Wedding anniversary ideas or price list

Discussion in 'Disney Weddings and Honeymoons' started by wisbucky, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. wisbucky

    wisbucky <font color=purple>I'm feeling stalked<br><font co

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    Hubby and I are thinking of celebrating our wedding anniversary at Disney. I am wondering if anyone has a price list from Disney on things that might be related to an anniversary or if anyone has some great ideas.
     
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  3. SRUAlmn

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    I saw this earlier and have been trying to think of things for you. The only thing I can think of is gifts of a lifetime. You can fill out a questionaire and they set fun things up for you like scavenger hunts and tours and surprises. I think some of the things can be a little costly, but it might give you an idea :)

    http://www.giftsofalifetime.com/shopping.html

    Hope that helps!
     
  4. pixie08

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    Do you mean for a gift or for an evening for the two of you to share?
     
  5. Janet2k

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    Wisbucky, you’ve been a member of the Dis for a while so I’m sure the following items are probably already on your list. Just thought I’d mention them since you haven’t given us an idea as to what you’re really looking for.

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    Fireworks cruise either in the Epcot area or the Magic Kingdom area
    Grand 1 dinner and/or fireworks cruise (if you really want to splurge)

    Dinner at Victoria & Albert’s (Chef’s Table if you really want to splurge)
    Dinner at Narcoossee’s (GF)
    Dinner at Jiko’s (AKL)
    Dinner at California Grill (CR)
    Dinner at Flying Fish (BW)
    Dinner at Artist Point (WL)

    Theme Park Tour (MK, Epcot, AK)
    VIP Theme Park Tour (if you really want to splurge)

    Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue
    Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Show

    Fishing Excursion
    Horseback Riding
    Waterskiing
    Parasailing
    Wakeboarding
    Tubing

    Private Golf Lessons
    Private Tennis Lessons

    Golfing
    Miniature Golf
    Tennis

    Richard Petty Driving Experience

    Order an anniversary cake from one of the restaurants
    Order an anniversary gift basket and/or flowers from the Walt Disney World Florist

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    Of course, you can contact the Fairy Tale Weddings folks and look into having a vow renewal. That is what I did for my 20th wedding anniversary two years ago. It was truly a night to remember.

    Congratulations on your upcoming wedding anniversary.
     
  6. pixie08

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    oh Janet you have covered it all:rotfl: There is also a private dining you can set up with the GF...it is supposed to be very romantic and they can bring you out a mini wedding cake as well.

    Personally I like Janet's idea of an intimate vow renewal but that can get pricey!
     
  7. PrincessShanShan

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    Looks like most things have been covered. We did the speciality fireworks cruise and really enjoyed it. It was for dh's birthday (his birthday happened to be during our honeymoon), but it would work just as well for an anniversary. I would have loved to have booked the Grand 1. If it's in your budget, I'd go for that one!
     
  8. DisneyFairy19

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    Get chocolate covered strawberries and champagne delivered to your room... Or check out some of the spa's at Disney. The Mandara Spa at the Dolphin is amazing.. Pretty Pricey but well worth the services:surfweb:
     
  9. Janet2k

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    Shame on me for forgetting to mention the chocolate-covered strawberries: click here.

    And thanks for mentioning the spa services. According to the official WDW website:

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    Grand Floridian Spa & Health Club at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa:


    Relax your body and elevate your spirit in grand style. Treat yourself to pampering massage therapies, facials, body treatments and the use of state-of-the-art fitness machinery at an elegant, full-service spa and health club at Disney's flagship Resort.

    The Spa at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort:

    Pamper yourself with facials, massages and pure indulgences reminiscent of the healing spas of Saratoga Springs, New York. Work out in Disney's premiere fitness facility, make an appointment for a personal training session and take advantage of dry saunas and steam rooms.

    Mandara Spa at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort:

    Indulge all your senses in this Balinese retreat. Relax mind, body and soul as you escape to a total treatment in soothing surroundings. With an overwhelming array of individual programmes and even a spa dedicated to teenagers, there's a pampering program to suit everyone's tastes.

