On a recent trip to Disney, I took some time to investigate the Wedding Pavilion, and Disney Weddings in general. I had been considering a Disney Wedding for quite some time, and I must say that I came away quite disappointed. There has been a lot of talk about how Disney has gone downhill in the past few years, and apparently this isnt just limited to the theme park attractions. Starting right from the bridge used to enter the Wedding Pavilion, I was surprised at the poor upkeep. There is peeling paint on the bridge. There are paint chips on the walls and ceilings inside the pavilion. The wood floor had marks on it from where planters used to sit, and was in need of a waxing. There were stains, faint but noticeable, on the inside walls. And, note that I was viewing the pavilion just before a wedding was about to commence it wasnt as if some maintenance was going to be done before the pavilion was to be used. Then there is the decor. This is a matter of opinion, but I was disappointed to find that the inside of the Disney Wedding Pavilion is fairly informal. The carpet and bench upholstery are light pastel tones, and the bench wood is quite light as well. It is not unattractive, but is says Casual to me. I pictured a rich, formal setting that would do justice to an evening wedding with tuxedos with full tails and such. All in all, the Wedding Pavilion was neither appointed with the splendor I would have expected from Disney, nor kept up in a manner that would make me want to have a wedding there. I have read many happy stories about Disney Weddings, but most of them come from years ago. I am glad that so many people have had enjoyable experiences, but I would advise you to be cautious this lack of attention to detail at Disney has probably started just within the past few years. I think people may find that the Disney of years ago is not the Disney of today.