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Old 02-12-2014, 03:59 PM   #1
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Wedding Dreams| Swan and Dolphin October 2014

The Engagement and Photos
About Us & Disney History
The Planning Starts
Details #1
The Holiday
Sending the Invites
Details #2

The Plans Change
Gift Bags & CLOTHES BUYING!
The holiday itinerary #1
The Holiday itinerary #2
Our Wedding Shoes
6 Months to go
ADR's



The Engagement & Photos
It's time to say hello to you lovely brides, and others that like to read along with the plannings of a very excited bride-to-be, getting ready for our wedding-moon.

When we first got engaged I did pop on here, and let you all know, but I didn't go in to much detail.

So, let's start from the beginning...
Honestly, my dream would have been for Sam to get down on one knee while watching Wishes, a true dream. However I know that he wanted to do it his way, and we both were very keen for an Orlando wedding, so I know he wouldn't do OTT with the "Disney thing".
On May 4th, we went to London for the Weekend. We had afternoon tea booked, and were going to watch the Spice Girls Musical (you didn't miss much if you didn't get to watch it, however it was super fun, and I was obviously on a high while watching it!)
We went straight to the hotel for the afternoon tea, which I'd never properly experienced before, but being a blogger, it was a tick off my list that I really wanted to do.

We had a lovely sit down, and it was right in the corner away from everyone (which I didn't really notice until later on) and our yummy food came out. We were properly chatting away, and all of a sudden I flipped my tea cup over, and under it was a ring! An engagement ring! I felt shocked, and almost jumped away from it, not wanting to touch it. I'd been so obsessed with marriage for so long, and right then, it was all coming true. Sam said some lovely words, most of which I don't remember as I was in a world of happiness, joy and shock.
After phone calls, and a few bites of the food, we both were so excited we couldn't sit still any more and I felt a little sick with excitement.




As soon as we got engaged I knew I'd like some engagement photos taken. I'm such a huge photo fan, and am a little snap happy myself, so I got together with a photographer friend and we worked out a couple of amazing ideas. I still have more, so would love to do a few more before the wedding.
Our first one was on Bournemouth Beach, we had such a lovely sunny day, and it was such a fun a silly shoot





The next shoot was at our local park area, where we also had our engagement party. We had a BBQ here, and invited lots of our friends and family. It was again such a lovely day, we were really lucky with the weather and Chloe managed to get some awesome shots again. This time I was looking for a more pretty, whimsical look, which I think she was spot on with.



Some photos from the party...






Planning started almost straight away, and I will chat about our plans so far in the next installment

Thanks for reading, hope you can follow our planning journey

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Old 02-12-2014, 04:05 PM   #2
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The History


Let me introduce us properly, because that's not something I've yet done.
My name is Steph, I am 26 years old and am a Veterinary Nurse. Sam is 24, and works for the Police. We have recently moved into our lovely little house near the canal, in Wiltshire. As well as this we have bought a lovely little boy into our lives... Severus, a 13 week old working cocker!

We've been together 6 years this February, and it's been a lovely ride, full of fun and joy & lots of holidays.
I've been to WDW 6 times now, and Sam has been twice. We've also both been to DLP twice together.

DLP 2010

& 2012


WDW 2009 (GAWD! Look how young we look)

& 2012


Our second trip to Florida was much different to the first, my dibb planning was on top form and I researched EVERYTHING. We also didn't have the tight student budget, like 2009, and that trip certainly has paved the way for our wedding-moon one.






We're a very old before our time couple, but I rather like that. I love walks by the canal, and visiting National Trust properties. Sam enjoys spending time with Sev, and he'll just about get to the pub every now and again. Nights out don't come highly any more, and being back before midnight seems to be the thing we now do.
We enjoy our breaks and holidays, both working shifts mean little time to just "be together" and so having these get always can be lovely.
Sam is very much my best friend, I love that he makes me laugh every day, and I can talk to him about anything and he'll do anything for me.
[Passes the sick bucket!]

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Next time I'll be talking about our plans so far
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Old 02-14-2014, 02:00 PM   #3
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Beautiful photos, I love your before and after engagement photo! And of course your sweet little puppy is adorable (I love his name btw!)
Congrats on your engagement and I can't wait to read more about your plans!!
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Beautiful photos, I love your before and after engagement photo! And of course your sweet little puppy is adorable (I love his name btw!)
Congrats on your engagement and I can't wait to read more about your plans!!
Thank you so much!!!
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The Planning Starts...

