Reservations Open for Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disney’s Grand Floridian

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The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is expanding to a new location at Disney’s Grand Floridian at Walt Disney World.

This new location will open on August 6th and today guests can start booking their appointments.

Like the other locations in Cinderella Castle and at Disney Springs children ages 3-12 can sign up for the boutique experience. This is open to both princesses and knights.

There will also be exciting new offerings

On August 6th all of the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique locations will introduce a new Carriage Package that included a special T-shirt!  There will also be four new hairstyles with customizable options and an “expanded assortment of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique-inspired products,” including a spirit jersey (in both adult and youth sizes) as well as a Minnie ear headband, and a special Magicband!  Of course these are all separate purchases but a spirit jersey in adult sizes you say…hmmmm.  I’m listening!

Is it worth it?

For those of you on the fence about Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique let me tell you it’s totally worth it at least once. There are several packages at different price points. If you bring your own dress it will cost you a lot less. Also, if you have a child that is a bit bigger, they might not have dresses there that will fit her.

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We took our daughter a couple of years ago and she just loved it! The hairstylists called “Fairy Godmother’s in training” were amazing with her and she still talks about it. I wish they had it when I was a child.

If you would like to reserve an appointment at the upcoming Grand Floridian location or at one of the other locations you can call (407) WDW-STYLE or visit and

You can make reservations for this experience up to 180 days in advance and they do fill up quickly. It’s one thing I will recommend even though it costs a bit of money.

What do you think? Have you taken your children? Would you do it again? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog


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