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    My wife and I have been talking about taking one of the Disney cruises on our 10th anniversary and re-doing our vowes with our children in attendance.

    ok - so our 10th isn't until 2014 and right now we only have our daughter but we're planning another child soon and figure there's nothing wrong in advance planning LOL

    has anyone here had their wedding on the cruise? did you find it worth the money? would it be worth it if it were a very small affair with only my wife, children and maybe my wife's brothers and their wives (but probably not)

    We were talking about the 7 day cruise and then an additional 7 - 10 days at WDW. Which cruise is better East or West.

    Is 7 days too long or just right?
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    I really don't know, but I'm excited to hear what more experienced cruise-goes have to say.

    To live would be an awfully big adventure.

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      Disney Cruise! What a great way to celebrate your 10 year Anniversary.
      7 days is plenty on any cruise, but it depends on what you and your spouse want to see.
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