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  • On Apr 7, 2015
    Jeremy from ND Asked

    My fiancee and I just booked our honeymoon for WDW in Aug. We were wondering if there is anyway we can let them know it's for our honeymoon, and if there are any special perks we can get for that? Thanks

    Hi Jeremy,

    I would call and have it noted on your reservation that you will be on your honeymoon for this vacation and if you have any special dining plans I would try to have it noted there as well. There are no special perks but it doesn't hurt to make the Cast Members aware just in case there is some extra pixie dust available! You can also pick up "Happily Ever After" buttons at your resort or Guest Relations at the parks. Wearing those buttons will invite congratulatory comments from Cast Members and fellow Guests. 

    And don't forget you can purchase bride and groom Mickey Mouse ears to wear in the parks. The ears are certainly a fun way to celebrate your marriage!

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Please let me know if I can help you with any other questions! 

    Wishing you a magical vacation, and a long, happy life together,
    Amy H
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