Going to WDW 3/13 for my DD senior trip. Bringing friends. There will be six girls ages 13-18. Is there something they can do special since they are too old for BBB? Wanted to surprise them with a treat.
- Asked by KATHY from AL on 12/4/2012
I travel with teens and tweens to Walt Disney World often and I've found a whole bunch of special activities for this age group. Have you considered taking your lovely young ladies for a pedicure at the news Senses Spa in Disney's... read more
Hi! I'll be taking my two daughters to WDW for their highschool and college graduations. I would like to surprise them with a room gift upon arrival. The disney floral shop doesn't have any graduation gifts. Any suggestions? Thanks!
- Asked by Melissa from WA on 12/17/2008
For graduations, I like the Big Cheese Executive Basket from Disney Floral. It includes a pad folio and executive pen. These items would be nice for a person heading off to a new school or job.
Walt Disney World is a wonderful place to celebrate... read more
We want to surprise our 13 year old daughter who has just graduated from the 8th grade with an in-room celebration. She absolutely adores Belle. Will Disney customize the in-room celebration packets?
- Asked by Joanne on 6/15/2013
What a lovely idea! How exciting!
I spoke with a Cast Member from Disney Floral & Gifts who told me that you could customize in-room celebrations in several ways. For example, if you order Presenting Your Royal Princess-Junior,... read more
Hi panel! After booking a vacation for my boyfriend (of 4 years), his mom, and my mom, I realized that it is over my prom weekend. I want to do something special, romantic, and memorable because I am missing a huge event. Any ideas? Thanks!
- Asked by Jane from WA on 1/17/2010
I suggest making a dinner reservation for the California Grill on top of Disney's Contemporary Resort. The food is fantastic and the views are fabulous. You can watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks from a balcony right outside... read more
Hi Moms! We booked a trip to Disney in June to celebrate my graduation from medical school and my Mom beating breast cancer! We are all adults and are looking for a special way to celebrate both accomplishments. Any ideas?
- Asked by Megan from NY on 12/25/2013
What an absolutely wonderful celebration for you and your mom! There are so many ways that you could celebrate these special occasions.
First, be sure to stop at Guest Relations at any Disney theme park and pick up an "I'm... read more