Feepy and I (mom) met some friends to see the new Cinderella movie over spring break. I thought it was absolutely beautiful. To me, the sweet romance between Cinderella and Prince Charming was as magical as the big scene with the fairy godmother. Feepy, who was not so interested in the dancing and happily-ever-after kiss, was mesmerized by the special effects when the pumpkin turns into the carriage. When it came time for us to check out the Disney Princess Horse & Carriage, we knew we wanted to incorporate a pumpkin into our play scene for our YouTube toy review.
We crafted a big Play-doh surprise egg into a pumpkin to set up and open before taking a turn with the Disney toy set and doll. Inside the surprise egg we discovered some cute trinkets: a Minnie Mouse Yazzle, a Littlest Pet Shop blind bag, and a Hello Kitty bubble necklace.
We had already set up Cinderella with her horse and carriage. The toys looked absolutely stunning on our little video soundstage. The horse and carriage are well made and roll easily. It’s a little tricky to get Cinderella inside the carriage because of her crown. Cinderella’s glass slippers slide on and off very easily, which is important for story reenactments. The set would make a lovely addition to any Disney Princess collection!