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  • Me and my husband are celebrating our 2 year anniversary and we are taking my in laws and it will be there first time in Disney World plus there 30 year anniversary and my mother in-laws birthday. Any special things we can get at the restaurants? If so how
  • - Asked by Nicole on 9/7/2013
  • Hi Nicole,

    What wonderful celebrations you will be enjoying while at Walt Disney World!

    You should list your celebrations on your resort reservation. This lets the cast members there know they have guests with special celebrations. 

    I encourage you to list these celebrations on your Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs). This alerts the servers that you are celebrating a birthday and two anniversaries. As for what you will get, it is up to the individual restaurant to prepare the celebration and it is optional.

    Some restaurants bring out a special dessert. Some restaurants offer you a class of champagne or other cocktail. You might even get the grey stuff as it is delicious!

    Your Disney resort will have celebration pins or you can grab them at the theme parks to wear!

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
    Beth
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