Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique FAQ PART II - w/ Photos

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  1. Gorechick

    Gorechick DIS Veteran

    Aug 19, 2001
    When we were there in August at the DTD location, I had forgotten cash the day my kids did BBB. I went back on another day and was given a little envelope that we could put the tip in and they had a wishing well that the children slip the envelope into.
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  3. erynsmom

    erynsmom Mouseketeer

    Feb 27, 2008
    Thanks everyone for your advice on tipping.
  4. merbobear

    merbobear DIS Veteran

    Feb 8, 2011
    I read the past few pages, but didnt' see any info on this so I'll just ask...sorry if it has been asked/answered already many many times!

    What is the pricing like on the dresses in BBB? We did the castle package for dd last year, so the dress was just part of the whole deal, but I was just trying to price out what it might cost to do a smaller package & buy a dress separately.

    Also, I have read that you can pre-order a dress in a larger size to be sure it will be available at your BBB appt, what phone number or email should I use to secure a dress? TIA!
  5. KMcCP

    KMcCP DIS Veteran

    Jun 9, 2012
    I bought my daughter a dress in December, and it was $65. I got her a size 7/8 with no problem.
  6. rt22

    rt22 Earning My Ears

    Jan 23, 2013
    We get into Disney world on August 4th (181 Days from today). We are staying on property
    I want a BBB reservation for my DD on August 5th. Can I book this tomorrow or do I need to wait until Tuesday?
    Also, what time does the reservation line open for the BBB? We would like an appointment first thing in the morning.
  7. BabyRapunzel

    BabyRapunzel Mouseketeer

    Mar 14, 2012
    Yes you should be able to book it tomorrow. I forget what time they open....maybe 6am cst.???? Good luck!
  8. hollygolitely93

    hollygolitely93 DIS Veteran

    Feb 13, 2011
    Few questions...

    What is your experience with a young three? My daughter is two now and will turn three at our next fall visit. She has a decent attention span but is also a bit clingy to mom in unsure environments,

    Also, she has very fine, somewhat curly (babycurls), thin hair...that falls below her ears...can they do much with this?

    Do you have options for hair without it being ridiculously tight...with her hair being so thin and fine...I am concerned over it not being comfortable for her...

    Finally...where can I see images of the available hairstyles...I didn't see them on FAQ page...
  9. SpectroMagic*o*

    SpectroMagic*o* Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas

    Sep 13, 2005
    My daughter will be going to BBB in April for the 1st time. Bought the cheapest package (Coach) and bought her an Aurora dress at The Disney Store for like $39.99. Way cheaper than what they try to sell it for in the parks. Plus you get 10% off a purchase $50 or more at The Disney Store if you use a Disney Visa, so you can even add a pair of shoes or tiara in there and get a discount!
  10. frostedpink

    frostedpink Mouseketeer

    Jun 22, 2012
    If you buy the most expensive package, can you pick out any tiara they have in the store, or do you still get that little tiny silver tiara?
  11. jenseib

    jenseib Mommy to Claire

    Oct 28, 2006
    yes, and the tiara only comes with the bun hairstyle
  12. kasedroz

    kasedroz Mouseketeer

    Feb 20, 2012
    I did the math one time and it is cheaper to buy one from home and get a cheaper package. I believe the cheapest dresses are around $60. Iwant to say my DD's Ariel was $75 in the parks. We brought our youngest DD LE Rapunzel wedding dress and bought our oldest DD in the park (which is still cheaper than buying it in the package)

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  13. k8smiles

    k8smiles Earning My Ears

    Dec 27, 2012
    Thinking of booking BBB for my 6yo on our upcoming DCL. Few questions.....she does not want a bun and wants to leave her hair long with the colored extensions. What package would that be? Also does I was looking for pic of the pirate package. Suggestions?? Thanks friends :)
  14. mom2rtk

    mom2rtk My, what red cheeks you have, Santa!

    Aug 23, 2008
    Not sure if they do things differently at the BBB on DCL, but in the parks they would not do this for you. They will not vary their styles, even a tiny bit. She could always get it done,then wear the extensions on later days however you like. But I really don't think they will do this for you.
  15. DisGirl819

    DisGirl819 <font color=blue>Then I thought about it and reali

    Apr 1, 2006
    We took DD right after she turned three. She loved the attention. She was NOT a fan of the hair styling but she is super tender headed. Her FGMIT was wonderful and gentle with her though. Her hair was only about shoulder length and they were able to do the bun style with extensions for her and she loved having the long hair! The bun is not tight at all actually and you can ask for them to loosen it a bit. I did check and it is not tight, which surprised me b/c it looks like it is super tight, its just covered in product. Also, my DD has super fine hair too and it is a pain to style but the FGMIT did an amazing job.
  16. cyros

    cyros Mouseketeer

    May 6, 2012
    Courtyard twists the crown and puts the hair in a high ponytail with coloured extensions (pink, blue or purple - you get to choose two).
  17. TourPixie

    TourPixie Earning My Ears

    Feb 14, 2013
    I am taking my DD 5 and my DS 4 to the BBB on the 16th. We are so excited. My DD(not yet two) will also be there and I am taking a snow white dress for her to feel involved.

    Here is my question, my DS has longer hair. He is really excited for the sword and sheild and I have made him a prince costume for the occasion. Cinderella is his favorite and we are doing CRT afterwards. Below are pictures of my son so you can see his hair. Please tell me they can still do something with himcostume on for fitting purposes
    His hair is a mess in these pictures as i was just having him try the

  18. Sydnerella

    Sydnerella enough is as good as a feast

    Mar 24, 2008
    SO cute! I have never seen a Prince Charming there - he will be the toast of CRT. I hope the DDs won't mind ;) I will let a CM chime in on your question, I assume they find a way. But they know best!
    What a great costume! My DS loved Cinderella too when he was young. The mice especially. Not scary compared to the others. He wanted to be a prince too when we went. So sweet!
  19. ibnerd13

    ibnerd13 Earning My Ears

    Feb 17, 2013
  20. aaarcher86

    aaarcher86 DIS Veteran

    Feb 17, 2010
    Just did the Castle package last week and wanted to share:

    We were advised that shoes are not included with the castle package (they're listed on the OP). Probably a recent change. We were able to purchase them separately. We purchased the Cinderella slippers and some glittery shoe with a gem on the top - both were $30.
  21. latexscooter

    latexscooter Be nice even if it takes some effort.

    Jan 22, 2006
    Thats good to know and I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing. When we did the Castle package in 2011 they didn't have any matching shoes in any sizes for my DD. We ended up with a Tiana dress and clear Cinderella shoes. She wore the shoes for about 20 minutes after the photo shoot and was back in sandals.

    Although the package is the same price and offers less I don't think its loss for us.
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