I am a world traveller & a mom of two, (8 & 6). I love to meet people, and am fascinated that there are 7 billion stories out there to be explored. I think Melbourne is the most happening city to live in with all the fun activities around town.
Calling All Princesses
In every household where there are little girls, there is definitely a little princess who loves dressing up in fancy dresses, putting glitter on every craft activity, shimmer on her body, playing with dolls and castles and most definitely loves watching Disney Princess movies. There is a large selection of movies to choose from when it comes to Disney Princess movies. Nothing beats the classics, such as Cinderella and Snow White. Then there are the more recent ones, like Belle (Beauty and the Beast) and Ariel (The Little Mermaid), and of course, the most recent ones would include Rapunzel (Tangled) and Merida (Brave). The brand new favourites have got to be Elsa and Anna (Frozen).
Here is an exciting event for little girls who love princesses to think about: Village Cinemas is inviting the little princesses to experience their favourite movie or all the movies that are part of the festival on large screen during the Disney Princess Film Festival, starting 15 February 2014.
Courtesy Village Cinemas website
Watching a movie on a big screen is pure magic, but that magic is enhanced manifold when the movie is your little princess's favourite Princess movie. Whether you watch one, two, or all, why not dress your little one in her princess costume and put on a tiara to make it extra-special for her. Add a bit of glitter and don't forget the wand. Bring along her friends and it will surely become a memory of a life-time.
My daughter loves dressing up in her favourite Princess dresses
All shows will cost $8 per ticket, and the schedule is as follows:
Beauty & the Beast: 15 & 16 February Sleeping Beauty: 22 & 23 February Brave: 1 & 2 March The Little Mermaid: 8, 9 & 10 March
Snow White: 15 & 16 March
Courtesy Village Cinema website
Online booking will save you some time and prevent standing in lines at the theatre because surely, your princess will be excited to walk into the movie without any delay, and rest assured, she will 'bibitty bobotty boo' out after the credits have rolled. Childhood innocence is magical in itself, so give your princess the experience and the sparkle in the eye that will last way longer than the movie itself. The moms and dads (and maybe the brothers) can also share the magic.