Character Dining and other entertainment meals
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I know I am probably thinking WAY too ahead on this, but when DF and I go to WDW for our honeymoon in June 2010, I want to do some character dinners and other entertainment meals. We have already talked about and agreed to CRT (his idea "You should be able to feel like a princess in a castle on our honeymoon.") and CP (I gotta have my Tigger meal). We have also discussed Ohana for a meal with Stitch. What other entertainment/character meals would you recommend for honeymooners?
Oh yeah, we have already decided that we want to stay at the Contemporary and get the Platinum Dining plan so we can take advantage of the extras like the unlimited tours and recreations and the cruise and spa treatment.
Sounds like you are on the right track already - I say do whatever character meals and as many of them as you wish - there will be other "adult only" parties there! DH & I went without DD a few years ago and we had 4 character meals!!!
Our favorites are:
1900 Park Fare (both breakfast & dinner)
and hopefully the Donald Safari breakfast will be added to our list!
And by the way - never too soon to start planning!
I heartily recommend the dinner at 1900 Park Fare. The buffet food here is usually excellent and you can't beat the character interaction with Cinderella, Prince Charming, the wicked Stepmother and the two Stepsisters. And I'm sure you'd get special attention if you let it be known that you're on your honeymoon.
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Have you thought about doing the Spirit of Aloha Luau? As far as character meals, I definitely recommend the 1900 Park Fare for dinner. We also really enjoyed Cape May Cafe at the Beach Club for character dining. On our trip in October 2006, DH and I did 7 character meals and had a blast. Have fun planning!
If you have wedding ears or the Just Married pins at CRT you will get some really awesome champagne glasses!
I also think 50s Prime time would be fun. If you want to do the Sci Fi drive-in, we love it for lunch but are not big fans of the dinner. The Fantasmic dinner package is worth it since you will be going during a busy time, that is if you want to see Fantasmic. It is my favorite late hours show, which says a lot because I LOVE Illuminations at Epcot!
I agree that 1900 Park Faire and the luau would be awesome additions. I also love Chef Mickey's, breakfast or dinner is good. Liberty Tree Tavern is a nice homey meal and we've had good experiences with the characters there.
My husband and I honeymooned at GF 10 years ago this Sept. (eek) and I still remember how much fun we had at th Luau. They make a special point of acknowledging honeymooners and it's a real memorable experience. We also did Victoria & Albert's but IMHO, I'd skip it. Go for the fun!! We also did 1900 Park Fare (dinner) and 50's PTC and both were a blast.
we ate breakfest at cp with pooh,eyeor, tigger and piglet for dd5th b-day, make sure you tell them about your happy day before you sit down at any charecter meal. they usually do something special. for dd 5 th they gave her a cupcake and a signature of all charecters.