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Ok, so, DH and I will be celebrating 5 wonderful years of being married in 2010. We have been talking about renewing our vows. Now, I know that for alot of people, they wait a while, or, have had a very rough situation that they made it through together. Well, like I said, it's only been 5 years, and, we have been lucky enough to not have anything terrible happen. However, on our wedding day, many things went wrong. Well, to begin with, it wasn't really something I planned with my hearts desire. I have a sister and a mother-in-law who I love, but, both have lots of opinions. As a result, I didn't get to make alot of the choices. Some of the choices I did have a say in ended up going wrong at the wedding. Examples: Music to walk down the isle to wass messed up by the people at the venue, our unity sand went missing so we no longer have it, and, they "misplaced" one of our toasting glasses. Now, if you misplace 1 glass, it would make sense, to me at least, to put out 2 matching glasses so when the couple has pictures, the glasses match. Not so in my situation. All our pictures show me with our real toast glass, and dh with just a flute glass. My dream wedding has always been at Disney. But, here's the thing. We will not be able to afford a disney vow renewal. So, does anyone have any suggestions for somewhere in the Disney area for a group of 15-30? It will be a very small, intimate thing.
I don't have any advice, but I want to wish you the best of luck in planning this special event. DH and I would love to renew our vows some day at WDW... this year will be 19 years ... so maybe for our 20th! Sending pixies your way...
You might consider looking at the updated Passporter's Disney Weddings e-book, available for download for free for Passporter Club members--which I see you are! Check and see if it might be affordable for you; if you compare it to somewhere near but outside WDW, the prices might not be so far apart as you think.