Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My husband (31) will have just finished up his bachelor's degree in Information Technology right before we leave. He works full time also and has been working on it for 5 years. What can I do to make it special for him? Kids will be 5 and 7.
- - Asked by Kelly from Ohio on 11/10/2013
- Hi, Kelly!
Your family has helped while your husband has worked hard for five years earning that special degree...what are you going to do now? You're going to Disney World! Woo hoo!
Now, to help him celebrate even more, take a look at some great options on Personal Triumph section of the Customize Your Special Occasion page. First, pick up a complimentary Celebration Button, which will proclaim to Cast Members and Guests alike "I'm celebrating!" Then book a Table Service dining reservation at a restaurant featuring your husband's favorite type of food and order the delivery of a specialty cake to cap off your celebratory meal.
Perhaps you could have T-shirts made which exclaim how proud you all are of his accomplishment, then surprise him by wearing them one morning as you head out to the parks. We always use Disney Store's Create Your Own page when making celebratory T-shirts for our trips to WDW, and have never been dissatisfied with our merchandise.
You could commemorate the trip by booking a Mini Portrait Session from Disney Event Photography. Our session was quick, painless and fun and it preserved that moment in time when we all managed to visit Walt Disney World together for a very special occasion too.
I'm sure your entire gang would love Pirates & Pals Fireworks Voyage, too, Kelly, capping off a fun-filled day with a night of treats, jokes, pirates and a view of Wishes Nighttime Spectacular that's unlike any other.
Send more questions as you think of them, Kelly; we love to help!
Congratulations to your husband from all of us on the Disney Parks Moms Panel, too!
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