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Old 03-11-2013, 09:25 PM   #1
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December wedding?

Hi there,
I am from alberta Canada so I'm used to December being around -30 degrees hahah.
Buttttt my fiancé and I always wanted to a Christmasy winter wedding and now I want it to be in disneyworld. My Maid of honor and I love Christmas soooo much and I know she would love all the Christmas decorations and since her and my fiance have never been to Disneyworld, i feel it would make It extra magical.

Is December cold in Florida to have A wedding outside at SBP?
Or when do Christmas decorations usually go up in the park incase a later November wedding would be better?
I just want it to be Christmasy there but not too cold for my guests?

Sorry! Hope that make sense. Haha
Thank you!! Xo!
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:24 PM   #2
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Christmas decorations begin going up Nov. 1, so you should be good on that score.

A local will tell you the weather is impossible to predict—some winters it's cool, some it's cold, some it's balmy, and some it's hot! On average, it's just nice, ranging from the mid-50s to the mid-70s (sorry, I don't have enough fingers to figure out the math for the Celsius equivalent! ). Usually when people post this question, they get a range of answers from people's experience on the week they went in the year they went, with the ultimate answer being "You never know..."

But there are so many Christmas-y activities going on and such festive decor, I don't think your guests will have trouble getting in the holiday spirit!
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:38 PM   #3
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Ditto to what Carrie said! I've experienced WDW in the 20's & 30's one year and in the 70's another.
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