Emailed some questions to Meredith this past week, and thought I would pass along the responses in case they are useful to anyone else. Hope everyone is doing well -My travel agent, a previous DCL bride, said that you can use your Palo credit for brunch in lieu of dinner. However, when I looked on the Planning Guide, it said the credit could only be used for dinner. We're planning on dining at Remy's instead of Palos, and I just wanted to double check with you that the credit could not be applied toward brunch at Palo's (rather than just forfeiting the credit) I am sorry that you are not able to use your Palo credit for brunch. The Wedding package entitlement is for Palo dinner only. That is fine if you do not wish to dine at Palo for dinner but unfortunately the entitlement cannot be substituted. -I'm planning on selecting the oceanfront elegance option for my bridal bouquet. I was told we could substitute a white calla lily in lieu of the white rose, but would we be able to get a white calla lily with a sprig of hydrangea (to match my bouquet a bit better)? I will be happy to make that request for the boutonniere (to add the sprig of hydrangea to the white calla lily). Please indicate this request on your Planning Guide. When I receive your completed planning guide we will be speaking to go over your selections. By the time we speak I should have heard back from Disney Cruise Line if making this alteration to the boutonniere will be possible. -We have placed an order for a custom clay cake topper to use on the wedding cake. Unfortunately, it will not be completed in time to enclose a photo of it with the Planning Guide. Would it be possible to enclose a photo of a similar topper? It will meet the required dimensions. Yes, providing a photo of a similar cake topper (same dimensions) will be just fine. -We're currently trying to select songs for the ceremony. I know this is a bit of a long shot, but would you be able to give me a rough estimate of the length of the aisle? I don't have the specific length of the aisle but one song is more than enough time for quite a few people to walk down the aisle. So I would suggest maybe selecting a prelude song and then maybe a Bridal Party entrance song. Parents/Grandparents could also walk in the prelude or the beginning of the Bridal Party song.