Oh Happy Day and Townleygirl to created a Modern Disney Princess Party! We wanted to create a fresh modern take, sticking to a simple color palette of perfect pastels using Townleygirl’s super cute non-toxic cosmetics and hair accessories from the Disney Princess range as favors! Read on to see how we planned the whole party!
Since Disney first introduced Snow White 80 years ago, the Princess craze has taken over little girls’ notebooks (and Instagram feeds) everywhere. Who doesn’t dream about tiaras, gorgeous floor-length gowns, or frozen empires at some point in their lives??? So what is the stuff of a young woman’s dreams?
Halloween is only a short two weeks away! (Boy, does time fly.) Perhaps your little one has already decided they want to be Cinderella or Tiana or Aurora, and you already have the costume on deck. Or maybe you’re like me who procrastinates every year getting their kids’ costumes and still haven’t decided on what to dress your little one up as yet. Whatever the case, we’re here to make things a bit easier by providing you with this nifty guide to dress up your child like their favorite Disney Princess.
I’ll be the first to admit that I squealed when Disney premiered its first Latina Princess, Elena of Avalor. I may have even been more excited than my little girl. I’ve always been obsessed with all things Disney, and this time they were finally giving the Latino community a princess that would reflect us. Now, I even see her as a hero worthy of being honored during Hispanic Heritage Month, and every day.