You can now get married under the 'Tree of Life' at Disneyworld
Everyone loves Disney. The company, which you probably associate with princess movies, is beloved by grown adults and children almost in equal measure. It must be, because, after all, Disney has an entire website dedicated to those who want to tie the knot at Disney theme parks. They also have an Instagram wedding account that shows the happy outcomes.
But if you weren't satisfied with the dozens of locations that Disney currently offers throughout their parks, then you're in luck. Disney announced a handful of new dreamy spots where you can say "I do," the best of which is arguably the Tree of Life.
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The Tree of Life is a 145-foot-tall sculpture of a baobab tree in Walt Disney World Resort's Animal Kingdom. On the exquisite art piece's trunk is more than 300 carvings of animal species both alive and extinct. At night, rainbow projections make it look like the animals move around.
While the archetypal myth of the Tree of Life isn't exclusive to Disney, that doesn't mean this wouldn't be the ideal place to say your vows. Around the tree are an array of greenery and flowers, which would make this the perfect place for your special day.
The Tree of Life is only one of three new wedding spots that Disney's Orlando location is offering. One of the other two is Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground's pine forest with a view of the Seven Seas Lagoon. The other is the Chinese Theatre at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
If you want to see more of the awesome locations that are available now, you can head over to Freeform. The network created an entire six-episode series called Disney’s Fairytale Weddings with 11 couples getting married throughout Disney.
And if you see how beautiful those arrangements are, just imagine what it would be like getting married underneath the Tree of Life.