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Your dream wedding at Cinderella's Castle at Disney World can now come true

by Jordan Jackson / / Source: TODAY

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Thanks to Disney World, you can now fulfill your childhood dream of kissing Prince Charming in a real-life castle.

But there's a catch, of course. Because to feel like a true princess, you better be prepared to pay a royally high price.

Just how much does it cost to get married in Cinderella's Castle?

$75,000! And that's the minimum.

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When news broke that happy couples could marry on the East Plaza Garden in the Magic Kingdom, Disney didn't shy away from offering a full explanation of the pricing.

A park representative broke down a few of the details for Cosmopolitan: "To have your ceremony in front of the castle, which allows for just 100 people and a ceremony time of 9:30 a.m. sharp, there is a $25,000 minimum fee. That's excluding food and beverage and other expenditure minimums, which total the $75,000. This, again, is for the ceremony alone. You can't have your reception in the same location."

Disney Wishes Wedding: Magic Kingdom's East Plaza Garden
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The representative also noted that couples planning to have "fairy godmothers" assist with their wedding day usually have a "sky is the limit" budget.

Indeed, the 2016 price breakdown on disneyweddings.com shows the premium paid for the coveted spot. For that $25,000 minimum fee, you could instead opt to hold your ceremony at Disney's Wedding Pavilion, which costs $4,000 and up.

Oh, and if you want to ride to your ceremony in a horse-drawn glass coach, Disney can make that happen, too — but it'll cost you $2,950 for two hours.

And there you have it: "The Place Where Dreams Come True" ... for a few.

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