Say ‘I Do’ at Disney’s Twilight Zone Tower of Terror! Can you imagine getting married among the glitz and glamour of this amazing hotel? Well, you can! Not gonna lie, this is where I’ll be renewing my vows soon!
Picture it- “Hollywood, 1939. At the height of its golden age, the Hollywood Tower Hotel was a star in its own right.” But now, you get to be the star on your very special day. Just as stunning as the stars that used to visit there (and possibly still do).
A lot of people don’t realize that you can get married inside a Disney Park. But you can. Disney even has a whole website devoted to it. Disney Fairytale Weddings.
As far as the Tower of Terror, you actually get married in the courtyard of the attraction. The venue can accommodate between 10 and 100 guests, in addition to the couple. Disney has a few more important details about using one of their locations:
Loving this venue? Here are some important details to consider when planning your special day.
- Ceremonies begin 1.5 hours after park close.
- Disney chartered transportation is required for this venue.
- Events in outdoor locations may be moved indoors due to inclement weather. A decision will be made a maximum of 5 hours prior to the start time of your event.
- Please be aware that ambient noise may be a factor during your outdoor event.
- Ask your Disney Wedding Consultant for more information on availability.
Say ‘I Do’ to Disney Wedding Photographers
Make sure to grab a Disney photographer to capture your most amazing day. There are Tower of Terror photo shoots that you can set up inside the attraction after hours. Just imagine having the entire hotel to yourself!
Get your photo taken in the lobby of the hotel.
Maybe waiting by the elevators to go up to your room.
Obviously, you’ll need one on the main attraction itself!
There’s so many additional options that you can customize to make your wedding as hauntingly magical as you want. Say ‘I do’ to a Disney wedding. It’s a whole new level of magic. Moreover, having one at the Tower of Terror… I mean, what could go wrong?