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There are a dozen similar resources, but as a default I recommend you pick up the Unofficial Guide.
You will have a much better time with a plan.
My wife and I booked using Small World Vacations and couldn't be more pleased. They will help you get things set up and find the best deals. The Fall discounts were announced yesterday and my wife got an email from SWV at 7:45am with the update.
Also, you really should get a copy of the Unofficial Guide. It has reviews of EVERYTHING, including rides, hotels, restaurants, shops and they don't pull punches if something isn't good. It is the most thorough source I can recommend. It includes exhaustively researched information, down to small details like which rooms are the quietest, bus travel times from each resort, etc.
The UG also includes touring plans, to help you make the most of your time and minimize standing in line.
Do not underestimate how complex WDW can be! It's a huge resort with four theme parks. Doing some planning beforehand can save you hours of standing in line.
This book is actually a really great resource as it not only covers the where and the what, but it contains some great example touring plans that might help you plan your days there if time is a factor.
I always buy one before each trip as a way to formulate a plan of attack. It can be a great resource!
Get The Unofficial Guide. It's $12 and changed my life (in regards to WDW).
Hi there! We are also doing a Disney World honeymoon (I read your edit that it's Disney World in Florida, not Land in California, and realized I might actually be helpful!). It will be our first time to Disney World, as well. I've used mostly http://yourfirstvisit.net/ to plan for us. It's targeted toward a family of four going, but I found enough useful tips (including money-saving tips!) for a couple. There are also books that have tips about doing a honeymoon specifically - my sister gave me a copy of this guide: http://www.amazon.com/Unofficial-Guide-Walt-Disney-World/dp/1628090006
Both things cover the whole process of booking from head to toe, so definitely check out at least Your First Visit, since it's a completely free website :)
As far as packages, we did book a resort package (Magic Your Way package) which includes tickets that get you into each park (except the water park, I believe?), but only into one park per day. (So if you start your day in Epcot, for example, Epcot is the only park you can get into for the rest of the day, but the next day you can go to Magic Kingdom, then Hollywood Studios another day, etc.).
I think $2200 is doable, but it definitely depends on how many days you want to go for and how fancy of a hotel/resort room you want. I think the info on the website I linked will help you determine that (it did for us! We decided to splurge on the Pirate-themed rooms at the Caribbean Beach resort, and to stay for 9 days, but to save money by going at a cheap time of year rather than right after our wedding).
Hope this is helpful to you, and HAVE FUN!
Here's the tip I give all my friends:
Buy. This. Book.
Seriously, it's amazing. I'm on mobile right now, but I will gladly post the reasons this book is fantastic, if there's interest. It's essentially the cheats codes for Disney rides and planning.