In 2009 I first set my eyes on the wedding pavilion, WHAT?! You could have a Disney wedding?! This is when my life changed and honestly, research started right then!
Some years later, Sam and I knew we would get married and talk of a Disney wedding came up a lot. We knew it was something that would happen, and so when we go engaged I was on it straight away.
In my had I always wanted an Escape wedding, but the price and 18 people limit worried me some what. Through my research times I found that Swan and Dolphin did weddings, and my heart skipped a beat when I found info about Michelle and Russell's wedding (video here) All of a sudden it seemed a lot more doable the year after we got engaged, which I really wanted. It would still be a "Disney" wedding, on the beach, with the ducks and IF a lot of friends and family did come out we wouldn't have to hike the price up to the next bracket. It seemed perfect, and the only thing stopping me was having to deal with not having an MK photo shoot. It makes me sad even thinking about it now, but it's still very sad that non dftw couples aren't allowed to have that opportunity.

Where we are now...
The day before
We are looking into booking afternoon tea at the Grand Flo. It's something I'd really love to do, and it seems fitting to start out wedding off with. It will be a welcome tea, and hopefully every one who is attending the wedding will be able to come.

Later in the afternoon we are "Drinking around the World" at Epcot. We're unsure if we're breaking up for this, and meeting back again to go to the boardwalk or doing it as a stag/hen mix. I'm in the process of having badges designed for the evening, so I'm exciting to get that and get them made up. We're starting about 4pm, so it won't be a late night, but I want fun drinking and dancing.

So the day is as follows (some of which is still get to be booked due to timing restrictions)
A 3pm wedding at the beach venue at the Swan and Dolphin. One of Sam's best friends will be playing guitar while I walk down the isle, to the intro of "satellite by Dave Matthews Band". We'll be doing our own vows, which I'm really excited about, but not thought too much about as yet. We'll be having cake cutting and toasting at the beach too, where we'll be joined my my two favs Donald and Daisy. Two very EXPENSIVE guests, but something that felt very important for us.




We've gone for the classic harmony cake, just excluding the flower toppers and bits on the side. I have a "Nice day for a Disney Wedding" cake topper that I will add, as well as having some scrabble pieces of the cake table too.

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We're having a purple colour theme, although it's not going to be OTT because of the wedding we're having. But flowers will be cream and purple, the guys are wearing purple ties, and the cake topper is purple. I've got purple dresses for the bridesmaids, and they'll be wearing cream flowers around their wrist. Sam and I will also be rocking matching purple converse!


For the arch at the ceremony, we'll sticking with cheaper one, as we couldn't stretch to the bamboo one. But we're having it draped too, and having two floral sets at the side. Flower petals will also be going down the isle, which is something we've decided on just recently.


After the cake cutting, and photos with the ducks we'll make our way through S&D and onto the Boardwalk for some more photos. I really love the whole feel of the place, and am excited to get some goodies. We love fun, easy, silly photos, but ones that show love and passion too.


We've booked Regina as our photographer, we're having a split day so when we go for food she won't have to follow us there, but then is coming back for the evening events. I'm excited as I love her work, I think she has a whimsical and fun look, not over edited, and I think she gets us- well I hope she does!

This is where our plans have changed, we were going to do 'Ohana and then Grand Yacht 1, however as of confirmed flights now we are at capicity for the yacht. So obviously we are so sad, as wanted it so very much, but at the same time we're thrilled more people are coming than we first thought.
So new plan....
Grand Floridan Cafe (hopefully) will be booked at 180days out- looking at around 6pm. Then we're officially having a dessert party at Grand flo Sago Cay, over looking wishes. Unsure if we'll have the £ to pipe in the music yet, but I'm praying we do. I think it would be the perfect way to top off such a special day.
We're planning on getting a mini bus or two around from S&D to Grand Flo, so every one can get there together and quickly



Thanks for reading along! Next time I'll be going into a few more details...
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Loving your story and all of your plans! Adorable pics!

We are having our wedding and then lunch/cake at the Grand Floridian Cafe
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Old 02-20-2014, 07:15 AM   #7
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Hi! Love your plans so far! I too am an October bride planning for the Swan and Dolphin as well!!! We're in the process of ironing out the details right now. What date are you looking at? We're wanting October 22, 2014. I will definitely subscribe to you thread, can't wait to hear more!
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Loving your story and all of your plans! Adorable pics!

