"Sorry kids, I guess we’ll just have to try to get into Cinderella’s Royal Table and Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater next time we come to Disney World.”

If you’ve been hard at work planning a highly-anticipated vacation to Walt Disney World, that sentence is probably one of the last pieces of news you want to have to break to your family.

They – and you – have been looking forward to this trip for so long.

Plus, not being able to get the Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs) you wanted feels so frustrating because you did everything right – including setting an extra alarm so you could be online and ready to go prior to 7:00 AM Eastern, 60 days in advance!

Sure, you can always try to experience those “wow, I can’t believe this is real” restaurants next time you visit WDW… but what if this is a once-in-a-lifetime trip? 

What if you don’t have plans to visit again for a while? 

Or… what if the restaurant closes or undergoes a re-theme before you can make it back?

Gaaahhhhh.

Why does getting a reservation at the most popular restaurants at Disney World have to feel like trying to buy a Tickle Me Elmo on Black Friday in 1996, anyway?

We hear ya, and we’ve got just the thing.


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Back in 2017, when Ali Wigle – an INFJ, margarita enthusiast (with salt), and chips & queso devotee – was planning an exit from her nursing career, she noticed a big old hole in the Disney content world.

While there was SO MUCH WDW-related info out there, a lot of it was fluffy and cheesy, too vague or too complex, not based on what an actual visitor would experience (hello, influencer + media events), or just plain clickbait (ew).

An instant best-selling FastPass guide and an exit from her former nursing career quickly turned a side hustle into a a small company.

Each year, her strategies help more than 20,000+ people skip long lines, make the most of their time at the parks, and experience the Walt Disney World vacations of their dreams.

When she’s not overwhelming herself with her latest spreadsheet project, you can find Ali listening to jazz, browsing real estate she can’t afford, and/or eating pizza and cake – all while under a fuzzy blanket. 

And just who is Wish Upon a Planner?

An instant best-selling FastPass guide and an exit from her former nursing career quickly turned a side hustle into a a small company.

Each year, her strategies help more than 20,000+ people skip long lines, make the most of their time at the parks, and experience the Walt Disney World vacations of their dreams.

When she’s not overwhelming herself with her latest spreadsheet project, you can find Ali listening to jazz, browsing real estate she can’t afford, and/or eating pizza and cake – all while under a fuzzy blanket. 

Back in 2017, when Ali Wigle – an INFJ, margarita enthusiast (with salt), and chips & queso devotee – was planning an exit from her nursing career, she noticed a big old hole in the Disney content world.

While there was SO MUCH WDW-related info out there, a lot of it was fluffy and cheesy, too vague or too complex, not based on what an actual visitor would experience (hello, influencer + media events), or just plain clickbait (ew).