On this date in 1995, In Florida, Disney’s Wedding Pavilion – located south of the Grand Floridian Beach Resort – opens. Built on a private island surrounded by the Seven Seas Lagoon, it is a glass-enclosed Victorian-style non-denominational chapel. Available for weddings, vow renewals and commitment ceremonies, the chapel can seat up to 300 guests. Walt Disney Imagineering has designed the site so that Cinderella Castle (in the nearby Magic Kingdom) is framed in two views: through a window behind the indoor altar where ceremonies are held, and through a hedge arch outside the chapel. Opening next door to the pavilion is Franck’s Bridal Studio, a one-stop shop for couples to meet with a Disney wedding planner to review all the details for the big event. It is named after the eccentric wedding planner Martin Short played in the 1991 film Father of The Bride.