Loking for a Princess for My Girls Birthday Party

Updated on December 05, 2008
S.K. asks from Chandler, AZ
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Hi moms ,I have 2 birthdays this month, one of my girls turning 6 and the other one turning 1 ,So I'm thinking of doing a princess party but the problem is I cant find any princesses . CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE ,if anybody knows a princess entertainer,that could come and play with kids ,do games and fase painting .THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS

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S.D.

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Hi S.!
My niece Adrienne, actually does this as a side job. She is the perfect princess from her singing voice to her looks. She is awesome! Belle is her princess character, and the little girls go crazy over her. If you are interested, here is her mom's cell phone number ###-###-#### her e-mail is [email protected]____.com. I just called Patti (her mom) and she said to give her a call. Good Luck!

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L.S.

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We just had a fairy princess party for my daughter's 7th birthday party at our home. All of the girls were so excited and the fairy was so pleasant. She did face painting, crafts, story telling and games. You can reach them at http://www.enchantedevent.com/, or at ###-###-####. They were very accomodating and it was worth the money.

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C.D.

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I'd check w/ the local YMCA and other places teens hang out. They always want a bit of spending cash, and acting for a couple of hours in a costume is fun for them. A friend did this with about 5 teens and they all had so much fun! You can also check with a local dance studio or a children's theatre. There are costumes out there - I would think your energy would be in finding them in that size, but I've got to imagine the costume shops would love the business, as they would be dealing in Santa suits right now.

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K.H.

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S.,
Check your local Activities magazine and usually they have activities for children for the month and lots of advertisements for parties, etc. I usually find the magazine at the library. If you need a photographer to photograph the birthday and make a DVD with music, let me know!
K. Hendricks Photography
www.karahendricksphotography.com
###-###-####
[email protected]____.com

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L.N.

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A friend of mine had "Cinderella" come to her 2 yr old's birthday party for an hour & half...she did face painting, read a Cinderella story, did bubbles, the kiddos got to make a crown with jewels, and she did balloon animals while the kiddos were eating cake. She brought all her own stuff and it looked like she had tons more things to do, but I'm sure it all depends on the age of the kids. She found her though the site www.partywhimsicals.com.

Good Luck!

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