybe some of us literally. We trotted over to Magical Express (and I begin using the word "trot") and wait in line. I've never waited in line for Magical Express, usually we just walk-on to a bus already in the station. But we waited a good while for a bus to show.



Soon enough we were on our way!









And then we were catching our first glimpse of the Boardwalk, being "welcomed home", and settling into our home for the next few days. Our guests were very impressed with the details in the lobby. Also, since our last visit in March, cast members with iPads in hand have begun meeting guests outside the hotel to begin the check in process, probably to take some heat off the front desk.







Both DF's room and my room were on the villa side of the Boardwalk, on the first floor (aka one floor down from the lobby), but down the hall from each other. When I added my request to the reservation, I asked from rooms close to transportation. What I really wanted was a room close to the lobby, unfortunately at the Boardwalk these are two very different things. We actually were close to the bus transportation if we were willing to tramp across the lawn from our first floor patio. This is not what I had in mind to be doing in my wedding dress on the wedding day. So, note to future Boardwalk visitors: close to transportation and close to lobby are mutually exclusive.

We took a quick walking tour of our two-bedroom villa, not too shabby!

The one bedroom side (aka the parents' room):



My mother in the master bathroom. More bathrooms should have optional shutter doors that open directly into the bedroom...

The kitchen/living space:






The famous teacup lamp that inspired my meet and greet. I'm not going to lie, I was surprised this wasn't nailed to the table.

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The studio side (aka the girls' room):



Bags dumped unceremoniously, we headed out 15 minutes later to Downtown Disney to get lunch and start our Disney adventure. It's difficult to vacation in a large group, even in Disney World. We were lucky that most of the group was open to our plans most of the time. Still, with so many Disney neophytes in our group, it was taxing to be travel agent, concierge, tour guide and bride. This was my first taste however of navigating the group, trying to keep things in a timely order and satisfying everyone's desires to see what they wanted to see. What I wanted to see and do was mostly put on the back burner this trip as I did my best to show everyone what we love about Disney at my own expense. In the long run, it was more than worth it. On the first day it was extremely stressful and frustrating.

I started out by doing my best to steer everyone as quickly as possible towards Earl of Sandwich for a late lunch/early dinner. Lunch choice was an executive decision made by me for the convenience, food choices and prices. I had the chipotle chicken avocado--delicious. DF ordered an original roast beef and the mac 'n' cheese, and I snuck a bite. It was a little bland.



After lunch we did the shopping thing. Pin traders, World of Disney (I think my mom didn't even go in because she was scared of getting lost), TrenD, the Christmas Store and the Art of Disney. DF and I could probably do all these stores in an hour, maybe two tops. It took us straight into the evening and I had to practically drag everyone away to get back to the resort because we had wedding errands to take care of that night! But hey, it was fun watching my friends go crazy!




My parents. I have to savour the moments I can get photos of my mom, she will avoid the camera at all costs.


Quintessential hat shot!






As a side note, all I really wanted to get at WDW in terms of souvenir was a Just Married Christmas ornament. At the time (mostly because of the huge group) we didn't get the ornament. Little did I know this was the only place we found that actually had that ornament, and we had no time in our schedule to get back to DTD while at WDW.



The skies opened up as we boarded the bus back to the hotel and gave us our first taste of the unpredictable weather that was to become a recurring theme throughout the trip. We'd been able to set our watches to the mid-afternoon thunderstorms on previous Disney World trips, but past experience was not an accurate predictor of future events on this trip. All bets were off, and it rained in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening and late at night. The only constant was rain. On this first day, it was the late afternoon, and it made for a long, soggy ride back to the Boardwalk.

Can I rant about one of my biggest pet peeves about Disney World? The bus ride between Downtown Disney and the Boardwalk. This thing takes a solid hour. It's a compelling reason not to book it as your home resort. A lot of our guests who weren't interested in the theme parks had to make stops at Blizzard Beach, Swan, Dolphin, Beach Club, Yacht Club before reaching the Boardwalk. Sure, you can get off at the Swan and walk to the Boardwalk, but how can you explain that to someone who's never been to WDW before?

We finally made it back, ages later. The sudden monsoon forced us to stay on the bus for the entire ride, although I would have otherwise forced everyone off the bus at the Swan/Dolphin.



First thing, DF and I had to head back up the concierge and find the package of welcome bag items I'd shipped ahead of time. When we got up there it was in time to find out that the business center was closed. And then we found out that despite all the info I plastered all over the box, there was no record of a box being tied to my reservation. I insisted to her that the package had been sent over via UPS and their tracking information had indicated that it had arrived and been accepted.

