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Old 11-30-2012, 12:33 PM   #16
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well your questions and your insults of the rest of us are insulting to us. We are disney brides here those that have paid for escape, memories or wishes or we are swan brides who again have paid for prime on property locations. You insult us all by thinking it is ok to go have your ROGUE wedding without paying. There are plenty of us on here that will find a way to stop you because you have just insulted a very LARGE LARGE LARGE community and what you must not realize is that there are about 350 of us that talk ALL THE TIME and are friends we give each other life advice, we send each other christmas cards we take care of each other. We are here to take care of all future DISNEY bride but NOT those that insult the way we got married, how we did it and try to steal it from us.
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Old 11-30-2012, 12:42 PM   #17
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well your questions and your insults of the rest of us are insulting to us. We are disney brides here those that have paid for escape, memories or wishes or we are swan brides who again have paid for prime on property locations. You insult us all by thinking it is ok to go have your ROGUE wedding without paying. There are plenty of us on here that will find a way to stop you because you have just insulted a very LARGE LARGE LARGE community and what you must not realize is that there are about 350 of us that talk ALL THE TIME and are friends we give each other life advice, we send each other christmas cards we take care of each other. We are here to take care of all future DISNEY bride but NOT those that insult the way we got married, how we did it and try to steal it from us.
I did not insult anyone, I gave my opinion and you need to learn to not take it so personally and grow-up. If you don't agree with it, state it...but refrain from attacking people. This is a platform for the public to use and to have open discussions - and we do not want to be attacked. I am not concerned with people who live their life's online and send each other random cards...so I don't see how that relates to this thread. If you don't think having a wedding without paying for the package is okay, say that. But be respectful of others and do not say people are **** or attack. Makes you look bad and hurts others...no reason to do that
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Old 11-30-2012, 12:48 PM   #18
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Now...there is not reason to talk like that to another person. You are the only one looking bad with that hateful attitude. Be nice, I just asked a question. You do not have to agree with me or like me, but you can at least give me and others on this message board respect.
When you disrespect me, the other girls who were "scammed" by going through the right channels to have amazing Disney weddings, you earn my ire and contempt.

It seems that with a few clicks, one can learn a lot about someone. Like how they commonly break rules, like reusing the same refillable mug on multiple trips to WDW. It's stated pretty clearly at every drink station at every resort that they're only permitted to be used during the trip in which they're purchased.

You can read about how people plan to circumvent the limit on number of guests at an Escape wedding. What would Disney do if more than 20 people showed up?

Do all of us legitimate Disney brides a favor and let your fiancee plan your wedding and back off on the trolling bs.
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:04 PM   #19
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I would just like to say that YES i do live online seeing as I am a blogger and podcaster and if you think that is insulting it simply is not I am proud of that part of me.

They are not random cards as I know all of the people and I like getting christmas cards from my friends.

I agree that if you are a refillable mug rule breaker you are probably a pool hopper and have no respect for the way disney wants things done.

So why even ask as if any of us who are disney fanatics would approve. And yes let your fiancee plan the wedding and we all just see you as a troll. It also does not make me look bad how I spoke to you because you are the one that looks like a disrespectful person to the rest of us and I know that for a fact. Perhaps I should find it somewhere cited on the internet so that satisfies your big bad law degree
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:04 PM   #20
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Interesting that you just 'phoned the poly'. easy to say that.

I think you probably should have just done this yourself [i.e phoned the poly etc etc] rather than coming on a board where you know that hundreds of girls are planning their wedding and paying the price for it.

i think it can be safe to assume that you knew you would stir up trouble asking a question like this!

also, i wouldn't worry too much about the weather on a beach question! if your wedding isn't properly planned, then you can easily just not wander down to the beach if it is raining!
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:30 PM   #21
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With all due respect, this question was already asked a couple years ago. By you... And you received a very polite "Cute idea, but you'd be escorted off the premises." Surely you didn't think things had changed to allow an event of this sort to happen without Disney getting compensated.
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:44 PM   #22
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With all due respect, this question was already asked a couple years ago. By you... And you received a very polite "Cute idea, but you'd be escorted off the premises." Surely you didn't think things had changed to allow an event of this sort to happen without Disney getting compensated.
Yep, and I responded back then to you as well. And I'll say the same thing I said then. Given that you are posting on a board where every bride here paid (and some scrimped and saved) to be a Disney Bride and do things on the up and up, it's very insulting that you are asking us if it's allowed and what will happen to you and your bride and your guests if you are caught.

