A New Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is Open at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort


There is a third Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for you to visit on your next Walt Disney World vacation at Disney’s Grand Floridian.

Joining the other two boutiques, one in Cinderella Castle and one in Disney Springs, this third location will allow more children access to this experience.

Boys and girls ages 3-12 are both welcome to participate in the “magical transformations” with a reservation.

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There are four new hairstyle options:

  • Enchanted – Hair is styled in a bun or messy bun hairpiece and includes choice of princess bow or shining tiara.
  • Fantasy – Hair is swept back into a bun, covered with a curly hairpiece and topped with a coordinating flower halo.
  • Royal Braid – Hair is styled in a bun and accessorized with an attached Royal Braid. A princess bow completes this look fit for royalty!
  • Pixie Magic – Add a colorful touch to this hairstyle with an elegant ponytail and matching flower halo.

This video showcases these new styles:

I do highly recommend visiting at least once. Our daughter did it and she loved it. You can even bring your own costume so you can keep the package costs down, or have one that fits if your child is a little larger.  The packages do vary in price by what you want included as well.

Disney offered some great suggestions including visiting before Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party or purchasing a PhotoPass photo package. They do offer some nice back grounds, but we opted to take our own photos out in the park.

With the new location we get some new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique merchandise!  Including a spirit jersey (I really do have a problem,) Minnie Mouse ear headband, MagicBand and accessories!

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Want to experience the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique?  Reservations for all locations are encouraged and can be made up to 180 days in advance on DisneyWorld.com and Disneyland.com or by calling (407)-WDW-STYLE.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog



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