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senecabeach
04-05-2006, 08:33 AM
Has anyone done this yet?? Did you enjoy it and was it worth the $$?
What package did you choose and please tell me how long it took and what you did the rest of the day...so I can do some planning!
Thanks! :thumbsup2

dcal
04-05-2006, 02:47 PM
I'll tell you next week. :sunny: We made reservations for our two girls for this Saturday morning. Right after, we're going to lunch @ Cinderella's Royal Table at MK. I'm looking foward to it as much as the girls.

They were great on the phone when I made the reservations. We're getting them a hair, make-up and nails package @ $45 ea. The girls also get a tiara or they can make their own (extra fee). They have a few beautiful princess dresses already, so we're bringing them from home. However, there is a $175 "works" package, with premium dress and everything! princess:

Also, my son and I can hang out in that new Pirate's Cove area for boys (big & little) S/B fun.

O.K.W. Tomorrow :cool1:

B.C.V. October 2006

Duckieluckey
04-05-2006, 03:01 PM
Don't forget to post pictures.

byoung
04-05-2006, 07:46 PM
Our you getting a DVC discount there.

Boston5602
04-05-2006, 08:08 PM
can I ask anyone who is going to the Boutique to let me know if they think an 11 year old who is big for her age like it , is it to little girllish? I was thinking some spa treatments but maybe this. I would appreciate any comments thanks


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OKWJan
04-06-2006, 11:30 AM
I was just down there the day before they opened and they seemed to be doing a "practice run" and were filming a commercial spot. I would say the girls looked younger than 11, probably more like 6 - 8. It looked like great fun though. At one point, I was walking around DD, there was a little parade of 3 or 4 girls, complete in their costumes and glitter being lead by a castmember saying "make way for the princess parade - everyone practice your princess wave". It was very cute. I can't wait til my grandaughter gets old enough!

Jan

Boston5602
04-07-2006, 11:05 AM
thanks I thought she might be to old for it , I guess its a morning at the Spa at Saratoga :thumbsup2

keri-k
04-07-2006, 04:34 PM
Where is Bibbidi Bobbidi Botique located at?

kimkarli
04-07-2006, 06:39 PM
In World of Disney in Downtown Disney. DD6 has an appointment July 29 princess: I am surprizing her with it, and I know she will be thrilled!!!!Can't wait!!! :banana:

goldilocks_63
04-07-2006, 07:40 PM
Is this like Libby Lous with the Disney twist on it....?

I'm not familiar with the boutique....

Goldi

TEXASPRINCESSES
04-07-2006, 09:49 PM
I'm clueless--more info please.....

senecabeach
04-08-2006, 07:46 AM
Here's some info......

""The whimsical boutique, now open at the enhanced World of Disney® store at Downtown Disney® Marketplace at the Walt Disney World Resort, turns little ladies into Disney royalty. "Princesses-in-waiting" choose from the Coach treatment (hair style and shimmering makeup), the Crown package (hair style, and shimmering makeup and nails) and the Castle experience (hair style, shimmering makeup and nails, a photo package and a complete costume with accessories).

The boutique will operate 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.""

mckryan
04-08-2006, 09:17 AM
The boutique opened Wednesday, and we were at DTD yesterday and there were lots of princesses walking around! They all looked so cute. I would say that 11 is a little old, though, as most looked to be under 10.

emememem
04-08-2006, 10:40 AM
We saw a little princess last Wed. at Fultons...she looked adorable. :goodvibes

princess mom
04-08-2006, 02:54 PM
i was there on Tuesday of this past week. the day before the "offical" opening. My 4 yr old daughter wanted to have this done....yes i bought the top package. Hair, make-up, nails, and costume and they do a photo shoot. Was it worth the money? Yes, the look on my daughter's face was priceless. and of course the cast members really went out of the way to make her feel like a princess. Everyone who saw her made her feel so special. The top package starts at 175.00 My thought is they are only little for such a short period of time. My 8 yr old was not willing to do it...she has out grown the pricess thing. They have several different types of hair styles to choose from, so i think an 11 yr old would like just having the hair done. While we were in there, there were 2 sisters and their MOM having their hair done. It really is a lot of fun. They have someone taking pics the whole time they are being made up then you go to memory makers (i think) and have the photo shoot done, you get a 5x7 and 4 of another size. It's something they will never forget. princess: you can pm me if you have anymore questions, Missy

