First Steps for the Newly Engaged – 2017 Edition!

Christmas and New Year’s Eve are the most popular holidays for proposals, and if you recently became engaged, congratulations! For the first episode of the New Year, I’m taking a fresh look at “First Steps for the Newly Engaged” to reflect the brand-new 2017 pricing for all three Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings collections at Walt Disney World.

Whether you’ve been planning your Disney wedding in your head for years or you just discovered that Disney does weddings, today’s show has the steps and tips that will set you on the path to your dream Disney’s Fairy Tale Wedding. Disney bride Alexandra Alerta and I will help you with the first four crucial steps: figure out if you can afford a Disney wedding, pick a date, estimate the number of guests, and prepare for your first call to Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings.

Resources

•  Memories Collection Overview 

•  Escape Collection Overview & FAQ

•  Mini Wishes Catered Event Overview (Update: 50-guest max and only available January – April and July – August)

•  Wishes Collection Overview

•  How To Have A Wishes Wedding For The Minimum Expenditure 

•  Disneyland Escape Collection Events

•  Cruise Collection Overview

CLICK HERE to listen now! Option-click or right-click to download an MP3!

Engagement Photos © Disney Fine Art Photography / Wedding Photos © Captured By Elle

 

2 thoughts on “First Steps for the Newly Engaged – 2017 Edition!

  1. I love your podcasts! My fiance and I have just begun to think about having a WDW wedding… we think we just figured out the “can we afford it?” step!

    Quick question: We are considering a Wishes Catered Event experience. We noticed some of the brides you have featured have had these types of events during “high season.” In your experience, does Disney Fairytale Weddings sometimes offer this “Mini-Wishes” discount in “high season” months like September-October?

    1. Hi Jacquelyn! Unfortunately, the high-season/low-season thing is new for 2017, so the brides I’ve interviewed who held their Mini Wishes Catered Event Experience wedding during what is now high season all had their events before the new pricing structure kicked in. If you can move you event to low season, it’ll be worth it. Frankly, I’m not sure why a month like September qualifies as high season considering the rest of Disney prices it like low season (and the weather’s terrible to boot!)…

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