6. Be fair when you book.
As I said before, get the group that will be traveling to look at Disney restaurants online if they’ve never been to Disney before, and let everyone make a list of dining experiences they’re interested in having. Then narrow it down with a vote or by drawing from a hat. Do the same thing when it comes to reserving FastPass+ times for attractions. It may be chaotic if every single person in your group makes a list of attractions, so be sure that the heads of each family—or designated planners of each family—get together and go over FastPass+ selections so that no one is left out of the experience and everyone feels that they had a say in the vacation.