Great Job, Internet!: Read This: The many weird realities of getting married at Walt Disney World

Landing a husband, preferably a handsome prince, has been a priority for Disney heroines since 1937. More than any other movie studio, Walt Disney has defined what a wedding ceremony is, could be, and should be. Lavish nuptials are a third-act staple of the company’s animated productions, so it’s only natural that people want to have their own, nonanimated weddings at a genuine Disney theme park. Upwards of 5,000 couples do this every year at Walt Disney World in Florida. Over at Racked, writer Carlye Wisel tells their story in an article entitled “Princess For A Day, Disney Bride For Life.” As that name indicates, a Disney wedding is not something to be entered into lightly. Couples exchanging vows at The Happiest Place On Earth are entering into an entire complicated subculture, complete with its own guidebooks, podcasts, and Facebook support groups. The brides even refer to …

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