Disney Weddings Series: Disney's Fairytale Honeymoon Registry

Disney weddings are something many a bride will dream about, but more in the realm of possibility for most is simply taking a Disney Honeymoon. A trip to Disney can bring a much needed does of pure fun into a time that can sometimes be a whirlwind of activity, it doesn't matter if this is your first wedding or your third a Disneymoon is always in style. A romantic trip for two (or more if you're blending families) at Walt Disney World Resort that lets you relax and de-stress after your big event.

Disney Fairytale HoneymoonsDisney Fairytale Honeymoons

Disney has teamed up with Honeymoon Wishes to create a unique and exciting bridal registry for gifts centered on honeymoon gifts and experiences. The website is called Disney Fairytale Honeymoons. Through this Honeymoon Registry couples can register their entire honeymoon online. It works just like a wedding registry, only the wedding couple wants to have parts of their honeymoon experience as wedding gifts. For instance, rather than asking your guests for a blender or dishes, you can choose "Theme Park Tickets", Instead of an envelope with cash or a crystal vase, guests can pay for part of the couple's stay on board Disney Cruise Line.

The easy to use design and simple lay out will help any Disney Bride or Groom create a plan for their dream vacation in just a couple of fun and easy steps.

It's Easy to Register for Your Dream TripIt's Easy to Register for Your Dream Trip

Through an easy to use website couples register their honeymoon wishes and the costs of each experience that friends and family can then purchase as a wedding gift. This is just a small (teeny tiny really) sample of some of the things that can be registered for:

  • Accomodations at A Disney Resort Hotel
  • Magic Your Way Tickets
  • Spa Services
  • Dinner at a Signature Restaurant or any restaurant, or the whole dinning plan!
  • Theme Park Souvenirs
  • Water Sports Rentals and Recreation
  • A Specialty Cruise or Tours
  • Disney Floral Packages and In Room Celebrations

Disneymoons Are Great at Any AgeDisneymoons Are Great at Any Age

This state of the art wedding registry offers couples free tools to communicate with their guests during the entire event process. Each is able to create and customize a wedding website, a blog, email wizard, photo album to share and print photos with guests and a Facebook and Twitter uploader. Your dream Disneymoon is just a click away when you register in this fun and exciting way.

Over on our forums, many of our Grown Ups members are talking about their Disneymoons and why it was the only place for them to go after tying the knot. Is it the right way for you to start off a Happily Ever After? Leave a comment below and tell us what you think of registering for a Disneymoon. Want to see what others are saying about their Disneymoons? Stop by our member forums and share your story.

Estelle @ This Happy Place wrote on Thu, 03/21/2013 - 13:38:

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We used the registry for our wedding two years ago, and it was a big hit. Our guests liked it because it was easy to use for them too. That's a huge deal. It should be said that even though people are buying you a meal at a certain restaurant all the money goes to one card, and you can really use it as you please. We already had reservations to the places we asked for, but back then, the website wasn't always that up to date and we had to smudge a few things. (Also we stayed at BLT and I called Disney a few times because that wasn't one of the hotels available on the registry.)

All in all, it really worked out. Our guests were so generous that we were able to pay for all of our meals and then some. I would definitely recommend it to other people who are having a Disney honeymoon.

Kristen K. wrote on Fri, 03/22/2013 - 13:59:

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How fantastic Estelle! Thanks so much for sharing your experience, Super glad to hear that your guests found it really easy to use.

coreyp wrote on Mon, 03/25/2013 - 03:00:

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My DW and I used the registry too, and it was great! It's a much nicer way of asking for money towards the honeymoon rather than physical gifts, and your guests really get excited about giving money towards some of the fun things you can register for. Like Estelle said, you get money put into one pot so you can use it towards anything, which is great. One of our wedding guests purchased the Bride and Groom Minnie/Mickey ears, and we wanted to have them at the wedding so we bought them on our own, but when we had them on the head table at the reception the guest who purchased them lit up with excitement that we got them, because she wasn't sure how it worked. Not knowing if they would be at our resort, or if we picked them up in WDW. Overall, it was easy to set up for my DW and I, and it was easy for the guests to use as well. They also make it very easy to print the gift list for thank you cards as well. I HIGHLY recommend it to other couples thinking of going to WDW for their honeymoon.

Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 03/27/2013 - 13:18:

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Awesome Corey, thanks so much for sharing your registry story!

Mark Beallo wrote on Tue, 06/23/2015 - 22:00:

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Hi. I'm getting conflicting info about the cost of the honeymoon registry on the WDW website. It's my understanding that the site is handled by Honeymoon Wishes.

The question is whether there is a fee for using this registry. I have read on various sites that the service is "complimentary." However, it's my understanding from someone that I understood to be an agent with Honeymoon Wishes that there is a fee of 7%, i.e., a guest spends $100 and the couple receives $93.

Can someone clarify for me?


Kristen K. wrote on Tue, 06/23/2015 - 23:33:

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Hi Mark!

According to the Disney Registry Website there is a service fee. You can find out more information on the following page.


Jordin wrote on Mon, 12/12/2016 - 04:25:

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Hi I was wondering how soon you should register for this sense everything I have read says you need to book most things 6 months in advance and also with it being around Christmas I didn't know if that was worse? Thank you in advance

Kristen K. wrote on Mon, 12/12/2016 - 16:47:

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Hi Jordin! When you're talking Disney weddings you really need to be on top of things about a year in advance, however if you're just talking about the gift registry I think 6 months would be just fine.

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