Some people have asked where I got the outfits that my daughter wore in the Disney World photos I shared.
Some asked if I made them. I laughed, because I cannot sew. I can barely craft, guys.
I got them all from Etsy! It's a site where I can easily drop $100 and not know what happened. It's sort of like the Target of the Internet.
To help folks out, I decided to do a post where I share the exact link where you can purchase the dresses. Now, some of these dresses weren't exactly cheap--but I would sell stuff on eBay and turn around and buy an outfit. I did not buy everything at once. If I had, my husband would have given me this look:
(But to be fair, it's the same look I give HIM when he spends $79 on a new computer game.)
We hope to go to Disney World in 2017. I don't know if Natalie will wear special dresses then. I hope! But it might be her last time doing it.
Why must kids grow up?
1. Day One: Cinderella's Sundress by Theresafeller.
Day Two: Belle Top and Skirt by LexiPagesBowtique
Day Three: Chewbacca Dress by A Posh Pumpkin with matching headband (I requested it be made with sleeves because I wasn't sure about the weather.)
Day Four: Deluxe Anna Dress from The Disney Store
Last Day: Lilo Dress from A Posh Pumpkin (I don't see it listed, but if you message her she might be able to help out!)
Also on the last day, Natalie wore the "young Anna" dress by BITSnSCRAPS
When we left, she wore a Frozen outfit. If you are interested in the skirt, I can pass on an e-mail address. The person who makes it doesn't have a website. The shirt was from Kohls.
And for fun, Natalie got the Elsa and Anna dresses from the new Frozen Forever movie from The Disney Store and tried them on.