Disney Royal Treatment

Find out how Disney can help make your child's dream come true or fulfill your desires to have a fairy-tale wedding at Walt Disney World.

The Disney Royal Treatment creates one-of-a-kind dream vacations, where you can travel to exotic lands, embark on heart-pounding adventures or relax in blissful solitude.

Princess for a Day
Little girls can live their dreams of being a princess for a day at Disney World. They are transformed into their favorite fairy tale maidens and spend the day hanging out with storybook friends.

Princesses begin at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, where they're transformed into their favorite Disney diva, from the tiara to glass slippers. Children have the opportunity to become Disney leading ladies, including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Ariel and Jasmine.

With princess bags in hand and crowns firmly on their heads, girls can quickly capture a moment with their fairy godmothers. Part of this full-service package deal includes a photo shoot at the boutique and the availability of Disney photographers that are on call all around the park as part of their PhotoPass Service.

After their photo shoot, parents can arrange for their young princess to have lunch with Cinderella herself at the Royal Table inside her castle. The Storybook Lunch in Epcot's Norway Pavilion offers an additional opportunity for children to eat a meal with several princesses. It's a flavorful feast served in the Norwegian Castle with a gathering of everyone's favorite princesses as its crowning glory.

The Pirate and Princess Party
This is an incredible Magic Kingdom after-hours experience. Children arrive via train and have the run of the park -- that means no lines for Space Mountain, Dumbo or any other ride. They also get to choose between being a pirate or a princess for the night. Pirates get a little treasure pouch and go in search of treasure and chocolate doubloons in the Magic Kingdom. Along the way, they run into pirate coves where Captain Jack Sparrow teaches the buccaneers how to sword fight.

Those who want to be princesses attend a meet and greet where they are able to spend time with the royal princesses. Children get the opportunity to visit with the Disney princesses and create some memorable, magical moments.

Other festivities at this after-hours extravaganza include "Seabastian's Under the Sea Dance Party" and the "Enchanted Adventures Parade."  An orchestrated fireworks display lights up the Magic Kingdom sky, capping off the evening with an awe-inspiring finale.

Fairy Tale Wedding
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings has hosted over 30,000 weddings since they opened in 1991. On average they help organize and perform 1,500 weddings a year for people from all around the world.Franck Studios is home to the dedicated wedding consultants at the heart of Fairy Tale Weddings in Walt Disney World. Couples choose the cake, flowers and other details with a team of experts.

A Mad Hatter Bridal Tea Party offers brides-to-be a unique affair for friends and family. Disney��s impeccable service gives you the opportunity to choose a full champagne brunch or a more moderately priced dessert tea. Characters are a popular and whimsical way to customize an event as well.  Photo opportunities with fairy tale favorites provide guests with a wonderful souvenir that will make the experience memorable for years to come.  

On the big day, Disney's Wedding Team effortlessly coordinates the behind-the-scenes events. They even provide the bride with regal transportation -- a coach pulled by six Welsh ponies and guided by a coachman and 2 footmen in stately regalia. Couples can then exchange vows at 1 of Disney's many picturesque locations like the Disney's Yacht Club Resort, the outdoor pavilion at Disney's Boardwalk Resorts or the Eiffel Tower replica in the France pavilion at the World Showcase.

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