Here are some tips on how to save on Disney Princess Dress Souvenirs. Disney princess dresses at Walt Disney World are EXPENSIVE. Most of the dresses are almost $69 and that doesn’t include any accessories. But with a little planning ahead, you can still dress your daughter like a princess without breaking the bank:
- Check Walmart (and Target) for Princess dresses. I was in Walmart today and I found Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella, Little Mermaid, Rosetta and Iridessa for just $20 each.
- Around Halloween, watch the costume aisles for Princess dresses. I have also found complete sets (including shoes, tiara and scepter for $20 at Sams Club).
- Watch Ebay. You can sometimes find a group of Princess dresses for sale.
Late last year, I was introduced to MomApprovedCostumes.com. These dress up clothes are very well made, aren’t itchy or scratchy, contain no loose glitter and are machine washable! Emily tried out the Ice Princess (Elsa) and the Scandinavian Dress for her doll, she loves them and they are holding up so well! She wears a 10/12, and the X-Large dress was able to fit her without issue.
If your princess is older, it’s harder to find a princess dress to fit them. The wonderful thing about the dresses that Disney sells, is they go all the way up to a size 14. So even your older child can still dress up as her favorite princess.
Do you have any tips on how to save on princess dresses souvenirs?
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