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  • Daughter turning 4 in April 2010 - she luvs the princess theme-we are hoping to spend 4 days in WDW and have her experience the most 'princess' themes as possible - suggestions for meals, hotels, etc. to make it a super duper stay for her bday celebration
  • - Asked by Jona from Florida on 12/27/2009
  • Hi Jona, How exciting to be celebrating the 4th birthday of your little Princess! I have a few princess themed recommendations for you that our littlest girls have thoroughly enjoyed. First and foremost, I would suggest calling 407-WDW-DINE to make your dining reservations. If possible, reserve Cinderella's Royal Table inside the castle. Cinderella greets her guests in the lobby, and several princesses visit the table during your meal upstairs. If a reservation is not available, the princesses can also be seen in Norway at the Princess Storybook Dining at Akershus Banquet Hall. Both of those restaurants have princesses for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Another option for dinner only is at 1900 Park Fare (in the Grand Floridian). Prince Charming, Cinderella and members of her family are often present.
     
    For royal treatment, be sure to make reservations for your princess at Bibbity-Bobbity-Boutique.  These beauty salons (located at World of Disney in Downtown Disney and in Cinderella's Castle) transform little girls into little princesses...complete with hair, nails and makeup! Learn more by clicking HERE . What we like to do is make the reservation for Bibbity-Bobbity-Boutique for the morning, then have lunch with the Princesses in the castle while the girls are all decked out in their finest ball gowns. Watching their faces light up as they see the real princess that they've chosen to dress up as is priceless!

    If your daughter is an Ariel fan, she can be seen in Ariel's Grotto, which is located in Fantasyland behind the Dumbo the Flying Elephant attraction. If you visit the Toontown Hall of Fame (see your Park Map), your daughter can interact personally with several of the Disney Princesses.

    Thanks for visiting the Moms Panel. We'd love to help with any other questions that you may have. Enjoy planning your Magical vacation!
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