My daughter and I recently had the pleasure of experiencing a tea party with Princess Elsa, courtesy of Olivia’s Dollhouse in John’s Creek. Watching a few dozen little girls dress up, sing along with, and hangout with one of their favorite Frozen characters was certainly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for my daughter, and she keeps talking about “when she had a tea party with Princess Elsa.”
Simply splendid, in my books!
Brandi, the owner of Olivia’s Dollhouse, went out of her way during this event to ensure that all princesses (guests) were properly attended to, and even greeted each one by name. With walls of dress-up dresses, shoes, and accessories from which to choose, the super-friendly staff helped each little girl transform in to a princess of their choice. (Yeah, my daughter loves Frozen, but she’s still a hardcore Ariel fan.) What a magical way to start the party!
After each princess’s transformation was complete, they hung out with Princess Elsa, chatting together while she painted sparkly art on each princess’s hand.
Each girl was then whisked away to the royal dining room, where they were treated to “tea” (pink lemonade), light snacks, then finger sandwiches and pizza, followed by a sweet treat. To top it off, Princess Elsa read stories to the princesses while they enjoyed their food, and then posed for pictures with each girl. Each princess got a keepsake picture of their tea with Princess Elsa.
All in all, it was a fairly simple, yet highly memorable event for my daughter, and all the princesses who joined us that afternoon. If you have a princess who could use a little magic, consider signing her up for Olivia’s Dollhouse an Easter Bunny Brunch on April 13. You can find details and make your reservations here.Keep on saving! :o)
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