Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My daughter is graduating high school and college, so I am sending her to disney world on March 27. Is there any way to make her trip special? I'm sending her with her best friend, and it's going to be their first time at the parks.
- - Asked by Danielle from Ohio on 2/28/2014
- Hello Danielle! I also went to Walt Disney World with my best friend to celebrate my college graduation. We had so much fun, and made tons of memories together that I will cherish forever. I see it is going to be her first time at the parks as well, that will make it even more magical. I have a few ideas to share with you to help make this the BEST TRIP EVER, for your daughter.
If your daughter is staying at at Disney Resort hotel, I recommend having the fine folks at Disney Floral and Gifts congratulate her in grand Disney style with an in-room celebration. My Magical Triumph Celebration sounds like a practically perfect way to say happy graduation to your daughter. She would be welcomed with plenty of in-room decorations and surprises, and I know it would make even a teenager smile!
Another option would be to have a custom cake delivered to a dining reservation your daughter and her friend may be holding. As long as you know the time and place of the reservation you can order a special cake to celebrate her big achievement. The number for the Walt Disney World Cake Hotline is (407) 827-2253, they would be happy to help you pick the perfect cake to celebrate her graduation.
These are just a small sampling of the ideas I can share with you because of my limited response space. If you have any other questions or want a few more ideas please let me know. I hope your daughter has the time of her life!
Have a Truly Terrific Day,
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