We are honeymooning at WDW, too, but in early December 2010! We were just there last late Sept./early October when my fiance proposed. 😀
I agree that you need to make sure that you book all the advanced dining reservations you want NOW, or else it can be very hard to get into some of the most popular restaurants….especially with the “Free Dining” promotions going on this season. Don’t forget that Downtown Disney also has some great restaurants on the Dining Plan and some nice shopping, too.
I would recommend 2 days, at least, for Epcot…..one for the front part/”Future World” and at least a day for the Showcase/World Pavilions. And Animal Kingdom is a TON of walking (it’s the largest park of the 4) w/narrower and “hillier” paths, so be prepared for the walking. Even in November, you will still need sunscreen and probably can still wear shorts during the day. A light jacket or sweater or just some long sleeves should be enough for cooler evenings, I would think.
Also, make sure to take advantage of their FastPass system for the popular rides/attractions…..it can make a good difference in waiting in line time.
And now they have PhotoPass photographers set up everywhere in the parks, so make sure you ask them for a (free) PhotoPass card and get a couple of professional shots w/them taking them for you. That way when you get home, you can go online and see the photos and decide if you want to purchase a few. We got some of the BEST pictures last year that way (including live shots of my fiance proposing!) and I wish I had taken more w/PhotoPass.
Although it may start to be cooler when you are there, the outdoor pools in the resorts are usually heated, so you still may want to bring swimsuits….and I think Port Orleans is one w/a nice big hot tub, too. And they have carriage rides thru the resort (for extra $$, of course), but I have heard that this is very romantic.
And try to catch at least a couple of the evening fireworks shows! Both “Illuminations” at Epcot and the one every night at Magic Kingdom are great! We make a point of going to see them every trip.
Well, I know there is a ton more, but you will get a lot of info. and advice when you get there, too. Get ready for lots and LOTS of walking and a wonderful time! Have a magical honeymoon! 😀
PS. don’t forget your Bride and Groom Mickey ears! I have heard that cast members will take extra special “care” of you when they can easily see that you are a honeymooning couple. 😉