In the United States, a young couple pulled out all the stops by privatizing part of Disney World in Florida for their wedding.

A magical day! On the occasion of their wedding, celebrated last March in Orlando, Florida, Alexis Stein and Chris Rollins did not do things by halves. On the contrary, the two lovebirds have privatized part of Disney World. The ceremony took place in one of the gardens of the sublime Four Seasons, the 5-star hotel in the park. To end in style, the couple joined their guests for a crazy afterparty. The video of the event, shared on TikTok by their friend Lindsey Metselaar, quickly made the rounds on social networks. Evidenced by the 4.4 million views.

@lindzmetz Will never be over it #disney #weddings #disneywedding ♬ original sound – Lindsey Metselaar

According to Lindsey’s secrets to Insider, the guests were able to enjoy a large buffet consisting of hot dogs, cookies and pastries. Mickey’s ears on their heads, all these beautiful people swayed their hips on the dancefloor to the rhythm of the music, provided by a DJ. “The party started at 11 p.m. and we danced until around 3 a.m. There were 285 guests and no one wanted it to end. It was really magical” confided the tiktoker. And to add that they also had access to certain attractions of the park, including Space Mountain.

A privatization estimated at several thousand dollars

But how much did this little madness cost? This is the question that Internet users have asked themselves. According to the rates displayed on the Disney World web page, Alexis Stein and Chris Rollins paid the tidy sum of 30,000 dollars, or approximately 28,000 euros, to rent the Magic Kingdom Park section. The site however specified that beyond 50 people, it was necessary to add 209 dollars (197 euros) for each additional guest. In total, the newlyweds would therefore have spent 78,000 dollars (about 73,000 euros) for their wedding. A magical day that they are not ready to forget!

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Lara T.
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