I've still got those creepy Precious Moments "wedding essentials" on my mind and it's led me to think about the youngness of people who get married. And that led to other kids' stuff mixing with wedding stuff. Now I'm under the impression that if you insist on having your wedding or honeymoon at Disney World, then you might be too young to be married. Think about it. Disney is for kids. They say it's for families and that's why the have some rides for the grown-ups, but really, it's about branding children from a young age so they'll be able to take your money for a lifetime.
If you love Disney that much, then you'll most likely have kids that you can take to Disneyland or Disney World some day. So don't you want to take one grown-up vacation while you have the opportunity? On one forum I read the post of a bride who was looking into either a cruise or a Disney World honeymoon. Someone suggested as a compromise going to Disneyland instead for a couple days then cruising from Los Angeles to Mexico. She responded that wasn't an option because they live in Anaheim so go to Disneyland all the time and want to do something different for their honeymoon. What? If you really want to do something different, go to Hawaii, go to Europe, go to the Florida Keys... Don't go to Disney World!
I know it's your wedding so of course you have to do your own thing. But if children's cartoon characters are the central theme of your wedding, and your last name isn't Disney... all I'm saying is that Disney is for kids and marriage is for grown-ups.