Hi everyone! I've been a lurker for awhile and decided to finally post March 8th of this year, the love of my life proposed to me at Magic Kingdom, it was honestly perfect. We were eating lunch at Be Our Guest (I've always admired it and dreamed of dining there from afar, Beauty and the Beast is my favorite), he had stepped away to "go to the bathroom", but was really talking to our server so that he could propose when our dessert came. He didn't get down on one knee, but took my hands across the table as our dessert was set down, and asked me to marry him. He could barely get the words out, we were both choked up and crying. It was so beautiful and perfect, everybody around us applauded. Since then, we have jumped a bit around with ideas for our wedding, but I realized we were worrying about making it the perfect wedding for everyone else, and not ourselves - as it should be. We plan on an intimate gathering, most if not all family, so the Escape package just fits, and it's great for our budget too! So far we know we want to have our wedding sometime around November 2019, definitely a bridal portrait session in MK and back and forth on Cinderella's carriage. We're debating between wedding pavilion or Canada's Terrace, leaning toward the second though. Also have been looking into adding a private meal after, and MAYBE an Epcot dessert party. We've also been thinking about picking a photographer for the day and using the free Disney photographer for the dessert party if we go that route. Not entirely sure if this is all in our budget, which is $12-15, maybe 16. I was wondering if this sounds reasonable to do all this with that budget? Also I was curious if for the Canada Terrace, if the park would be empty and it would just be us and our guests, or would people be walking around the park? And for songs to walk down the aisle and first dance, can these be actual songs or does it have to be played by the musician? And if so, does this mean only Disney songs or can we request any song? And my last question is, will it be strange to have a morning ceremony, brunch/lunch meal (no real reception), and then a 5-8 hour gap until the dessert party? I would love to have guests there but also not sure if it will be considered rude to leave them on their own for a lot of the day. Thank you so much in advance!!