April 24, 2016

Be Adventurous with Disney Princess Rapunzel #DreamBigPrincess


Disney Princesses are some of the most iconic characters in the world. Cinderella, Belle, Ariel, Jasmine, Rapunzel -- most of their stories have been carried down from generation to generation. I remember loving Cinderella as a little girl, knowing the story, singing the infamous songs and relishing in the daydream. A dream is a wish your heart makes...

In 2014, Hasbro announced a merchandising partnership with Disney and they've worked closely to develop a new Disney Princess line that gives kids new ways to play, emphasizing storytelling, while staying true to each Princess's unique attributes and story. They call this line the Modern Princess. And as you may have seen on my Instagram feed, Simply Suppa is SO SO SO SO SO SO happy to be working with Hasbro and Disney to introduce you to this new collection, and feature a different Disney Princess each and every month.

Girls aspire to be extraordinary; Disney Princesses are no different. Take Rapunzel, for example.

Rapunzel is Adventurous. She's been trapped in a tower since birth but is curious and puts her trust in stranger who helps her escape from the tower and visit the twinkling lanterns in time for her birthday. 

Rapunzel is actually Isabelle's current favourite princess. She loves her long blonde hair (similar to her own) and I do see a lot of the same qualities in the two -- they are both feisty and strong-willed, independent and creative. We recently hosted a Tangled Birthday Party for Isabelle at a local play place that allowed the kids to be wild and adventurous. Needless to say, she was stoked to find out that Rapunzel was our first featured Princess. 


The Rapunzel doll is just lovely. She is wearing her traditional purple dress and has big, beautiful eyes and soft hair. She's easy to move and maneuver, and her dress has a handy velcro attachment at the back. (My girls had her nekkid in minutes!)

Hasbro has also released a line of Disney Princess toys called little Kingdom. These little princesses come with removable parts and can fit in the palm of a child's hand. Play with the Princesses on their own, or add additional accessories, like Rapunzel's Stylin' Tower. Rapunzel's Stylin' Tower also comes with a few hair styles (tangle-free cause they're plastic!) and her little chameleon friend, Pascal. Note, the pieces in the little Kingdom line are...well, little. Very little. We made sure to find a special "Princess Box" to hold all the little Princess accessories so Madeline (and Rex) are safe.



The little Kingdom collection is super cute and already has a prime spot in our family room. 


My girls were so excited to get their hands on this month's Disney Princess feature and I want you to have the chance to #win this for your kids! 

Each month, in addition to reviewing the latest in Hasbro Disney Princess, Simply Suppa will also give away a Disney Prize Pack so you and your family can enjoy them just as much as we do. 

 Good luck!


18 comments:

  1. This is so great! I can't wait to play with the princesses myself lol

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  2. My daughter loves Cinderella because she is kind.

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  3. My niece loves Cinderella because she thinks she is pretty and loves that she meets a prince. (Judy Cowan)

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  4. My granddaughter loves Elsa she brings her everywhere.

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  5. My granddaughter love Cinderella because she get to go to the ball in a beautiful and ends up meeting her prince.
    Florence C

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  6. My kids love Belle. I think it's because she's friendly.

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  7. My daughter loves Cinderella because she is pretty

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  8. My daughter love Belle . She says its because she is smart and loves to read . She's pretty too

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  9. She likes Rapunzel because she thinks she is awesome!

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  10. Mine likes Ariel! I think because she has red hair and a mermaid tail!

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  11. My granddaughter loves Rapunzel for her hair LOL she is always putting in new bows or ribbons on her!

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  12. My daughter loves Ariel cause she has red hair like her mum!

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  13. She likes Elsa. Just obsessed with Frozen, loves her hair.

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  14. My girls are fans of Aurora and Ariel - their films are their favourites!

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  15. My daughter loves Ariel and Elsa

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  16. baby girl loves Jasmine and Ariel because they are pretty

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  17. My niece loves Mulan and Elsa. I think it's probably because of their strength.

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