A couple weeks ago, I got to experience something most people will not, a Disney wedding. What makes it even better was I was able to turn that one joyous day into a week-long vacation...WOOHOO! I had the luxury of going, because two good friends of mine met each other there on the Disney college program a few years prior. They worked there for two semesters, each working different rides of the park. Steve worked the jungle cruise, while Lisa worked It's A Small World, and from there, their love blossomed.
So a couple years later, we are sitting outside of The Yacht Club at Disney's Boardwalk. The boardwalk is set to resemble Atlantic City circa 1930, so imagine buildings that are painted either white, or a pastel color. The setting was lovely, the weather perfect, and the bride was beautiful. Once the ceremony was finished, we head to the Boardwalk Dance Hall, where we had delicious food, good music, and great times. Oh, and I have to mention the mash potato bar. That was delicious and amazing. Garlic mash potatoes served in cocktail glasses with your choice of several toppings...mmmmmm. Lisa had designed their wedding cake, which resembled the two rides they worked on together. It was really creative.
Now, since this was an "out-of-the-ordinary" wedding, we received an "out-of-the-ordinary" wedding favor, a tote bag. What's so "out-of-the-ordinary" with a tote bag, you ask? Well this tote bag was hand screen printed by the bride and groom themselves, and it was an eco-friendly promotional product. I thought it a unique and fun favor, plus it came in handy throughout out the next few days in the theme parks. We didn't need any of the harmful plastic bags for any of the goods we purchased. All in all, it was a magical event, and I was glad to be a part of it.