Inroom Celebration
  • On Aug 28, 2020
    Jill from PA Asked

    Hi! I have a trip planned for April 2021. It will be my little brother's first time at Disney. He is autistic & will be 9 years old. I was wondering if I could have the room decorated for him in advance? So when he arrives he'll be blown away!

    Welcome to planDisney, Jill!

    I am so happy to hEAR that you are planning your little brother’s first visit to the Walt Disney World Resort! He is very lucky to have such an amazing big sister and I cannot wait for you to make memories together.

    I have always recommended Disney Floral & Gifts to friends and family wishing to create magic for loved ones with unforgettable in-room celebrations. At this time, however, they are not accepting orders. Since there are still a few months to go before your vacation, I suggest that you continue to check their website for additional updates. We do not know what may happen a couple of months from today, so be sure to keep checking as you get closer to your travel dates. They are experts at making dreams come true, just like Fairy Godmothers, that is why I highly recommend their services.

    What I really like about Disney Floral & Gifts is arriving to a beautiful surprise waiting for my family in our Disney Resort hotel Guest room, but just because they are currently unavailable does not mean that you cannot create magic yourself! If you visit shopDisney.com you will find several products in different categories that can help you prepare a personalized welcome surprise he will never forget. You can purchase products from his favorite Disney character and create a card where the character welcomes him to the Walt Disney World Resort. When my oldest daughter was younger, I planned a special Disney Princess celebration. My husband took her to the pool for a swim while I unpacked and that gave me the chance to prepare our room with items I had previously purchased and brought along with me. When she entered the room, she found beautiful gifts the Disney Princesses had left for her, including a welcome card, a Disney Princess autograph book and pen, a Princess Anna costume, and a personalized ear hat. I will never forget the look on her face! With some imagination I know you can create a pixie-dusted surprise for your brother!

    planDisney tip: Did you know that the Walt Disney World Resort offers services for Guests with cognitive disabilities including those on the Autism Spectrum? Services include Disability Access Service, Rider Switch, break areas, companion restrooms, and more. Stop by Guest Relations upon arriving at any of the four theme parks to discuss your brother’s needs with a knowledgeable Cast Member - they will be happy to assist you and make your visit inclusive and magical. Got a question before leaving home? Do not hesitate to contact Disability Services at (407) 560-2547 or email disability.services@disneyparks.com .

    Thank you for sending your question our way, Jill. I hope this helps you while planning and that you stop by once again real soon for more tips and advice!

    Best magical wishes,
    Thiana
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Meet the Panelist: Thiana, Brazil

My name is Thiana and I am a German-Brazilian university professor and sworn translator from beautiful Brazil. I am happily married to my prince charming and the proud mother of two lovely princesses. When I am not busy with work or family, you can catch me reading, running, listening to music, or planning our next Walt Disney World Resort visit. I hope to help you plan a magical Disney vacation that will be filled with wonderful memories.

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