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Has anyone here done the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for their little ones?
We've done it quite a few times, and it's a blast for princesses. We always did the whole package so they assign mads a fairy godmother to take her "Shopping" for dress and accesories before the makeover, and then a cool photo session with a ball cariage and stuff. - madsdad 1868.1 #77 3-1-13 4:12PMLike(4)Reply
I think the Bibbdi Bobbidi Boobtique is really cute. Gotta do it at least once with your princess(es). 😊😊 - DisneyFanZoe 1217.3 #128 3-1-13 8:44PMLike(3)Reply
We did it last year for my daughter's birthday. She loved the glitter and treatment. Her hair looked so cute in the bun they did and the make up was nicely done(not too much). She also loved that she got to keep the make up and nail polish. We also loved how they don't let them see themselves until the end. - CherryTreeLane 460.4 #438 3-1-13 4:36PMLikeReply
My girlies are doing it tomorrow for the first time! We are soo excited! - RCmom 5229.2 #18 3-1-13 4:38PMLikeReply
We did it a couple of weeks ago but went with the tutu and t-shirt package (daughter gets itchy in the dresses). It was cute, she had fun, etc. I don't know if she would be interested in doing it again only because she has crazy curly hair and it hurt her a bit. - WifeofaCM 206.6 #1834 3-1-13 4:43PMLikeReply
How much does it cost? I would love to do this for my daughter. - MonLuvsDisney 192.0 #2012 3-1-13 4:55PMLikeReply
Umm..silly question, but can adult princesses have their hair done by a Fairy Godmother? ☺ - PrincessLadybug 208.3 #1815 3-1-13 5:07PMLikeReply
My parents paid for the whole package for my daughters 7 birthday. She loved the special treatment and the photo session. But by the end of the night her head was hurting from the hair. Other than that she loved it. - PrincessAuroraMomma 551.9 #344 3-1-13 5:33PMLikeReply
Oh, sugar! I'll just have to bring my twin Nieces w/ me on my next trip! - PrincessLadybug 208.3 #1815 3-1-13 5:36PMLikeReply
We did the whole castle package last summer for our little girl. It includes the gown and accessories, plus all the wonderful photos they take during the process, as well as ones they take in the princess coach afterwards. She loved it! She looked beautiful, she felt like a princess, and we even had lunch right after over in Ariel's Grotto so she could hang with more princesses. We are going to do it again during Spring Break, but I may skip that fake hair, too. It was nice, but it sure did take the woman forever to get it teased out before she ever put it on her head! She was Ariel, so maybe it would be different with a different princess, but I think we'd be happier if they just did her own hair nicely and add the tiara. - MeridaFan 3549.7 #36 3-1-13 5:49PMLikeReply
Thanks for the info everyone! Almost time for our visit! - Mickey_Badge 278.3 #1005 3-1-13 6:18PMLikeReply
Did the age limit change for the makeover? I had mine done and I'm over 12. I just had my hair put in a bun with the fake hair braids and tiara. I skipped makeup. - KennedyJane 28.7 #5690 3-1-13 7:25PMLikeReply
My daughter and son had makeovers last year. My son had a crown painted on his head and my girl had the full treatment. I'm in love with the smell of the hairspray! We can't wait to do it again! - kueenofhearts 279.2 #994 3-1-13 8:31PMLikeReply
We have done it. The girls like the backpack with their makeup, 2 nail polishes, comb and other goodies. We also got the package with a t shirt and a tutu. The girls love it. - MeridasHair 346.5 #635 3-1-13 8:55PMLikeReply
I did it for my daughter. She loved it and I loved watching her enjoy it. I would do it again. - VanDisney 342.3 #650 3-1-13 9:44PMLikeReply
We did I this last time. Best thing we could have done. We bought a dress and shoes the night before and just did hair makeup and nails. Saves a little money i would totally do this again for my daughter. - MinnieTinker 528.0 #367 3-1-13 11:31PMLikeReply
We just did this on thurs and then went to the grotto for lunch. My little girl loved it! Tip for the mom asking about larger sizes-I don't think you'll find shoes to fit her there and not too sure about dress sizes. If I was to do it again I would have brought a sale dress from home :) as they are quite pricy. Bring a tank top or undershirt too as they are itchy for the little ones - melnyks 3.0 #44264 3-2-13 12:11AMLikeReply
I did it for my daughter on her 5th birthday and I brought a princes dress that I had already purchased at Costco. I snuck it to the Fairy Godmother in training and she was great about it. I bought shoes and gloves there and the FGIT had everything all set-up for her in the dressing room. It was one of my most fond memories at DL. Worth every penny. - DesperateMousewife 877.8 #189 3-2-13 12:24AMLikeReply
@2beignetornot: yes, I saw bigger sizes. Last I checked (a couple if months ago) I thought they went up to 14/16? They were pretty big. Hope this helps!!! - 7mouskedoodles 361.0 #593 3-2-13 12:41AMLikeReply