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According to USA Today, die hard Disney couples can now get married in front of Cinderella's Castle at Disney World Florida. Having the blue and white towers as the backdrop to your wedding is enchanting enough, but the perks really seal the magical deal. Grooms will roll up to the ceremony, located in a gorgeous garden facing the castle, in a "vintage jitney." As for the bride? We're pretty sure you already know where this is going. Your future Mrs. will arrive in the princesses. Flippin'. Carriage. 

BYE.

If you thought that was it, you have a lot to learn about Disney World. "Royal coachmen" are by your side as you trot into Magic Kingdom's East Plaza Garden. Literal trumpeters welcome you as you arrive at your ceremony. We can't. The possible downsides? Weddings are only held at 9:30 a.m. and the park is open during your ceremony. If you're more of a private couple, you may not appreciate screaming children in Mickey ears peeping in on your big day. At least your wedding won't take place at midnight, saving you from the whole carriage-to-pumpkin fiasco. Disney is famous for holding fairy tale weddings already, which start at $2,500. Expect a Magic Kingdom ceremony to set you back at least $75,000, however. For the Disney couple, we're willing to bet that's a nonissue. 

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