Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings

“Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” Gets New Home on Disney+ Streaming Service Starting November 12

This fall, “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” is getting a home on an all-new platform! The popular Freeform series that features some of the most magical Disney weddings is coming to the Disney+ streaming service when it launches on November 12. In even more magical news, the series will be getting new episodes on the platform in 2020! Check out the full video announcing the launch below!

This classic show follows a tale as old as time, love! Whether it be magical proposals or epic weddings, “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” follows couples that have decided to make Disney part of their love story. In the show, viewers get a chance to peek into some of the most magical venues that serve as a backdrop for these gorgeous weddings. This series even gives us a behind-the-scenes view into everything that goes into making these fairytale weddings a possibility!

Streaming will begin for this sweeet show on November 12 when Disney+ streaming service becomes available to the public. Be sure to keep your eyes open in 2020 when we will be introduced to new sets of couples that are celebrating their happily ever after with Disney Fairy Tale Weddings.

Want to make Disney part of your love story? Be sure to look into the 2020 Disney’s Fairy Tale Wedding Showcase that will take place in both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. This showcase gives attendees the special opportunity to meet the people that make these memorable weddings possible and includes a walking tour of the venues!

Are you excited to binge this show and fall in love with “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings”? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!

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