Dessert Party in Magic Kingdom

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  1. FSU Girl

    FSU Girl DIS Veteran

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    I really wanted to do a wedding Dessert Party in Magic Kingdom, but they told me they don't offer that, only at Epcot and Hollywood Studios for Fantasmic. I'm wondering why, is it because Magic Kingdom is always crowded? They offer a normal dessert party, which can't they allow an option to buy that out?
     
  2. lurkyloo

    lurkyloo The Attic was just perfect!

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    Because they are controlled by two different departments. The public dessert party is managed by the food and beverage team. Private events are done by Disney Catered Events/Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings. The only way to have any kind of private event inside Magic Kingdom is to do a big corporate buyout like companies do for their employees or to have the $80,000++ After-Hours Wedding after the park closes (which means no fireworks, unless you pay for a private display).

    Disney Catered Events has offered "private"ish events in the past at Storybook Circus, Tortuga Tavern and Tomorrowland Terrace while the park is open to day guests, but you can't see the fireworks from any of those locations.
     
  3. FSU Girl

    FSU Girl DIS Veteran

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    Thank you for the answer. That’s too bad it’s my favorite firework show I would have loved to have my dessert party there
     
  4. BecBennett

    BecBennett Statistically, 6 out of 7 dwarves are not happy.

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    There are locations outside the park that you can still see the fireworks from and could have a dessert party at though - Sago Cay Point for one.
     
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  5. Traveliz

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    We had a beautiful dessert party at the Grand Floridian marina and Sago Cay.
     

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