Disney is always coming up with new experiences for guests. The latest has been the addition of new dessert/fireworks viewing parties and dining packages. Today Disney continued the trend with the announcement of another new package.
The Signature Celebration Package is now available for booking. This celebration has a few different parts to it, but it starts in Cinderella Castle and ends with a dessert party. Not only will guests get dinner, fireworks, and dessert, but they will also get to meet some favorite Disney characters as they dine.
The evening starts with a greeting from Cinderella and Prince Charming. Next guests will be brought to their table where they can enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine or a specialty beverage. Dinner is included too and this is when guests will get to see different Disney Princesses as they make their way from table to table. After dinner guests will be given a box of Cinderella-inspired confections to take with them. Guests will then head to a special fireworks viewing area at the West Plaza Garden priority viewing area, which is where they will watch Happily Ever After.
The fun doesn’t end after the fireworks are over though. Next up is the After Fireworks Dessert Party, where there will be a spread of Cinderella-themed desserts, chocolate-dipped strawberries, hand-scooped ice cream, cookies, cupcakes, and more!
- This package can be booked now for reservations beginning in August.
- The cost is $199 per adult (plus tax and gratuities) and $160 per child (plus tax and gratuities).
- Separate theme park admission is required.
- Cancellations made within 48 hours of the event will be charged the full price.
- Check-in at Cinderella’s Royal Table no later than 15 minutes before the reservation time.
- The dining portion will take about 90 minutes.
While this sounds like a fun experience, it is not inexpensive. A family of four would be paying over $800 after tax for this package. So, it’s definitely something that would be considered a big splurge for many families. If it’s not in the budget then you can try just the dessert party or Cinderella’s Royal Table. Even if you book both the dessert part and the restaurant, it should be less than the new package they’re offering, you just wouldn’t get the little extras, like the box of confections.
Is this an experience you would try?
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