Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for 12 Year Old???

Discussion in 'Disney World Tips' started by eeyoreland, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. eeyoreland

    eeyoreland DIS Veteran

    May 25, 2006
    Looking for input on whether or not to take my 12 1/2 year old to the boutique. Is she too old? Most of what I've read has been about younger girls going.
  2. disneydiz

    disneydiz DIS Veteran

    Nov 9, 2000
    She might be too old...I have mainly seen little girls at the Boutique. Probably no one over the age of 9-10.
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  4. taekwondo mom

    taekwondo mom DIS Veteran

    Apr 2, 2004
    They said they would do teens also .. ( we wanted DD to have her hair done but no luck)
  5. mommy*RN

    mommy*RN <font color=limegreen>Does Imodium work for verbal

    Apr 26, 2006
    My SIL, who also posts on DIS, is taking her 12 yr old daughter. I guess if your daughter wants to do it and you don't mind...let her do it! Heck...if it were acceptable for an adult to do it I might be tempted... :crazy:

  6. drgnfly30

    drgnfly30 <font color=deeppink>Take my advice, never pay ful

    Apr 14, 2002
    I'd do it myself in a heartbeat if they'd let me!!! :blush:
  7. mercydisney

    mercydisney Is it on sale?

    Apr 9, 2005
    I have 2 girls and will be taking a daytrip to DTD to meet cousins. DD10 does not want to do BBB so she will go to DQ w/ her DC who is also the same age. DD6 will do BBB w/ DC who is also 6.

    If your DD is looking for something to do at DTD, their are other things to do.

    If she wants to do it she should.
  8. Hef4545

    Hef4545 A cup of coffee and a view of the castle, who coul

    Aug 4, 2000
    I think 12 and 1/2 is still young enough to want to be a princess for a day.
    I would take her.
    If you decide that it is not a good idea, then
    you could always take her to the Grand Floridian to get her hair done.
    My nieces went there. They wove their hair in such a way that it framed their faces like a crown. They looked beautiful. The plus was that they were told when they took it out, their hair would be all curls and it was.
    They were so pampered. The person that took care of them was wonderful. I'm sorry that I don't remember her name. They got lots of pixie dust that day.
  9. tatooed goofy

    tatooed goofy Mickey's #1 Fan until Goofy shows up!!

    Apr 22, 2005
    As my SIL posted, I am taking my DD12 to BBB to get her hair and nails done. My DD10 is going so they are both going together. I say let them be young and kids while they can. It is the magic of Disney. We are going for lunch and mini golfing while they are "done up". I think they will think they are princesses for the day. DD12 is a tomboy but agreed to this. I think she saw the pictures and it looked like magic to be honest. I say if she wants it, let her go for it. They grow up way too fast! Let them be kids once more. Have a great trip no matter what you decide. :thumbsup2
  10. DBarber600

    DBarber600 Mouseketeer

    Jun 10, 2005
    We just got back and I saw two girls, sisters, that had to be at least 18 with their hair done and wearing the BBB sashes. Everyone is a kid at WDW!
  11. KCMiller

    KCMiller DIS Veteran

    May 7, 2003
    I'm booking my DD and her friends at the Boutique when they are at DTD with their marching band - the girls will be about 18/19. I called specifically to ask if this was OK, and they said absolutely, all ages are welcome.

    Who knows? I may end up in a sash as well!

    KC :sunny:

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