And the office has a Muzak version of "Part of Your World".
Also, the little musical cue that strikes up when Paige O'Hara first appears sounds awfully familiar...
All Animation Is Disney: Weird inversion in that it is a Disney movie, but the animation isn't (the studio was taking a break from 2D animation, so it was done by James Baxter Animation - a short-lived studio also responsible for Curious George and the intro for Kung Fu Panda, whose founder is a former Disney animator).
Giselle is no stranger to Total Drama. In Italy, she is Bridgette.
Shout-Out: Many, many, many to past Disney movies. The Blu-ray DVD version even contains a special feature on them.
A particularly delicious one is the name of the roving reporter who tells Edward how to find Giselle, since it references the voice actresses of three Disney princesses: Mary (Costa, Sleeping Beauty) Ilene (Wood, Cinderella), Caselotti (Adriana, Snow White). To know this, of course, you'd have to be a true fan... or have no life. You make the call.
Non-Disney shout out: the scene◊ in the first third of "How Do You Know": right after Giselle picked up the band, she is running over some green meadows, singing, in a blue-white dress, arms wide-spread, with some trees in the middle-distance and a mountain of multistory buildings in the background. It's a reference to The Sound of Music and Beauty and the Beast, in the "Belle (reprise)" scene.
Meta Shout-Out: Robert's first scene involves a divorcing couple arguing over who gets "Hank" (A baseball card of Hank Aaron, of the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves). The Braves currently do their spring training at Walt Disney World.
Averted with Idena Mensell, who did not sing in this movie.
What Could Have Been: In the first draft of the script (and mentioned earlier on this page), once Giselle enters the real world, she gets mistaken for a stripper. It was not intended for Disney and certainly not intended for kids.
Enchanted was originally planned out as a film that was intended to be an R-rated film that was a parody of the popular Disney Princesses. The result of this change of plans was because the writers had troubles with the script. Seeing how this was planned during the '90s, it would have been something like take that on a certain kids thing. It isn't known for certain if this was planned as an animated film or a live-action film, but the result of either wouldn't have been pretty for certain people.