Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Feb 9, 2011
    Rodney from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I made a reservation for Cape May to celebrate my daughter's high school graduation. I noticed there was a spot where I can add what we are celebrating so I added it. What exactly does it mean to add a celebration?

    Congratulations to your daughter on her upcoming graduation!

    Walt Disney World is a wonderful place to celebrate such an important milestone. When you "add a celebration" to your dining reservation, the restaurant notes it on your reservation. Typically, a complimentary dessert such as a cupcake is delivered at the end of the meal.

    For example, on our most recent trip to WDW, I added a celebration to our reservation at Chef Mickey's. My son had just turned 11. At the end of our meal, he received a cupcake and the waitress even lit a candle atop it so we could sing "happy birthday" to him.

    It's just a small way for the Cast Members to recognize your special occasion.


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Meet the Panelist: Kimberly, Tennessee

I am a stay-at-home mom with a 12 year old son. I thrive on planning vacations, especially to WDW. Inspiring families to vacation at Disney with a memorable itinerary and budget-saving tips is extremely rewarding for me. Learn More About Kimberly

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