    Spa treatments and fitness facilities are also available at:

    Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge
    Disney's BoardWalk Inn
    Disney's Contemporary Resort
    Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
    Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort
    Disney's Yacht Club Resort

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  10. Janet2k

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    Like you, we've done the fireworks cruises in the Epcot and MK area. I agree that the specialty cruises are a lot of fun.

    Last summer I was a guest on a Grand 1 dessert/fireworks cruise. I don't have many photos to share but do have a few: click here. Our group dined at the Wilderness Lodge that evening and the Grand 1 picked us up after dinner. This was arranged ahead of time.

    Wisbucky, perhaps you could do something like that, too -- dine at a Magic Kingdom Resort (GF, Poly, CR, WL, FW) and have the Grand 1 pick you up after dinner. Then the boat could head to the Magic Kingdom in time for the Wishes fireworks show. It would make for a memorable anniversary.
     
  11. Janet2k

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    Wisbucky, my husband and I have celebrated many wedding anniversaries in WDW. I thought I’d tell you what my husband’s favorite WDW activity is -- a Fishing Excursion. He’d live on an excursion if he could (he’s a die-hard fisherman).

    We’ve had a few vacations where I had to book several of those fishing excursions for him. I remember one year I had to schedule the boat pickups to coincide with our resort-hopping schedule: Grand Floridian, Wilderness Lodge, and Yacht Club. (We may be an old married couple, but we like to sleep around. ;) )

    For most of our anniversaries, we celebrated them at Victoria & Albert’s and also at both the Hoop-Dee-Doo and the Luau. If folks were vacationing with us (which was often the case), we’d include them in our dining plans. All three of those restaurants were fun ones to dine in with a crowd (yes, even Victoria & Albert’s). Those were memorable anniversary meals.

    I was fortunate to have been a guest on a VIP Tour in Disneyland two summers ago and then in Walt Disney World last summer. The VIP Tours were wonderful. The tour can actually accommodate a small group of people, so if you’re traveling with others, they can be included in your tour (the VIP Tour Services folks will fill you in on the tour’s rules). I think a VIP Tour would make for a very fun and memorable anniversary, and I just might do it myself on a future vacation since my husband missed both of the tours that I mentioned (work woes precluded him from joining us on those particular vacations, drats!).
     
  12. Janet2k

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    There are some non-Disney activities to do in the Orlando area. If you're adventurous, consider a hot air balloon ride or a skydiving experience.
     
  13. wisbucky

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    Im sorry for not getting back to this thread but I have read all your posts. and thanks to everyone for your time on this. I liked the idea by Janet2k of a vow renewal. Can anyone tell me some more about it. This would be perfect for DH and I. But I really dont know where to start for something like this.
     
  14. Janet2k

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    Wisbucky, start by perusing the official Fairy Tale Weddings website: click here. Take a look at the current packages that are offered and see if one fits your needs. For example, if it will primarily only be you and your husband at the vow renewal, then the Escape Collection might be right for you. However, if you plan on inviting a lot of folks to your celebration, then either the Wishes Collection or Couture Collection would be more appropriate.

    The sky is really the limit with Disney vow renewals. My husband and I celebrated 20 years of marriage with an evening ceremony inside the Wedding Pavilion, followed by a progressive dinner party inside the Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park. We ended our wedding anniversary with a custom fireworks show that was set to music just for us by Disney's Pyrotechnics folks. It was the perfect way to end an absolutely ~magical~ wedding anniversary.
     
  15. dee slack

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    I've heard about carriage rides at POFQ and Wilderness resort - they sound quite romantic, and I believe you can request drinks etc to take on your ride. I think they are about $35. Maybe someone can elaborate on this for you if you're interested?
     
  16. wisbucky

    wisbucky <font color=purple>I'm feeling stalked<br><font co

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    This is exactly what I was looking for :thumbsup2 ! Thanks so much
     
  17. my4kids2ofeach

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    Sorry to butt in on your thread, but can you please tell me how i could go about getting these items delivered to my room??

    TIA :goodvibes
     

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