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To dress up dd for disney on ice?

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Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 21:34:23

We are going to disney on ice the silver anniversary, she loves tinkerbell but i cant find any outfits anywhere. I dont want to dress her up and shes the only one or do lots of children go dressed up? If i dont dress her up she'll get upset that she has no dress on so should i?

DrWhooves Wed 27-Apr-16 21:35:42

Loads of kids dress up. We are going for the second time soon and DD will be Elsa.

VimFuego101 Wed 27-Apr-16 21:36:37

Loads of kids dress up.

PresidentCJCregg Wed 27-Apr-16 21:37:12

When we went it didn't even occur to me to dress the kids up. Bloody millions of flammable Elsas all over the shop though. They didn't notice or care; I suppose it depends on her age.

Twistedheartache Wed 27-Apr-16 21:38:24

We were at Wembley a couple of weeks ago & Dd dressed up as Anna. Tons of younger ones dressed up. Tinkerbell is great idea - despite her frozen obsession dd's fave part was Peter pan

Alasalas2 Wed 27-Apr-16 21:38:43

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FirstWeTakeManhattan Wed 27-Apr-16 21:40:44

We went along with around 2,000 Anna's and Elsa's.

Figgygal Wed 27-Apr-16 21:42:11

Ds and I went on Saturday loads of little girls were dressed up not so much the boys which was a shame but he loved it

NotMeNotYouNotAnyone Wed 27-Apr-16 21:42:15

It's the herd of Disney princesses that tells me Disney on ice is in town

edwinbear Wed 27-Apr-16 21:43:42

We also went a couple of weeks ago, we had an Elsa with us and the place was awash with other Elsa's, Anna's and Tinkerbells. Even some of the adults were dressed up - which was possibly pushing it a bit too far ......grin

StrawberryLeaf Wed 27-Apr-16 21:54:55

Yip, I was there with one of the 2000 Elsa's last year! grin. I was holding onto her tightly scared she would wander off and it would be like a real life where's Wally Elsa!

It's great though, much better than I expected!

oncetwicetwotimesamummy Wed 27-Apr-16 21:57:05

Tinkerbell and Peter pan is the best bit!

SummerSazz Wed 27-Apr-16 21:59:19

We had a Rapunzel and a Sleeping Beauty with us. We drove from Birmingham to Scotland that afternoon and the mountain rescue people collecting outside Tebay services in the Lake District were a tad bemused.
We put the £10 I refused to spend on a lurid slush puppy and 1/4 full popcorn bucket in their collecting tin. Felt like a real 2 fingers up to money grabbing Disney grin

Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 22:01:34

The only tinkerbell dress i can find is in the disney store and its £30 shock the princess and the frog is really nice and it looks similar could i get away with it? grin i have a harness so she cant run away but i will be keeping a tight hold of her

Presidentcjcregg my dd would cry if she seen everyone in 'pretty dresses' and she was dressed in leggings and a t shirt (comfort) grin

Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 22:03:39

Summersazz i phoned the venue a couple of days ago and asked if we could take in snacks and cartons of juice and we're allowed i dont want to spend more than i have to, i heard it costs a fortune (not spending money on food she wont eat)

QueenArseClangers Wed 27-Apr-16 22:08:21

Have a look on Amazon. They have a Tinkerbell dress for £12 aged3-4.

Bonnylassie Wed 27-Apr-16 22:10:34

My daughter has this tinkerbell dress

Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 22:13:00

Thank you! I'll get one day delivery so it comes in time for sunday grin

QueenArseClangers Wed 27-Apr-16 22:15:43

Yay! Happy ending grin

Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 22:21:44

Just ordered it! Cant wait to see her face grin

SummerSazz Wed 27-Apr-16 22:22:06

Amy we took drinks and snacks too. I never asked though. Google the price of some of the tat on sale afterwards and you'll be shock.

It is absolutely brilliant (well, was 3 years ago!) so have fun 😊

Amy214 Wed 27-Apr-16 22:31:01

Summer i wanted to make sure because it wasnt very clear on the venue website, i might buy her a little souvenir, i think im more excited than dd grin

firawla Wed 27-Apr-16 22:37:14

So many kids dress up! I always get there and think oh I should have dressed mine in costumes too. Hope your dd enjoys the show, the Peter Pan and tinker bell bit is fab

oobedobe Wed 27-Apr-16 23:22:25

My tips are:
kids dress up (I bring their dresses in a bag and they throw them over their leggings/top when we get inside).
Go to the poundshop and get some treats (we brought in our own candy floss, some M&M and some gummy worms)
I also get mine a cheapy glow in the dark wand thing from the poundshop or sometimes toys r us has flashing things, adds to their fun and only costs me $2 instead of $25 ;)
Have fun!

Cabrinha Wed 27-Apr-16 23:27:04

Loads of people dress up.
But even if they didn't - why worry about being the only one?
Who cares what others do?
If she wants to and it makes her happy - just dress up.

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