Wedding Times

Discussion in 'Disney Weddings and Honeymoons' started by Allisonjane, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. Allisonjane

    Allisonjane Mouseketeer

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    My travel agent has finally got back to me to say yes we can get married at sunset pointe in september, they have reserved a time of 2:30, i had originally requested 3:30 or 4 o'clock. Is this because disney only do weddings at set times, if so what times are they?
     
  2. orangetiggs

    orangetiggs Married my sweetheart in DISNEY!!!!!

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    congrats on getting your weddin time, we are still too far out to book ours so i dont really know about times sorry i cant help
     
  3. pepples22

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    I am getting married at 10am - I was also offered 5pm but that was the wedding pavilion. Sorry I can't be much more help.
     
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  5. princessdisneybelle

    princessdisneybelle DIS Veteran

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    Yes they only have certain times.
     
  6. Allisonjane

    Allisonjane Mouseketeer

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    so does anyone knows what the times are at sunset pointe? because i think id prefer the wedding a bit later
     
  7. ChocolateMouse

    ChocolateMouse For the love of the mouse... and chocolate!

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    If all intimate locations are the same, then it's 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., but don't quote me on that. Those were the choices given to me for Sea Breeze Point.

    I spent hours deciding which time would be the best for me. 10:00 a.m. is too early, especially for those who are visiting from the west coast (that's 7:00 a.m. Pacific time). 12:00 p.m. is just about right and could include a lunch reception but too far away from a dinner reception. 2:30 allows you plenty of time to get ready without panic, but cuts the day in half. 5:00 is perfect to lead into a dinner reception, but that's a lot of hours before the ceremony. Your guests can enjoy a theme park for part of the day, but it's a lot of extra time for the bride and groom.

    In addition, the Wedding Pavillion has a 7:30 p.m. time. You'll see the sunset during your ceremony.
     
  8. Raspberry Bubbles

    Raspberry Bubbles I was Cinderella for the day!

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    Is this the same for Custom Weddings? That sounds about right I guess - it makes things easier for bookings that way.
     
  9. Allisonjane

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    thanks chocolatemouse, i've asked my travel agent but they have to email their wedding dept and then disney so it'll be about a week before i get reply. I cant decide what time to go for, originally i wanted to do wishes cruise but i'll have a one year old so worried she may get scared of the fireworks. If i go for 5pm we could have dinner at 7pm and then watch wishes and water pageant from the polynesian, if it was 2:30 there would be alot of waiting around.
     

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