New Anna and Elsa Frozen Styles at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

If you are looking for the new Anna & Elsa’s Boutique at Downtown Disney, Disneyland follow this link.

Update: March 2015: I contacted Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique back in the Fall and they say there are currently no plans for Anna and Elsa packages. The short time they did offer the package it was extremely popular and with the huge amount of Frozen marketing around that Parks I’m shocked they haven’t offered it again at Disney World. There is a plethora of Frozen costume dresses and accessories to be found in the retail locations around Disney World.

 

Frozen Vacation Tips:

Want to meet Anna & Elsa without spending hours standing in line? Your first option is to secure a Fastpass. These go quickly, so book yours as soon as the 30 day mark hits. The second option, which works well when spending multiple days at Magic Kingdom: Get in line at Fairytale Hall when the Wishes fireworks are beginning. We recently waited only 5 minutes to see Anna & Elsa during Wishes!

Another great tip for saving both time and money is to order costumes and accessories from the Disney Store before your vacation. You can dress up your kids before heading to the park and it makes for some great interaction and pictures with the characters. Disney Store often runs sales, so bookmark our Deals Page for the latest discounts.

 


 

Original article:

Disney is adding Anna and Elsa makeovers to their lineup and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique ahead of Frozen’s release later this month. The packages will include wigs instead of hair styling. According to Disney’s release, “The “Frozen” package includes your choice of the Anna or Elsa wigs, plus shimmering makeup, face gems, nail polish, a Princess sash and a Princess cinch bag. For an additional fee, you can add the Anna or Elsa costume and crown plus the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique imaging package to the “Frozen” package. The limited time package ends on January 3, 2014, or while supplies last.” The Holiday Minnie package is also available for a more seasonal look. Pricing wasn’t listed, but a typical full princess costume package costs around $190. Call 407-WDW-STYLE for reservations. Visit our  Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique page for more details about pricing and offerings.

As an alternative to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique packages, the Disney Store offers really nice Elsa and Anna costumes which are much more detailed and have available accessories, such as boots, capes, etc. Follow the link below for a full list. Disney Store rotates their deluxe costumes and is always introducing new styles. With the popularity of Frozen, many new clothing items and accessories have been added recently.