I quickly learned that setting up a celebration meal was a mistake...a few lucky coincidences saved the day. Prior to the trip, I made reservations at California Grill...When asked what I was celebrating, I said "Engagement" without ever thinking of the Disney gears now put into place. My plan was to propose at Epcot in the evening. We are both huge fans of German things, so Germany was selected. In also knowing that she is a fan of the 1930s/40s pinup style, I selected the Studios as a site "B". Neither are usual places in Disney World for this type of event. When we checked in at CBR, the CM gleefully handed me "Engagement" celebration buttons. This was nice, but I hadn't asked yet. Thank goodness she was in the restroom at the time. I handed them back and said, "Not yet...Can we take that note off until I ask?" To start the next day, we were at the Studios and problem number one popped up...FP+ on TSMM...CM says "congratulations on your engagement!" directly to her. We were with my brothers family and they were celebrating an anniversary and she was in line with my brother...she wrote it off as them saying engagement instead of anniversary. Next up was a ride on Tower of Terror...Was in line talking to my 13 year old daughter and they congratulated us on our engagement. That was weird, as she is a kid and now I know I need to get move the schedule up. The engagement is obviously on the system and I could see it when she tapped in for her FP+. Thank goodness the CM didn't say anything to her that time. After a quick meeting with my daughters at lunch, we decided to go straight out and do it at the studios in front of the theater, which is her favorite park icon. Needless to say, it went off perfectly after that. Tons of crying, congratulations and fun after that point! Disney tried a bit too hard to make our time special, but it all turned out fine in the end and was a great experience. I guess the Studios is not a normal place to do this, as every CM that was there stated it was not a normal thing for their park. Glad we got to be unique and got a great story out of it.