Anyway I don't know if it was because of our buttons (my bride button), or what, but the woman told us to wait while she tried to find someone who could go get it for us. We waited around for about ten minutes, barely able to focus on the magician performing nearby, when a man appeared with our box. Bad news, $10 delivery charge. Good news, we had it and things could still go to plan! Well, almost. While we waited to hear news about our box we also asked the concierge about getting photopass cards for the welcome bags. There was apparently no photopass desk in the Boardwalk as I'd hoped, and the woman was kept saying "you get them at photopass", but when I asked where exactly is photopass she just answered with the same statement. She also was very adamant that there could be absolutely no possible reason why we would need to get the cards for our guests. Tired and stressed, we left it at that. DF and I briefly discussed the possibility of me running into Epcot to get the cards (I was the only one who could do it, because of my annual pass), but it was late and the lack of sleep I was getting was really catching up.

We went back to our room, feeling somewhat deflated, to find the group had split again. Half went in search of rations, while the rest stayed and helped me take care of our welcome bags. I'm glad that everyone saw how fast I was failing, and really started taking charge of all the projects that needed to be completed that night. Welcome bags were stuffed, unfortunately I was really the only one who knew what went in them, so there were a couple of moments of -- oops, you need to put these in there too! I went through packing the box of items from Franck's and assembling the favours (i.e. putting the pins on the thank you cards).

Dinner involved Red Robin frozen pizzas, and lots of drinking. I think we all needed to let off a bit of steam after a stressful day of travel, (and welcome bag annoyances) and it was helpful to get that out of our systems. The one downside: dishes!



I snuck into the other room wrap up the gifts for the girls. I'm embarrassed to say how generous I was with the gifts from the MOHs. I gave them a Cinderella compact (from the Cinderella Sephora collection; I'd been hoarding these under my bed for a looooong time), a day pass to Islands of Adventure for my "Bachelorette party" and a day pass to Disney World to cover the rehearsal/rehearsal dinner day. We all hugged and cried, I think.

I'm not sure how it came up, maybe I had a list of items for the welcome bags, but it came up that I hadn't asked for the I'm Celebrating buttons. The photopass thing had really weakened my resolve, let's just say. So the bridal party insisted if I wanted them they would go up and wouldn't come back until they found the buttons. I said, forget it, it's fine. They understood this to mean I really wanted them. So they left me and went on the hunt, while I helped DF carry all the welcome bags and the box of wedding stuff back to his room for him to drop it off the next day. After this brief moment alone I returned to my room to find the bridal party returned with a bag of I'm Celebrating buttons, handfuls of candy and two Just Married buttons. I wish someone had had a camera to take a photo of my face when they pulled those suckers out. None of them knew how hard these are to get, none of them knew they existed, and yet here they returned with two of them... I was so flabbergasted. I still am, frankly. It was just the touch of Disney magic I needed right at that moment when everything was getting stressful. And a happy end to a long first day.
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Bags dumped unceremoniously, we headed out 15 minutes later to Downtown Disney to get lunch and start our Disney adventure. It's difficult to vacation in a large group, even in Disney World. We were lucky that most of the group was open to our plans most of the time. Still, with so many Disney neophytes in our group, it was taxing to be travel agent, concierge, tour guide and bride. This was my first taste however of navigating the group, trying to keep things in a timely order and satisfying everyone's desires to see what they wanted to see. What I wanted to see and do was mostly put on the back burner this trip as I did my best to show everyone what we love about Disney at my own expense. In the long run, it was more than worth it. On the first day it was extremely stressful and frustrating.

I started out by doing my best to steer everyone as quickly as possible towards Earl of Sandwich for a late lunch/early dinner. Lunch choice was an executive decision made by me for the convenience, food choices and prices. I had the chipotle chicken avocado--delicious. DF ordered an original roast beef and the mac 'n' cheese, and I snuck a bite. It was a little bland.



After lunch we did the shopping thing. Pin traders, World of Disney (I think my mom didn't even go in because she was scared of getting lost), TrenD, the Christmas Store and the Art of Disney. DF and I could probably do all these stores in an hour, maybe two tops. It took us straight into the evening and I had to practically drag everyone away to get back to the resort because we had wedding errands to take care of that night! But hey, it was fun watching my friends go crazy!




My parents. I have to savour the moments I can get photos of my mom, she will avoid the camera at all costs.


Quintessential hat shot!






As a side note, all I really wanted to get at WDW in terms of souvenir was a Just Married Christmas ornament. At the time (mostly because of the huge group) we didn't get the ornament. Little did I know this was the only place we found that actually had that ornament, and we had no time in our schedule to get back to DTD while at WDW.



The skies opened up as we boarded the bus back to the hotel and gave us our first taste of the unpredictable weather that was to become a recurring theme throughout the trip. We'd been able to set our watches to the mid-afternoon thunderstorms on previous Disney World trips, but past experience was not an accurate predictor of future events on this trip. All bets were off, and it rained in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening and late at night. The only constant was rain. On this first day, it was the late afternoon, and it made for a long, soggy ride back to the Boardwalk.

