Disney EchoEar Grand Mouseter
Joined: April 1992
||Posted: June 21, 2004, 9:02 pm
|Quote (WebTink @ June 21, 2004 11:55 am/pm)|
|I enjoyed the show very much; watched it with my DD13 who isn't much of a romantic, but I saw her eyes twinkle a little bit. We especially loved the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party--the cake was so cool! It would be fun to just have that party with some girlfriends.|
$70,000 would sure be a nice down payment on a house, wouldn't it? I'd rather give that to my kids if I happened to have $70,000 laying around! Was it my imagination, or did that groom already looked beat down by that bride? She was obviously going to get her way no matter what! I hope he's prepared to do that the rest of their lives! ( Frankly, he looked about 15 to me and in no position to be getting married-but what do I know?! )
That Alice in Wonderland tea party cake was spectacular.
And fillings that include "passion fruit mousse" and "Bailey's Irish Cream Mousse" , oh be still my heart....
Becky, I noticed the same thing about the featured couple's groom, how he had, shall we say, "few words to say" at least in how the show was edited for air. $70K, whoo... That's most of a starter home or half to one-third of a lot of homes today. It's a couple of Mercedes-Benz's .
They said you could spend up to hundreds of thousands for a wedding. To be married in front of Cinderella's Castle really does cost mega-bucks, I think it has to be done in the early hours when the park is closed for guests before opening but someone do please correct me on this. Can you imagine trying to make Cinderella's Royal Table for a breakfast character dining Priority Seating but you arrive to find a Disney Fairy Tale Wedding going on right in front of the Castle?