“Happily Ever After”singer Jordan Fisher finally got his own happily ever after as he tied the knot with his childhood love after hours at Magic Kingdom.
Jordan Fisher, best known for lending his voice to the “Happily Ever After” fireworks at Magic Kingdom as well as for his roles in Liv and Maddie, Teen Beach Movie, and as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton in the Broadway Production of Hamilton, married to Ellie Woods at Walt Disney World.
Fisher took to Instagram to share the news, posting this beautiful photo of the couple in front of Cinderella Castle.
PEOPLE revealed that the couple, who was surrounded by an intimate group of their closest loved ones (all masked and socially distanced), the childhood loves said “I do” in a private Disney’s Fairy Tale Wedding ceremony inside Magic Kingdom on November 21.
The newlyweds decided to skip the traditional dinner and dance party in order to keep their loved ones safe, and instead, they shared a romantic first dance and cut into a multi-tier wedding cake. The night ended as the couple left Magic Kingdom in a vintage car down Main Street U.S.A. to Fisher’s song, “Happily Ever After”.
We know that some photos show Fisher and Woods not wearing masks, so it is important to note that Disney Weddings has officially stated, “The bridal couple is not required to wear masks during the ceremony at indoor locations or outdoor theme park locations when the ceremony is held while the park is closed. Masks are required at outdoor locations visible to park and resort guests.” For more information on COVID restrictions for Disney Fairy Tale Weddings, visit their official website here.
And to view the other photos from this magical evening, check out People’s official story here.
Disney Parks Blog also shared this wedding video to YouTube of the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, talking about Disney, their wedding, and their relationship.
Congratulations to Jordan and Ellie on their happily ever after!