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Rebecca & Brian: A Disney Wedding in Anaheim, CA

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Sunday, the day of the wedding, would be the piece de resistance. Rebecca and Brian spent the day taking photographs around the park on rides such as Waters of America, New Orleans Square, and, with the bridal party in full attire, on Dumbo the Flying Elephant. Rebecca arrived in Cinderella's coach -- a glass chariot -- with her father, and the bri ...
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After the wedding there was a short pre-reception for guests while formal pictures were taken, and then the party continued in front of the It's a Small World ride, which had been transformed into a wedding wonderland. Dramatic topiaries adorned the tables, and the wedding cake featured a sugar castle on top.
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But Rebecca's favorite moment was a true princess fantasy: the best man, maid of honor, and she and her husband stood upon the castle balcony toasting the crowd. "It was so wonderful to look out at so many faces in this place that we love," she said. Walt Disney would be proud.
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Rebecca & Brian in Anaheim, CA

To call Rebecca Dentt and Brian Devers Disney fans would be an understatement. Would mere fans visit Disneyland often, get engaged there, and ultimately marry there? Having met through a mutual friend, Rebecca and Brian instantly clicked over their love for the animation giant. THE BRIDE Rebecca Dentt, a second-grade teacher THE GROOM Brian Devers, a dental lab assistant THE DATE September 15th That affection would, after an 11-month engagement, lead Rebecca and Brian back to exchange their vows. And with a lot of help from the folks at Disneyland, it would be a weekend-long event that guests won't soon forget. Festivities started on Friday evening with a rehearsal dinner held at the Jazz Kitchen in Downtown Disney, a charming section of shops and restaurants connecting two sections of the Disneyland campus. On Saturday, friends and family enjoyed a picnic with a more laid-back atmosphere at Big Thunder Ranch. They also had the opportunity to get in some fun time on the rides and attractions.
- Joanna Saltz
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