dcal
04-12-2006, 08:45 PM
Our girls were treated to the Royal Make-Over at Bipity Bopity Boutique in DTD. It is magical experience located in the World of Disney Store. It has a great, big sales room just for princesses (and other rooms for boys, toys, grown-up boys & girls too). Disney thought of just about everything. The newly remodeled store (as I was told) even has a jewelry room and a room with just housewares! Now back to the main event: At the Bipity Bopity, there's Royal service and plenty of Disney magic! Every little princess is treated like they're real Disney Princesses (and to us they are:). Our girls went straight from the make-over to lunch at MK with Cinderella at the castle. princess:

Here's some pics of our Magical day....

Feel free to message us with any specific questions. :wizard:

Help...can't get the pics in the post :confused3

bipity1

senecabeach
04-18-2006, 10:06 AM
bump.....

mello
04-18-2006, 08:33 PM
The pics aren't working. I'd love to know more about this too... like what kinds of packages, and what the girls can choose, etc. DH read about this and said we must do it for our littlest princess when we go. He's not wrapped around her little finger or anything... :rotfl:

Our girls were treated to the Royal Make-Over at Bipity Bopity Boutique in DTD. It is magical experience located in the World of Disney Store. It has a great, big sales room just for princesses (and other rooms for boys, toys, grown-up boys & girls too). Disney thought of just about everything. The newly remodeled store (as I was told) even has a jewelry room and a room with just housewares! Now back to the main event: At the Bipity Bopity, there's Royal service and plenty of Disney magic! Every little princess is treated like they're real Disney Princesses (and to us they are:). Our girls went straight from the make-over to lunch at MK with Cinderella at the castle. princess:

Here's some pics of our Magical day....

Feel free to message us with any specific questions. :wizard:

Help...can't get the pics in the post :confused3

bipity1

senecabeach
04-22-2006, 08:10 AM
Many Thanks for all your replies...

Well... I made ressies for 3 lil' princesses, 3, 6, 8. I think I'm more excited and can't wait to watch this makeover happen! :cheer2:

Any pictures out there?

I ordered the nail and hair package...
Can anyone tell me approx. how long it will take?? I'm trying to plan the rest of the day. ;)

Dislaroger
07-12-2014, 08:16 PM
Is this still popular? We are traveling the week of SB and are considering.

vicki_c
07-12-2014, 08:53 PM
Is this still popular? We are traveling the week of SB and are considering.

Yes. I'm sure you can find up to date info (a sticky thread too possibly or at least a very long FAQ type thread) on the Theme Parks board.

Simba's Mom
07-12-2014, 10:25 PM
Has anyone done this yet?? Did you enjoy it and was it worth the $$?
What package did you choose and please tell me how long it took and what you did the rest of the day...so I can do some planning!
Thanks! :thumbsup2

I'd love to hear the answer to this also. We're taking DGD for her 4th birthday, and Grandpa's considering letting her do this as a birthday gift. One question I have is is there any advantage/disadvantage between doing it at DTD vs. MK? How far in advance do you need to make a ressie in the MK? We're going in about 3 months and haven't made a reservation yet.

Dislaroger
07-12-2014, 10:28 PM
Yes. I'm sure you can find up to date info (a sticky thread too possibly or at least a very long FAQ type thread) on the Theme Parks board.


Thanks I will check it out - we cannot wait to return!

Dislaroger
07-12-2014, 10:31 PM
Yes. I'm sure you can find up to date info (a sticky thread too possibly or at least a very long FAQ type thread) on the Theme Parks board.

Thanks we will check it out - we cannot wait to return!