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The words Disney and happiness go hand-in-hand. And in "Disney Fairytale Wedding" some couples take their fairy tale romance to the next level by having their dream weddings at some of the happiest places on Earth. Some begin at the very beginning -- with hidden camera engagements -- and showcase the big day in some of Disney's most enchanting and spectacular locations around the world. Each celebration of marriage is mapped out to capture every heartfelt detail and create unforgettable moments for the bride and groom.

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aired 304 days ago
David plans an elaborate proposal for Nicole at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay; Danielle and Nick have the rustic outdoor vow renewal they have always dreamed of at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort.
aired 311 days ago
John and Emily start planning their wedding at Walt Disney World; high-school sweethearts Chelsea and Spencer have their dream wedding in front of Cinderella Castle.
aired 729 days ago
As Nate and Brian celebrate their Disney's Fairy Tale Wedding anniversary, Brian decides to surprise Nate with one of the most coveted Disney experiences; Christina and Jarrod have their dream wedding inside Disney's Hollywood Studios.
aired 736 days ago
Eric arranges to propose to his girlfriend at Aulani, a Disney resort and spa in Hawaii; Jessica and Myke finally make their family official by getting married on Disney's Cruise Line.
aired 743 days ago
Lorina and Greg become the first couple to get married in front of the Tree of Life at Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park.
aired 750 days ago
Gabriela and Tanner get the royal treatment as they renew their vows at the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot; Britney and Hans bring their vision of a pink-centric, sunrise wedding to life at Disneyland.

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