Do you have any idea how hard that is to spell? Let’s just acronym-ize to BBB. Look! I made up a word!
Anyway, the BBB is like the ultimate thing for princessy girls. It’s a makeover studio where you can get all princess-ized (I’m making up words all over the place!). It’s located in Fantasyland right at the entrance to the castle. You can’t miss it because you run into this cart:
Hi! I'm at the entrance to Fantasyland!
You can see the BBB sign in the back. There’s a lovely display window giving you a taste of what you’re about to enter:
Child-sized Cinderella dress
And the BBB itself looks like a castle, right behind the castle. Or in front depending on which side of the castle you’re standing on.
Come in and get your hair done
Inside it’s like a regular store with princess overload. All kinds of princess dresses and accessories
And bored customers
Plus a few seasonal items
But of course, the main thing at the BBB is the makeover. There are a few packages you can get, which involve a new hairstyle for your little princess, nails done, various accessories, and at the top level they’ll throw in a princess dress. The back area is a salon
For said makeovers
You can take as many pictures as you want, provided it’s your child who is being made over. Otherwise they kind of give you a weird look and you have to move along.
The packages are pricey, starting at around $50 up to $200, and the up-dos are pretty elaborate. Also you can get a sash.
There's not even a talent competition!
This is the kind of thing that makes me glad that Theo isn’t into princesses. It is very cute, but kind of a lot of money. The little girls all seem to love it though. They do have a package for boys that’s just like hair glitter. Oh, also they have the Photopass photographers there documenting everything in case you want the professional Disney pictures. It’s quite an interesting little place.
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Oh, yes, we’ve been through the BBB and our daughter loved it. Wrote about it here:
Since we brought our own dress, we only got the base treatment, but she still enjoyed herself. 🙂
Yes, bringing your own dress is THE way to go! Great post on your blog!
Oy. The money that’s dropped at this place!! At WDW, they have a pirate version for boys, I think. When I pass this place (didn’t it used to be a villains shop? Sniff.), I’m SO GLAD I have boys… 🙂
I believe the Villains shop was on the other side, where the Heraldry Shoppe is now. They do have a boy option but it’s not pirates. The Mouse-in-Law has a lot more “experiences” for boys than the Mouse does, IMO. Too bad.
Katie has asked for this as a birthday present…next March….I am starting to save up now…………she will *love* it completely, and it will be well worth the huge amount of money (fingers crossed)