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Celebrate your favorite Disney Princess this fall at Disney Springs

by Brittani Tuttle

Guests can celebrate their favorite Disney Princess this fall at Disney Springs with special offerings as part of the “Dream Big, Princess” campaign.

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Celebrate your love of Disney Princesses this fall at Disney Springs.

See your favorite Disney Princess story on the big screen with the Dream Big, Princess Movie Marathon for a limited time. From Sept. 14 – Oct. 18, guests can experience their favorite Disney Princess stories all over again at AMC Disney Springs with showings at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. daily. Check out the movie marathon lineup below:

  • Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (Live Action): Sept. 14-20
  • Disney’s “Princess and the Frog”: Sept. 21-27
  • Disney’s “Tangled”: Sept. 28 – Oct. 4
  • Disney’s “Moana”: Oct. 5-11
  • Disney’s “Cinderella” (Live Action): Oct. 12-18

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For parents with a little princess ages 3-12, they can experience an appointment at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, with their recently-revamped Castle Package. This updated package features new gowns inspired by Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, Elena, Ariel, Snow White, Tiana, Jasmine, Merida, Rapunzel, Tinker Bell, Anna, and Elsa, and comes with the child’s choice of gown, hairstyling, make-up, nail polish, and accessories.

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Guests can also show off their love for their favorite Disney Princess with a variety of princess-themed merchandise for both the young and young-at-heart. DisneyStyle hosts the perfect Disneybounding pieces for a day in the parks; World of Disney has a wide variety of princess-themed mugs; and Ever After Jewelry Co. & Accessories has an Alex and Ani bangle for every princess in your kingdom.

Who’s your favorite Disney Princess? Let us know in the comments below!

To learn more about other princess-related offerings at Walt Disney World, visit DisneyWorld.com.

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1 comment

Mark Kaplan September 11, 2018 - 4:58 pm

What does Disney offer for boys to be inspired? Disney seems to go all out for the female demography, but leaves nothing for boys except shame them on Disney movies and sit-coms. Wouldn’t it be fun if we did include a new campaign that can benefit for both. You can keep Dream Big Princess campaign, but then add included Be Courageous Princes campaign to call upon boys to be inspired to be courageous like Aladdin, Prince Philip, Hercules, Prince Adam aka Beast, and so on. Dreams are meant for all not for one single gender.

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