I’m going a little out of order in posting about our latest Disney trip because some things I just can’t want to talk about. The first is Princess Fairytale Hall.
|Looking Beatiful and Enticing A Few Days before Opening|
I was SO excited to hear that Princess Fairytale Hall would be opening during our vacation. On our last day, we got to Magic Kingdom right at rope drop and Scarlett & I made a mad dash for Fantasyland.
Cinderella was meeting with Sleeping Beauty, Scarlett’s favorite, so we decided to see them. Bonus: there was no wait for Cinderella’s side while Rapunzel and Snow White had a much longer line already. It stayed that way throughout the day, with Rapunzel’s line getting up to 85 minutes at noon!
|Enterting Princess Fairytale Hall|
Cinderella’s glass slipper sparkled at the entrance to her room.
There were more pretty paintings and regal wallpaper decorating the meeting room.
When we entered, Princess Aurora posed for us.
Before we met, Aurora, though, we got to meet Cinderella.
Both Princesses were great and spent a lot of time talking with their visitors.
It’s so sweet to see my little girl hug the princesses!
While we waited to meet Aurora, we checked out the decor.
Scarlett especially liked the elegant Snow White book. She wanted me to read it, but it’s written in German!
Finally, it was time to meet our favorite, Sleeping Beauty!
Because Scarlett was dressed as Tinker Bell, Aurora talked all about her fairies, Flora, Fauna & Merryweather. Scarlett paid very close attention, then told Aurora everything she knew about pixie dust.
Meeting the Princesses was a great way to start a day at Magic Kingdom. They do have one Fastpass machine each for Cinderella and for Rapunzel right next to the Peter Pan’s Flight Fastpass machines. We thought about getting one because Scarlett wanted to meet Snow White also, but she ended up forgetting about it and we ran out of time. Still, it was fun to meet the royal ladies we met. Princess Fairytall Hall is a hit!