I love the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disney World!  I think its the perfect opportunity for me and Lilly to sneak away from Daddy and the boys and have some very special girl time making magical princess memories!
I’ve heard many people say they thought the boutique was to pricey, but my feeling is, everything at Disney is expensive that’s the sad reality.  However we will be at Disney less than a handful of times while the kids are still young enough to want to dress up in princess dresses and pirate eye patches.  So for those few times I’ll close my eyes and slam down the credit card to make some amazing memories.
During our Trip in 2012, Lilly wanted to be Cinderella and because she was still so little I was able to to convince he to go with the fairy-tale princess hair style.
This year she wanted to be Aurora but they where out of the costume so she went with Belle.  She also wanted to pick her own hair style and that was the Disney Diva style, um yikes!  Even with the spikes and all the colors she still looked adorable though.(We went to the Down Town Disney Boutique)

It all starts with checking in at the counter, choosing the package you want, and getting a princess pager.

The Current Packages to choose from are:
The Coach Package ($54.95)
Hair styling
Make-up
Princess Sash
Tote Bag

The Crown Package ($59.95)
Hair styling
Make-up
Nail Polish
Princess Sash
Tote Bag

The Courtyard Package ($94.95)
Hair styling
Make-up
Nail Polish
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Shirt
Tutu Skirt
Princess Sash
Tote Bag

The Castle Package ($194.95)
Hair Styling
Make-up
Nail Polish
Princess Costume and Accessories
Princess Sash
Tote Bag
Photo Package

We then had some time to shop around the huge Disney store while waiting for our turn.
Once our magical pager vibrated and began to tell us to come in, we headed back over to the boutique entrance where Lilly’s fair godmother was waiting to take us into a dressing room where her princess outfit was laid out and waiting to be put on.  Now this is where the fun began.  After she was decked out in a princess gown and shoes and had her wand in hand, she was ready to be pampered.

She got into her station and the fairy godmothers got to work, doing her hair and letting her choose the style and colors of the accessories.  Then painting her nails and doing her make up.

After she got her sash and her fairy godmother waived her wand full of sparkles making her a full fledged princess, we checked out.  Lilly received a pink Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique backpack tote with her princess invitation, nail polishes, makeup, and stickers in it.

Next we walked down a few shops to the photo studio, where they took some professional pictures.

That completed our makeover fun, but in Disney the dress up magic stayed all day.  Every cast member called her princess when taking her order at restaurants, letting her on and off rides, and introducing her to Characters.  Many even bowed and took her hand.  Plus the Disney buses played a soundtrack over the intercom announcing there was a royal princess aboard.  All these little things kept her giggling all day, and my heart melting.

And I must add, Lilly was able to rock that Diva Hairstyle for days!

1 Comment on Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique ~ Walt Disney World

  1. Bernice
    March 27, 2014 at 2:54 pm (4 years ago)

    Too cute! Every little girl's dream 🙂