Do you have any budding Princesses or Princes in your house who’d love to get all dolled up for a day at the parks? Before COVID closed the worldwide Disney theme parks, you would be able to take your little ones to the experience of a lifetime at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. There are several locations around Walt Disney World including locations at Disney Springs, Magic Kingdom, and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. The Boutique is also available at every other Disney theme park in the world.
Disney’s Website describes the Boutique by stating, “With the wave of a Magic wand – plus a few hands – on tricks of the trade – our Fairy Godmothers-in-training will pamper and primp your child until they look storybook stunning. Children can choose a hairstyle then add make-up, nail color, and accessories – even a Disney Princess costume.”
As someone who has seen her daughter’s eyes light up through this experience, it is well worth it for young kids who want to live as a Princess or Prince for a day. There are a variety of packages that can be booked when visiting the Boutique.
However, its doors have been shuttered since COVID19 shut down the Walt Disney World Resort. It has since to reopen its doors. However, internal casting reports indicate that this experience may be reopening its doors soon.
Disneyland’s retail section of the Boutique has reopened, but they have yet to open the actual makeover area. All other locations have yet to open as well. But, with this news of internal casting for the Boutique many have asserted that this shows that it will be open in the near future. Thus making the dreams of many to come true.
Have you ever taken your child to the Boutique? Let us know below in the comments!
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