We are halfway to Halloween and looking into all of the spook-tacular ways to celebrate at Disney World! One of the best ways to get into the spirit? A themed wedding in the parks! Did you know you can get married in the Tower of Terror courtyard? It’s delightfully spooky yet sophisticated option and a perfect fit for Halloween loving couples year round.
The Tower Of Terror Courtyard may not be the first thing you think of when planning your special day but this location really does have it all: glitz, glamor, sophistication and maybe even an eerie uninvited guest or two! Just picture it: the backdrop to your wedding could be a Hollywood golden age plaza…just ignore the screaming, that’s totally normal we swear!
Looking to add a bit of ghoulish delight to the celebrations? Disney Fairytale Weddings can ip the spooky factor of this already chilling venue by recreating the Haunted Mansion graveyard. You can even have a cake decorated with the iconic wallpaper print! Since the Haunted Mansion is not available for Weddings this is the perfect compromise for the pair that takes “Til death do us part” to heart!
Up the eerie factor by giving your guests some thrills and chills in an experience they’ll…take to the grave! Did you know that you can add a private ride on Tower of Terror following your courtyard ceremony? This once in a lifetime opportunity will allow you and your guests to ride the attraction with no other guests and no wait. The fact that the entire ride and queue is empty ups the sinister feel of this classic attraction.
The whole vibe is taken up a notch with the timing of this spell-tacular venue. Weddings at the Tower of Terror courtyard take place one hour after Disney’s Hollywood Studios closes. That means you’ll be married in a deserted park under cover of darkness. The eerie vibe couldn’t be better!
Accommodating up to 150 guests, this a great option for larger weddings because it has one of the highest guest capacities of all of the Disney Fairytale Wedding venues. Not long ago we researched Disney Weddings and fou d some were surprisingly affordable. This is not one of them. In fact the cost may be the scariest part of the whole shindig.
Every venue category has a minimum expenditure to book and some of the more expensive costs, like food, don’t count. To marry your soul mate in the Tower of Terror courtyard you’ll part with 9,000 for the area alone. The venue also has a minimum expenditure of $20,000-25,000 (depending on the day and time of year). Food will run you $200 ! Person and does not count toward that minimum. That’s pretty terrifying, but if you ask us it is the perfect spot to tie the knot!