Can you feel the love tonight?
Originally published by Travel + Leisure
Die-hard Disney fans have been able to tie the knot at Magic Kingdom for a couple of months now—Disney started offering it in April 2016—but only during daytime park hours. This means you'd have your friends and family there to witness your nuptials—as well as thousands of other parkgoers.
Now, with the introduction of a Magic Kingdom Park After-Hours Package, you can get married under the stars, after the park is closed.
The whole experience is incredibly plush: the ceremony can accommodate up to 300 guests, and couples get to say their vows in front of Cinderella's Castle.
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Couples can also opt for add-ons like horse-drawn carriage ride and fireworks. After the ceremony, the wedding party and attendees will be treated to a candle-lit dinner at Fantasyland.
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