In the past they weren't allowed to accept money, i'm not sure if this has changed.Thanks for your response.
The Disney wedding planner does the most work by putting all the ingredients and personal touches into place and to make sure the special day moves along flawlessly. For me a monetary gift I feel is best.
Thank you. Just finished listening to your podcast. Confirmed what I thought. Will be purchasing lot's of $ gift cards and a package of thank you cards. Will have them handy. Just not sure if there will be more than one photographer/video person. All good - will have a few extra from whatever I am estimated.If you have my guide, there's a detailed list of who to tip at a Disney wedding (and how much) on page 219. I also have this episode of the podcast devoted to tipping at Disney weddings: https://disneyweddingpodcast.com/classic-episode-tipping-etiquette-with-anna-post/
You definitely do not need to tip any of the food service folks because you are already paying a 24% service charge. And you won't see the florist or your sales consultant (probably) that day. Also, keep in mind that tipping is for service that goes above and beyond what you're already paying them to do.