After getting engaged in Disney Land Paris, we thought it would be fitting to carry on where we started by jetting off to Disney World in Florida for our honey moon! I am beyond excited for this. I was last in Disney World last July in 2016. I imagined our honey moon on a tropical beach, lounging around sipping cocktails, however I felt that I would get a little restless and bored doing this for a solid two weeks. I always had Disney in the back of my mind, so when Dino actually suggested going I jumped at the chance. We decided it would be perfect for us.
We booked directly through the Disney World website. I heard that this was the best place for deals, and over all it made the process really straight forward as it was all in the one place. At the time of booking we were lucky enough to take advantage of the free Disney dining plan offer, as well as 14 days for the price of 7 days park tickets. This meant that we saved a lot of money, which is crucial just now with the wedding.
This trip will be the first time I’ll be staying on Disney property at a Disney hotel. We decided on Caribbean Beach Resort. Although this resort is currently undergoing refurbishment, we decided to stay here regardless, as we don’t feel like the construction will bother us too much. I feel that the rooms look new and comfortable, and the location of the resort is great as it is so close to the parks.
We opted to stay with the Quick Service Dining Plan instead of upgrading to the Table Service Plan not to just save money, but from other blogs and reviews I have read I feel that the options you have for quick service dining will be great for us. There are however a few select restaurants we want to try such as Be Our Guest where I feel we can splash out on a meal.
Since booking I’ve been watching endless Disney World vlogs to get me more excited, as well as eyeing up Mr & Mrs Disney merchandise (Minnie bridal ears here I come!)
If you have any recommendations for things for us to see and do at Disney please let me know.
So he put a ring on it… In Disney! I am absolutely over the moon to announce that my boyfriend and I are now engaged.
A few weeks ago I was surprised with an amazing trip to Disneyland Paris for the long weekend, and little did I know that Dino was planning on popping the question right next to the wishing well by Sleeping Beauty’s Castle.
We had the most perfect few days just enjoying our time together and taking in all of the magic, before getting back to reality and celebrating with our family and friends.
So over the next few months please excuse all of the wedding planning chat!
I guess Disney really is where your dreams come true!
“Some people are worth melting for”
These cute snowman biscuits are very simple and easy to make, and are perfect for any Disney lovers out there!
White Icing (I just used icing sugar & water)
Icing tubes (preferably black)
Orange jelly tots- or similar orange sweets
Optional- Raspberry or strawberry jam
This first part is optional- you can make a simple empire biscuit style cookie by sandwiching jam in-between two digestives.
Next, mix up your icing to a reasonably thick consistency and place into a piping bag with a thin nozzle. Pipe the icing onto the digestive biscuit into a puddle shape, and don’t worry if you get any icing off of the biscuit- it just adds to the effect!
On a marshmallow, pipe two eyes and a button mouth to create the face of a snowman using the icing tubes. For the snow mans carrot style nose, I trimmed an orange Jelly Tot into a wedge triangle shape and placed it onto the middle of the marshmallow using a dap of icing.
Place the marshmallow onto the biscuit to create the illusion of a melting snowman!
Lastly, use the icing tubes to pipe wooden stick arms and buttons onto the icing puddle on the biscuit.
It’s a difficult choice deciding which Disney World park comes out on top, but I have to say it’s definitely a tie between the fairy tale of Magic Kingdom and glitz of Hollywood Studios… However, today I’ll be chatting all about my day trip to Hollywood Studios!
As soon as you enter the park you feel as though you are transported back into Hollywood’s golden age. Hollywood Boulevard is lined with various Disney shops, with a few classic Hollywood landmarks along the way. This first part of the park really sets the scene.
The first ride we went on was the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, and we had to go on this more than once! It was a different story for the Tower of Terror… One ride was enough for me thanks!
We just had to go and see Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage. The broadway style musical was packed and is a must see when visiting the park. Beauty and the Beast is one of my favourite classic Disney films, I couldn’t help but sing a long!
We decided to ditch the fast food stall for lunch and have a sit down meal in one of Disney’s many restaurants. We chose Disney’s Prime Time Cafe, and we were glad we did! Again, Disney did a fabulous job transporting you back in time. It was just as though you were in an American 50’s style home, complete with TV style dinner meat loaf!
Star Wars has made a huge appearance throughout the park. Which I loved as a recently converted fan! You can meet all your favourite character like Chewbacca, and take a trip on their new ride Star Tours.
Near the end of the day we ventured into Pixar Place. I loved this part of the park. It was just like you were in a movie, with hanging barrel of monkeys above you a giant etch-a-sketch! My all time favourite ride in the whole park was here… Toy Story Mania! It’s a 4D ride where you need to shoot moving targets. Perfect for big kids like me!
The only thing I was disappointed with was finding out that the Mr Golds Pawn Shop front from Once Upon a Time was gone! They had to take it down to make way for the future refurbishment of the park. Although it was such a small part of the park, as a big fan of the show I was so excited to see it. Lets hope that when the park is revamped they make Once Upon a Time a bigger part of it!