The questions you asked then in 2010 will still get you the same answers today. No, no and no.
If you are caught, you will be escorted off property.
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:59 PM   #23
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I know for us, we scrimped and saved for the Disney wedding that we will be hosting, while raising my fiance's 4 kids. If we couldn't afford it, we would've hosted one back up here in MA. I don't know why you feel it's necessary to come on a board and stir the pot, highly immature I must say.

But this is my answer: You will be escorted off property. I wouldn't put it past my fellow brides to have already reported you to DFTW. If you can't afford a Wishes or Escape, try a Swan or a Memories collection. But don't sit here and stir the pot. As you said, it's a public forum--you get myriads of personalities and to expect everyone to coddle you and say "oh sorry dear, that can't be" in a polite way is highly unrealistic. It is expected, as is common in public forum, to have someone be upset by what your posting. And to sit there and request that they not...."lash out"....against you doesn't make them look immature. It makes you look immature. If you can't handle the heat, stay out of the kitchen sweetheart.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:31 PM   #24
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any wedding on WDW property must be booked through DFTW. FULL STOP. The only exception to this is getting married at the WDW Swan&Dolphin hotel. for this it must be booked through justmarry.

Your idea of just turning up on the beach with a few people and getting married is angering people because everyone else saves up money to have the privelage of being a disney bride, be it at the swan&dolphin or elsewhere is disney property. They follow the rules. If you can not afford a DFTW wedding or a S&D wedding then there is no one forcing you to get married at WDW. You will just need to face facts that you can not get married on a beach on disney property without going through DFTWs and go have your wedding elsewhere.

consider this, how would you feel if you had paid all the money disney are "scamming" us out of and someone walked up next to you and had a wedding alongside yours, or someone just walked up and sat and watched you wedding? you not only pay for the location you pay for the privelage of having disney organise your wedding and give you complete privacy for your ceremony area.

You are asking people not to have a go or attack you, but you came here to ask advice from other peoples experiences, then when you did not like the advice and response you got you decided to disregard it. in my opinion someone who askes for advice on something that they plan to do anyway is wasting peoples time as they do not plan to listen to any of the advice given and you must'v expected that this would cause an argument. Whether you came for advice on something you were considering or not you'v made it clear you plan to do it anyway.

