Disneymoon Ideas?

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Disneymoon Ideas?

Hey Everyone!
My boyfriend proposed to me on New Years Eve/Day 2017. We both had the flu and as the vows go "in sickness and in health." It was still very romantic. We are planning to go to WDW for our Disneymoon and it will also be our 1st trip there.

We are planning on going Mid to late January to early February 2019 for 2 Weeks!!!

Any advice or ideas on what to do there, where to eat, stay whatever will be very appreciated and welcome.

Thank You!!! mickey

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One of my all time favorite things we did on our Honeymoon was dinner at the California Grill during Wishes. We did this our first night there and it was amazing. We had the best waiter that night who was amazing and sat next to a couple who had been going to Disney for 20+ years that were really nice. The food was to die for and I totally cried during wishes when they did the part of "some day my prince will come."

We also did Hoop Dee Doo Review which was my husbands favorite event of our trip.

I would suggest 100% wearing the wedding Mickey and Minnie ears as well as just married pins which you can get at the front desk of your resort. We got lots of special treatment. Actually we had Mr and Mrs shirts on the day we flew to Disney and we ended up with a huge bottle of Champagne from SouthWest airlines. But throughout the whole trip we had free desert at almost every restaurant. One place we got free champagne and dessert and we got lots of congratulations. We also go front row seating in most rides and shows and we also sometimes got the whole rides to ourselves. Granted we went in September with very minimal crowds, but there were still others inline when we got whole rides to ourselves.

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That is a BIG question! First thing that you should know, is that you will not be able to see and do it all, you just can't. Once people understand that, it makes letting go of trying to fit it all in so much easier. It's your honeymoon, you should relax and enjoy yourself.

I would start by making a list of maybe 10 things that each of you really want to do. Take that list of 20 "musts" and use them to prioritize the rest of your vacation.

Buy a couple good Guide books. Passporter, Unofficial Guide, Birnbaum and use them to make your lists and start your research. Use great online resources like the Disney Food Blog to help you figure out restaurants and navigating the dining system. DFB has an eBook that is really fantastic and covers everything you need to know about disney dining.

Since you're right at the beginning of your planning you have a lot to do in narrowing down your choices! Tell us more about what you hope to get out of this trip. What are your priorities?

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Hopefully the Epcot International Festival of the Arts will do well this year and they will keep bringing it back. This is a great addition this time of the year with the food booths and arts! We had a blast today! The food is amazing and the art is out of this world!

Aside from the festivals, Epcot is our favorite park as a couple. Strolling the countries in the evening (heck, even during the day) is romantic!

You can pretty much make anything at Disney romantic. Sitting on the balcony at AKL, strolling around the Tree of Life, Sitting near Cinderella Castle late at night enjoying each others company, dinners at at Signature restaurant, ect.

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JMed wrote:
Aside from the festivals, Epcot is our favorite park as a couple. Strolling the countries in the evening (heck, even during the day) is romantic!

I also feel like Epcot is the best Park for couples, with Animal Kingdom coming in second. They just have a more romantic vibe to me. Epcot has so many great restaurants, some are super romantic IMHO. Cocktails on the Animal Kingdom's Nomad Lounge porch overlooking the Pandora jungle... very romantic.