My family has been a Disney family since I was born. Each year my mom, dad, and I would make a trip down to Disney World for Easter, Christmas, or various other holidays. I always wanted to be a Disney princess, so when William proposed me in front of Cinderella's Castle in Walt Disney World, he made my dream come true.
Our proposal was almost delayed due to a lack of flight attendants, which canceled on our initial flight to Orlando. Luckily, William and my father did some quick thinking, and got us on a flight to Fort Myers. All of the other flights to Orlando were full. We would not have been able to fly out until the next day. From Fort Myers we drove to Orlando in order to make our dinner and show reservations at Epcot later that night.
We changed into our dress clothes in the parking lot, and made it just in time for our dinner reservations at the Living Seas in Epcot. After our underwater dinner, we went to the Candlelight Processional at the American Gardens Theatre. By the time the show finished it was 9:30 pm; I was beat. However, my parents and William wanted to hit the Magic Kingdom for the 11:50 pm firework show. I thought they were crazy, but they had the night all planned out.
When we arrived at the Magic Kingdom we rode a number of rides. As the fireworks got closer, William was dead set on finding the perfect spot to watch them from. We finally found a spot beside Cinderella's Castle. A few minutes into the fireworks, William dropped to one knee and asked me to marry him. I nodded vigorously and said, "Of course!"
The two of us hugged and kissed while my parents snapped some great photos. As the fireworks continued, I couldn't help but glance down at my finger, which sparkled even more as it reflected the fireworks. By the time we finally made it back to the resort, there was a large vase of Gerber daisies waiting for me. William had made my fairy tale dreams come true.