We are having our wedding and then lunch/cake at the Grand Floridian Cafe
Thanks so much!
Aw, it looks lovely doesn't it

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Hi! Love your plans so far! I too am an October bride planning for the Swan and Dolphin as well!!! We're in the process of ironing out the details right now. What date are you looking at? We're wanting October 22, 2014. I will definitely subscribe to you thread, can't wait to hear more!
Thanks so much, how exiting. We're the 12th
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Some of the Details


So, as this is a destination wedding I feel a lot of the planning has been taken out of my hands. This isn't something I'm used to, but instead of having to deal with the "bigger things" I spending my time looking for the smaller details that will make our wedding special. Of course, as it's over seas we can't do everything, but having the party back home will allow me to go creative & DIY crazy, while in Orlando I'll pick a few bits that I can showcase for our special day.

Lets start with the pre-RSVP's, this idea came from Amy (loves_disney. We wanted to get an idea of No's and then Maybes/yes's as our family & friends aren't really "that way inclined" shall we say. So we don't expect many to join us.
We made these our selves with Google, online edit programmes, and then got them printed off at Staples.


(excuse the spelling mistake- I photographed the first copies)
I really loved these, the obvious air mail feel of them and the packaging feel with the string & tag.

We managed to snap this (after much self timer & focus problems) but in the end we didn't end up using it, but I still think it's cute.

The Dress
I'm obviously not going to show my actual dress on here, but yes, I do have it. I had an appointment at an alternative wedding dress shop in London, when me and 2/3 of my bridesmaids went to London before Christmas. It's alternative as it caters for tea length and shorter length dresses, which is something I knew I really wanted. After trying on 25 dresses in an hour (I was a machine) I found a few I loved, one of which I couldn't stop thinking about. However at £995 I wasn't prepared to pay that much for a dress I'd wear twice. The dress has never been "my thing" which is a huge surprise because style & clothing means so much to me in every day life, having a style blog just kind of does that to you. However I just didn't want to, even if Mum said she would. Having a little look on eBay one night I came across a perfect copy! It was from the UK (so no cheap china material) free returns if I didn't like it, and it was simply seconds/end of line from a bridal shop. I consulted Mum, and bought it straight away, being the my size now, I thought it was perfect to start with and get alterations nearer the time some where near us. For less than a third of the one in the shop, it's almost identical! It's crazy, and I'm so pleased with it. It's a dress I can jump around it, feel beautiful, and wear around a beach and on a yacht!
This is the dress I first fell in love with, from this point I knew lace and a short length was the way I'd go. At £1500 this sadly isn't "my dress" but it's been a huge inspiration from the go.


The girls dresses are also done! Beckys needs to be taken in a bit, Clares is pretty much perfect, and Sians is just on the tight side. I wanted them all in different dresses, one of the reasons is because I didn't know if Clare & Sian were joining me until later and when I first saw the 1st dress for Becky, I knew I couldn't leave it behind. I however also knew, being a high street dress, it wouldn't stay around for too long... and soon it sold out.
The colours match really well, not exactly but close enough not to look odd. The styles are all similar, skater type with some detailing, but they're all different. I really love them!


(They're from Zalando, Motel via ASOS and Newlook)

They're wearing cream roses around their wrist, and hopefully cream/white converse style trainers too- although this is under discussion, but I think it would be an awesome photo op.

Rings

We bought our rings from Argos with vouchers we got for Christmas & our engagement party. This may not be up every ones street, but we're really happy with them and we didn't want anything OTT- so they work perfectly.


Extras

There's a few things I've been collecting for the day, and to take over with us. We don't want to take too much, but we'll be spreading them amongst friends and families suitcase so they can help us out.
I have white wicker hearts to hang on the outter seats going down the isle, these are just from Primark, but with the rose petals along the "isle" I think it will just be perfect.
We of course have our bride & groom ears (We made Sams) that will be going out there too, no doubt I'll be in mine a lot through the wedding-moon.
I'm also getting the girls some bridesmaid ears made by a close from who has a hair accessories company, she will also be making my head wear for the day too.
We're taking out some scrabble pieces, to sit on the cake table. Although I'm not 100% sure what we'll spell out yet.


