Hi! I need some cheap ideas for making my sister's grad. school graduation seem more special. Disney florist is too expensive, but I want her to know I'm proud. Does it cost extra to get writing on the normal dessert plates/is that an option? thanks!
- Asked by Maria on 1/7/2013
Hi Maria! How sweet of you to want to do something special for your sister's graduation. I assure you there are lots of little ways to show her you're proud of her without spending a lot of money.
First, when you arrive at your... read more
Kay, last question from Ester. I hope you don't mind. I would like to do an activity alone (without kids and grandkids) and I am thinking of a tour. Do you agree? Have you been on any that you might recommend? Thank you for all your kind assistance.
- Asked by Ester from MN on 1/6/2009
Ester I love answering your questions! I have been on many of the tours and there hasn't been one that I didn't enjoy. I have learned about the dolphins at Living Seas, walked the Utilidors under the Magic Kingdom, and was eye to eye with a... read more
We wil be at WDW June 14-20! Do the graduation buttons have a place to put the person’s name?
- Asked by Jessica from TX on 5/11/2009
There are free "What Will You Celebrate" buttons for many occasions, but currently the only ones that have a space to write in a name are the birthday buttons.
Congrats to the grad in your group!
I am planning a trip to Disney to celebrate my daughter's graduation from college. She wants to see the Christmas parade in Magic Kingdom. Our tentative dates are Dec. 27, 2012 - January 1, 2013. Just making sure parade will be taking place.
- Asked by Darla on 3/24/2012
Congratulations to your daughter. College graduation is quite an accomplishment!
Unfortunately, I have some bad news on the Christmas parade front. The Christmas parade that's televised is actually taped in advance. The exact date... read more
My family is visiting WDW in June and my highschooler will have graduated by then. 2009 is the year of celebrations so what benifits can he get? Thnx
- Asked by Lynn from PA on 11/8/2008
Disney is offering a bit of extra pixie dust to guests who will be visiting one of their parks on his or her actual birthday. The offer does not extend to graduates, anniversary couples, or families celebrating other special events. That's not to... read more