Have Your Own Royal Wedding at Disney World

After watching the Royal Wedding this morning I thought of how it was every girls dream to be a princess. The chance of becoming one now that Prince Williams is off the market is slim, but that does not mean you can not have a princess wedding. What better place to feel like a princess than to have a dream wedding at Disney World.  

I happened to be walking through the Grand Floridian a few years back while a wedding was in progress and it was by far the most beautiful wedding I had seen. Disney is the best at what they do and who better to plan a perfect wedding than the Disney staff.  Hundreds of Disney guests dressed in anything from pajamas to wedding gowns gathered today at Disney’s Wedding Pavillion to watch the Royal Wedding.

If you dream of having your own Royal Wedding at Disney and it is just not in the wedding budget then enter the Happily Ever After contest at Disneyfamily.com for your own chance to have a Disney dream wedding. The grand prize winner and along with three guests will receive a five-day, four-night trip that includes hotel stay; five-day park-hopper tickets; $500 Disney gift card for the winner; wedding ceremony or ceremonial celebration for winner and partner; Cinderella coach ride to ceremony or celebration; photography package; cake and champagne toast; limousine transportation to and from ceremony; $1,000 Alfred Angelo wedding dress gift card for the winner; and a cash prize of $2,500 to help defray any taxes payable as result of winning the prize.

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