On Thursday, the theme park announced that it's planning on opening a wedding venue in the heart of Epcot
Disney World is ready to add a dash of magic to your wedding ceremony!
On Thursday, the theme park announced that it's planning on opening a wedding venue in the heart of Epcot in Orlando, Florida. According to a press release, the venue will be available to book private, after-hours ceremonies and receptions taking place January 2025 and beyond.
"As a wedding venue, the gardens evolve from gorgeous to jaw-dropping with a unique lighting display that sparkles on Spaceship Earth, the 18-story geosphere and EPCOT icon, which provides the backdrop for World Celebration Gardens," the press release revealed.
"The custom lighting enhancement features dazzling lights and changing color patterns all choreographed to music, creating a moment that happy couples and their guests will cherish forever," the announcement added.
In addition to Epcot, over 100 other Disney theme parks, resorts and cruise ships around the world also provide opportunities for couples to tie the knot. Among those on that list is Disneyland.
In the press release, Disney also announced that couples getting married at Disneyland Resort in California will be able to elevate their wedding experience with the new Cinderella Platinum Coach. The newest coach is adorned with details inspired by Disney’s classic love story featuring a pumpkin canopy and an interior shrouded in delicate vines with more than 75 hand-shaped leaves.
The coach will be available beginning March 2024, and it will round out the trio of carriages that includes the Cinderella Coach at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and the Disney Fairy Tale Carriage at Disneyland Paris.
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Wedding-planning Disney fans can also look forward to a new selection of Disney princess-inspired wedding gowns. The 2024 collection with Allure Bridals is available starting February 1 and features 18 gowns, two for each princess.
The creations are “adorned with countless details and feature innovative fabrics, including a signature sparkle tulle on a Jasmine-inspired gown and a laser-cut whimsical lace design on soft satin to adorn a Rapunzel-inspired style."
According to a press release from Disney, “Each dress evokes the spirit of its namesake princess to capture the bride’s own style and personality. It’s a blend of elegance and fun that can make each bride feel like a princess on the wedding day.”
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