You must know that not everyone/everything in life is nice and not everything goes your way as you yourself said life is sucky. so it is childish to think that you could come andthings up and people would be nice to you when they tried to give advice and you disregard it. In my experience everyone on here has been very helpful and welcoming and friendly to me but when i am given advice on something and it is not as i expect i accept that advice and continue with my planning. when someone ignores someones advice it makes the advice giver think "why did i bother helping" hence why you have angered people as this is how you have made people feel.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:44 PM   #25
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Oh dear, every time the subject of unauthorised Disney weddings comes up, there is trouble
I remember all too clearly the problems I had when I dared to question the lady who was married on the monorail!!!
I think, sweetie, you will get cool responses from the brides here when you enquire about unofficial weddings on Disney property. I guess, though, you probably expect little enthusiasm from ladies who have saved to get their Disney wedding, when you start saying 'Hey look, what you saved and paid for, I can have for nothing'. You can see why it doesn't go down too well!!
You must do what you need to do, but, in your own interest, you may be best not to boast about it too much, particularly on a board inhabited by legitimate Disney brides.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:50 PM   #26
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Oh dear, every time the subject of unauthorised Disney weddings comes up, there is trouble
I remember all too clearly the problems I had when I dared to question the lady who was married on the monorail!!!
I think, sweetie, you will get cool responses from the brides here when you enquire about unofficial weddings on Disney property. I guess, though, you probably expect little enthusiasm from ladies who have saved to get their Disney wedding, when you start saying 'Hey look, what you saved and paid for, I can have for nothing'. You can see why it doesn't go down too well!!
You must do what you need to do, but, in your own interest, you may be best not to boast about it too much, particularly on a board inhabited by legitimate Disney brides.
Exactly. You say we should all be nice, but what did you think you would get when you come on here posting a question that's going to be read mainly by Disney brides, and telling us that we've all been scammed? And what's this I read up above that you already asked this question on a thread a couple of years ago? These girls who've responded to you who are not happy with your post are all kind, helpful, amazing Disney brides who deserve respect, and we shouldn't have to sit here and be told that we've been "scammed." Go stir the pot on some other site... we Disney brides have better things to do with our time.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:09 PM   #27
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Funny thing is...what you all have said makes some good sense to me so I am just going to schedule a Disney Escape Wedding. Don't like many of your attitudes as you are hateful but I do agree with some of your reasoning. Best for everyone to work through the system.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:13 PM   #28
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See that is the thing...people on here do not know how to read. I didn't ask for "advice" or info about being removed from Disney property. I asked did anyone have experience having a wedding on Disney property but not through DFTW. If you had yours through DFTW or have not had experience with this, then you cannot help me and should not have responded to my question. I am not going to take your advice because I wasn't asking for it...I was asking for advice from people who had done what I want to do and whether it was allowed, how it went, etc. If you don't think it is allowed, say so. For heaven's sake, we are all adults. But you can have some sense of kindness and respect. No one who has responded to me other than a couple of people have acted anything like a Disney Princess - you have all acted hateful, bitter about spending money and very rude. Just because I commented on here and you didn't like my question or my plan.

Has anyone seen someone removed from Disney property? Like being escorted off in a wedding gown? All I want is someone who has seen someone being treated this way. You may like them to be treated this way but it is one thing in whether it is done and whether you would like it to be done.
I actually saw a couple get escorted out of MK after attempting to have a private wedding ceremony. Not sure exactly where in the MK they were attempting to get married. It was a bride, groom, and a man in plain clothes who I guess was performing the ceremony. A CM told us what the situation was as they were being escorted out by some sort of security. The couple was complaining loudly on the way out......ugh, what an embarrassing and awful way to remember your "wedding."

My brother is a Disney CM and he confirmed that CM's are taught if they witness a non DFTW taking place on property, that it should be interrupted and guests should be promptly escorted out of the park and told not to return for the day.

ETA: The bride was wearing a wedding gown-not a big poofy gown-it was a more of a long white fancy dress. Groom was in a suit & tie. The "officiant" was just in pants and a shirt-I think it was not a religious figure-maybe just a friend or something.

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Funny thing is...what you all have said makes some good sense to me so I am just going to schedule a Disney Escape Wedding. Don't like many of your attitudes as you are hateful but I do agree with some of your reasoning. Best for everyone to work through the system.
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I have seen someone escorted away. I was taking my morning jog around Crescent Lake and I saw a few people standing on the beach. The woman was in a white dress, not necessarily a wedding dress per se, and then two gentlemen. It was clearly a ceremony of sorts because the couple was facing each other holding hands and the other gentleman was looking at them both. I thought it was odd because it was 6:30 maybe 7 in the morning and it didn't seem like the normal DFTW set up. I honestly didn't think too much about it because I was in the middle of my jog so I kept going. On my next loop around there were a few Disney security members that were escorting the couple back towards the hotel and the woman had tears streaming down here face and I heard one of the security members say to the other, " They will be lucky if they aren't banned for good."

I wouldn't risk it, but I love Disney too much to risk the possibility of being banned forever.
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