I managed to track down some "just married" badges from a Facebook selling site. I am SO thrilled, and they are like gold to me.


I also have some sunglasses for myself and the girls, again just something silly, but perfect for some photos. I just love them!



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The Holiday


So we have some of the holiday planned, although I feel like I need to get our bum in gear about others parts of it.
Our plan...

Flying BA on the 6th of October- we've never flown BA before, so I'm really excited to try it out. Gatwick-Orlando

3 Nights at Hard Rock Hotel YEAH BABY! This, we can not wait forrrrrrrr. We spent a lot of money here on our last visit, so we need the dollar to live up the lifestyle. As well as obviously visiting Universal and IoA and WWOHP. We'll eat at HRC on one night, sit by the pool and sip on cocktails... ah yeah!





11 Nights at Saratoga Springs with free DDP. Let the Disney adventure begin. We will also be here over the wedding, and is the longest time we've spent at Disney accommodation. We picked SSR pretty quickly, we loved it last time and although something "nicer" (more expensive) for the honymoon would have been nice. We love the feel of it, the boat to DTD and our pool was super quiet when we last went too.


From there we are heading around Florida for a week of touring. We'll hire a car (in the process of sorting this at the moment) and follow a circle around Fl.
Orlando- Ft Lauderdale (via West Palm Beach) 1 night at Fort Lauderdale.


Fort Lauderdal- Key West (via Miami) 3 nights at the Keys.


Key West- Clear Water. We're doing this in one day, and there will be a few stops on the way, although we're aware of the long drive. 1 night at Clear Water.


Our last two nights will be at the Contemporary, some where we've never stayed. We wanted to do a MK resort hotel and this seemed to be the most sensible price wise (thank you Expedia sale!)

ADR's
Our first draft is as follows...

50’s prime time cafe
Be our Guest- just a QS as the dinner doesn't blow me away.
Beaches and Cream- Just for the kitchen sink, probably OOP at the moment, but not 100%
Cali Grill- This baby is two credits, but we're happy to give it ago over Wishes
Crystal Palace- for breakfast. Was our fav breakfast place last time.
Kona Cafe- also another breakfast place.
Sci-fi Dine in- We loved it last time. Although Sam didn't love the theme I really did.
Trails End- Rach told us about this and I love the look of it! Will be good to take a look around some other resorts too
Whispering Canyon- This was on the maybe list last time, so we're going to go for it this year!

Maybe...
*dessert party*
*vip dining for fantasmic*

We'll also be eating at 'Ohana on the wedding day, we may end up ddping this for ourselves, but not too sure at the moment.

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Hi!
And congrats!
My fiancé and I just got engaged last month and we are really hoping for a swan and dolphin wedding In October 2015!
I will be following your planning closely and do everything you did a year later!

When did you send out your save the dates? and what program did you use to create them?

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Hi!
And congrats!
My fiancé and I just got engaged last month and we are really hoping for a swan and dolphin wedding In October 2015!
I will be following your planning closely and do everything you did a year later!

When did you send out your save the dates? and what program did you use to create them?

Thanks! X
Hi, thanks for reading along
Oh how exciting! October is hopefully going to be the best month then
haha! Fab. I had "planned" so long before even getting engaged- are you in contact with Just Marry now?

We didn't do save the dates, do you mean our pre-rsvps?
If so we did that as soon as our holiday was booked, as we knew we'd get a date within our two week Disney holiday and just put "October" on the pre-rsvps. This just ruled out obvious no goers before spending money and time on our actual invites.
I can't remember exactly, but probably something like pixlr or picmonkey

Hope this helps abit!
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The Invites Have Been Sent

Really excited to get the invites sent out, which we did in February as soon as we got them back from printing. We bought them from Paper Themes, but they took almost a month to arrive- so I was getting a little twitchy about it all.
They didn't come with RSVP's, so we made them our self- which we were both happy with. We also made a little "info pack" talking people through the basics of holidaying in Florida, and a rough run of the day.
We plan to Send everyone another little times/places sheet when we have numbers and everything else confirmed, a lot closer to the time.