Can I rant about one of my biggest pet peeves about Disney World? The bus ride between Downtown Disney and the Boardwalk. This thing takes a solid hour. It's a compelling reason not to book it as your home resort. A lot of our guests who weren't interested in the theme parks had to make stops at Blizzard Beach, Swan, Dolphin, Beach Club, Yacht Club before reaching the Boardwalk. Sure, you can get off at the Swan and walk to the Boardwalk, but how can you explain that to someone who's never been to WDW before?

We finally made it back, ages later. The sudden monsoon forced us to stay on the bus for the entire ride, although I would have otherwise forced everyone off the bus at the Swan/Dolphin.



First thing, DF and I had to head back up the concierge and find the package of welcome bag items I'd shipped ahead of time. When we got up there it was in time to find out that the business center was closed. And then we found out that despite all the info I plastered all over the box, there was no record of a box being tied to my reservation. I insisted to her that the package had been sent over via UPS and their tracking information had indicated that it had arrived and been accepted.

Anyway I don't know if it was because of our buttons (my bride button), or what, but the woman told us to wait while she tried to find someone who could go get it for us. We waited around for about ten minutes, barely able to focus on the magician performing nearby, when a man appeared with our box. Bad news, $10 delivery charge. Good news, we had it and things could still go to plan! Well, almost. While we waited to hear news about our box we also asked the concierge about getting photopass cards for the welcome bags. There was apparently no photopass desk in the Boardwalk as I'd hoped, and the woman was kept saying "you get them at photopass", but when I asked where exactly is photopass she just answered with the same statement. She also was very adamant that there could be absolutely no possible reason why we would need to get the cards for our guests. Tired and stressed, we left it at that. DF and I briefly discussed the possibility of me running into Epcot to get the cards (I was the only one who could do it, because of my annual pass), but it was late and the lack of sleep I was getting was really catching up.

We went back to our room, feeling somewhat deflated, to find the group had split again. Half went in search of rations, while the rest stayed and helped me take care of our welcome bags. I'm glad that everyone saw how fast I was failing, and really started taking charge of all the projects that needed to be completed that night. Welcome bags were stuffed, unfortunately I was really the only one who knew what went in them, so there were a couple of moments of -- oops, you need to put these in there too! I went through packing the box of items from Franck's and assembling the favours (i.e. putting the pins on the thank you cards).

Dinner involved Red Robin frozen pizzas, and lots of drinking. I think we all needed to let off a bit of steam after a stressful day of travel, (and welcome bag annoyances) and it was helpful to get that out of our systems. The one downside: dishes!



I snuck into the other room wrap up the gifts for the girls. I'm embarrassed to say how generous I was with the gifts from the MOHs. I gave them a Cinderella compact (from the Cinderella Sephora collection; I'd been hoarding these under my bed for a looooong time), a day pass to Islands of Adventure for my "Bachelorette party" and a day pass to Disney World to cover the rehearsal/rehearsal dinner day. We all hugged and cried, I think.

I'm not sure how it came up, maybe I had a list of items for the welcome bags, but it came up that I hadn't asked for the I'm Celebrating buttons. The photopass thing had really weakened my resolve, let's just say. So the bridal party insisted if I wanted them they would go up and wouldn't come back until they found the buttons. I said, forget it, it's fine. They understood this to mean I really wanted them. So they left me and went on the hunt, while I helped DF carry all the welcome bags and the box of wedding stuff back to his room for him to drop it off the next day. After this brief moment alone I returned to my room to find the bridal party returned with a bag of I'm Celebrating buttons, handfuls of candy and two Just Married buttons. I wish someone had had a camera to take a photo of my face when they pulled those suckers out. None of them knew how hard these are to get, none of them knew they existed, and yet here they returned with two of them... I was so flabbergasted. I still am, frankly. It was just the touch of Disney magic I needed right at that moment when everything was getting stressful. And a happy end to a long first day.
YAY For AWESOME Bridesmaids! That last paragraph has be tearing up at work!
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I'm so excited you started your trip report!! And I love that you are planning to include lots of details and pictures so you can have the memories recorded...because that means we all get to experience your trip vicariously!!

Your bridesmaids sound AWESOME, that is so terrific that they not only managed to hunt down the I'm Celebrating buttons, but that they managed to snag two of the coveted "Just Married" buttons. Sounds like they were really worth the "extra" you spent on their gifts...

Sorry to here that you had to deal with a lot of rain...and yes that ride from Downtown Disney to Boardwalk is ridiculous. It's so close!!! One of the many reasons I always have to have a car, I can't cope with not getting where I want to go when I want to go there (yes, I'm a brat )

Looking forward to seeing what happens next...

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Yay! Welcome back! I love the coffee table idea. I started reading, but will have to finish and comment when I get to my computer...too hard to comment on my phone. Yay, again!!

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Congrats on your wedding!! So looking forward to reading all the details big and small!!!!
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