This NEW Wedding Venue in Disney World Looks Like It’s Straight Out of a MOVIE!

What do you get when you combine the most magical place on earth with the most special day of your life? A Disney Fairytale Wedding! Ever since Disney’s fabulous wedding dress fashion show, we’ve had weddings on the brain!


We’ve already seen some stunning new Disney-inspired weddings dresses, but now we’re back to share the new wedding venue coming to Disney World!

Currently, Disney offers over 50 different wedding venues in the parks and resorts. You can get married in the World Showcase, a Disney hotel, or even the Magic Kingdom!


Now, there’s a new wedding venue coming to the World Showcase, and it’s located in a country that’s known for love and romance — any ideas?


Couples can now get married at the Place de Remy, which is located in the newly added area of EPCOT’s France pavilion. Isn’t it spectacular? We adore it, or should we say, “j’adore.”


According to Disney, the new venue is inspired by Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, and was intended to “evoke the feeling of France,” and features “the attraction marquee and the pavilion’s central fountain at its heart.”

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

For couples that love Disney World, but also want a quiet, intimate wedding venue, the new Place de Remy is a gorgeous new option! We’re always on the lookout for the latest Disney news, so stay tuned for more!

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One Reply to “This NEW Wedding Venue in Disney World Looks Like It’s Straight Out of a MOVIE!”

  1. I’m not too sold on having a wedding after park closing time. Would love to see stats on actual customer and guest satisfaction with being out that late for the start of a formal affair. Obviously money is not really an issue for those doing these in park weddings, but I’d probably RSVP, “Sorry, can’t make it after midnight” if I were invited to one. Weddings are too stressful to add doing it at or after midnight. Trust me, I’ve been as big of a Mickey fanatic as there is, but this just doesn’t sound fun to me.