I thought the little stamp was sweet too, and the Sunshine sums up Florida well

This is a big step for us, and although we don't think many more people will be saying "yes" from those who have already booked something, it was still exciting to get them out and organising numbers to confirm things throughout the wedding.
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Bits & Bobs

Since the engagement (and before!) I've been buying bits and pieces for the wedding. Lots of things have been bought for the wedding party at home, but I still have been buying cute things that we can take with us too. We think we'll be buying an extra case to take with us, and although most will be left there, the extra suitcase can then used for ALL the goodies we then buy, to bring back

Confetti




We're going to mix the Mickey heads and fake petals in the little boxes, that will be on the guests seats for when they arrive. We've also just ordered some purple/cream petals to add to these as well.

I bought a (vintage) scrabble set from eBay- they aren't cheap! So I could make some cute words to use on the cake table and maybe bring a long to the dessert party too. I think we'll have "Happily Ever After" I bought some extra stands just in case, too.


My gorgeous friend Paige made me this for our engagement, and I think it's just the perfect "Something Blue" to pin on my flowers. I love it more every time I see it.


I mentioned our cake topper last time, and managed to grab a photo of it today! Oh my gosh, how fab is it!


These are the wicker hearts that will be hung from the chairs down the "isle", with the petals I think this will be such a cute set up!
These were £1.50 from Primark if any one is interested.


We'll be taking these along too. They're just really cute and will make fab photo ops. I love the plaque, and think it sums us up as a couple- that will hopefully show on the photos too!
I may putting a photo of the woofers in the little frame, so they're still close to our heart.


I saw this little cute plaque/stand in a lovely little shop when visiting a friend, I'm not sure where we're going to use it, but I thought it was very "Disney" and work very well.


Another "Little thing" we got gifted was this lovely Mr and Mrs banner. It's so cute and small enough to take, and again will be great for photos or to hang some where


Lastly I wanted to show you are amazing wedding shoes! Yes, matching purple converse... oh yeah
The 'maids have just been ordered from eBay, as well as the Best Man and my Dad's. They're wearing matching converse-esq white ones... yes, I'm thinking about even more photos ops!


I also wanted to show you these awesome illustrations that we've had done for the wedding. You may spot the balloon one was on our RSVP's, and we're also going to get it printed out and add text, to frame at the wedding party.
The second I commissioned to make into badges for the Drinking around Epcot. I thought it would be lovely to pin on every one while we go around the world!



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A change of plans

Having time to change your plans is almost annoying, not being able to book certain things really makes me twitchy. I'm very un-patient and I want everything now... not a spoilt brat though, I promise

We have come across something that we needed to revise plans for though. At the moment there are 17 people confirmed (including us) with actual booked flights/holidays, and Grand Yacht 1 only take 18 people... so we were at capacity before we even sent the invites out!
If Sam's parents do come out (this is a big if at the moment) they wouldn't be able to go either, as the Yacht isn't disabled friendly.

So, after some panicking, worrying, lots of ideas going through my head we had a bit of a roller coaster ride to book our new plan! (There were tears and sleepless night over Disney! )

(new) Wedding plan as follows...
The ceremony is still very much the same, 3pm at Swan and Dolphin beach venue. Cake and toasting on the beach straight after with the ducks following.
We'll then go and having more photos with Regina while the guests will be shown to a lounge/bar to get a drink if they desire and wait to meet us there.

We're now looking at getting a van (or two) over to Grand Floridian from here, this will have to wait for our final numbers, but we're in contact with a company already (that we've used before)

At around 6pm we'll hopefully get our ADR for Grand Floridian Cafe, this has changed from 'Ohana due to the later evening plans. I'm a little sad as we love 'Ohana, but GFC looks gorgeous and I think it will be just lovely... and no doubt we'll do 'Ohana ourselves another day.
We can't book this until 180days out, so feeling a little worried, but hopefully we'll be able to get a large table, fine.



From here we've now decided to have a dessert party, thanks so the help of Father dear! It's a large amount more than we ever had in the budget, but he was happy to help us out with it. After Disney saying we couldn't book (this is where the tears started) we've now got it booked and deposit payed.
GF at Sago Cay watching Wishes (I'm hoping it's Wishes and not Hallowishes, my research from previous years hopefully has worked) We're still not sure if we can afford to pipe in music, which I really hope we can!
We're looking at $25-$30pp for desserts and 1- 1 1/2 hours drinks depending on how many confirmed we have. We're basically looking to keep it as close to the minimum as possible.


I feel a lot more settled and happy now this is booked, I loved our previous plans but think this will end the night so well! It really will end the day as a true wedding

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