Most people love Disneyland — the food, the rides, the souvenirs… did I mention the food? I loved Disneyland as a kid. My family would take one trip a year down to Southern California to visit and go to Disneyland. We had a whole routine down pat, complete with order of rides, when we’d go back to the hotel, and then our late night return to the park.
Since I moved to Los Angeles about eight years ago, I’ve only been to the park three times… and all three times were when I had family members come from out of town. Some of the Disney magic wore off on me over time, I suppose.
But I just got a bunch of love for Disney.
Disneyland will now be offering their Fairytale Wedding package for same-sex couples. This is a huge deal in getting a family-oriented conglomerate on board with supporting same sex couples’ rights (as many companies use “family oriented” to mean “no gays”)!!
So now instead of just seeing this:
We’ll get to see a more diverse set of couples. I couldn’t be more thrilled. Kudos to Disneyland!
For the record, Disneyland’s Fairytale Weddings include your choice of ceremony and reception venues – Disneyland Hotel, Grand Californian Hotel, or inside the park.
- Los Angeles
- High school history teacher
- Wedding Date:
- July 2007
- St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Church, Ritz Carlton Huntington Hotel