New Ultimate Princess Celebration Wishables Now Available In Disney Parks and on Shop Disney

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It’s Wishable Wednesday again and this time we have new princess Wishables. There are six designs available (five princesses with one rare variant.) The Rapunzel plush is the open figure while the other princess Wishables are blind bagged.

Let’s take a look!

Ultimate Princess Celebration Series – Micro – Limited Release -$14.99

These figures are 4″ tall and there are one of five designs: Cinderella, Tiana, Moana, Aurora Pink Dress, and Aurora Blue Dress variant.

You’ll play happily ever after when collecting our Disney Parks Wishables Ultimate Princess Celebration Series. Each blind pack brings one of the four fairytale royals to micro plush life, but you won’t know which you’ve received until you take a peek!

  • Limited Release
  • Detailed micro plush sculpting
  • Embroidered features
  • Soft, squeezable fill
  • Fuzzy plush texturing
  • Blind pack contains one of five possible Disney Parks Wishables from the Ultimate Princess Celebration Series. You won’t know which one you have until you open the bag*
  • Wishables include Cinderella, Tiana, Moana, and Aurora (in pink dress), or it may be the rare Chase variant of Aurora in blue dress
  • Collect all six** plush figures in the Ultimate Princess Celebration, each sold separately
  • Part of Disney Parks Wishables Collection

Ultimate Princess Celebration Rapunzel Micro – $14.99

With stars in her eyes and flowers in her hair, Rapunzel is adorable as this little Disney Parks Wishables plush. Part of the Ultimate Princess Celebration Series, the Tangled character will be a fairytale favorite!

  • Limited Release
  • Detailed micro plush sculpting
  • Embroidered features
  • Soft, squeezable fill
  • Fuzzy plush texturing
  • Part of the Ultimate Princess Celebration Series
  • Part of Disney Parks Wishables Collection

These are currently available. I do not think the price point on Wishables at $14.99 is worth it personally. When they were $9.99 it was still high but a lot more reasonable. Good news is they don’t sell out as fast as they used to. But that’s just me.

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