Breaking: You can now get a Princess Leia makeover at Disney’s Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

For today’s “take all my money, please” and also “kids these days have it so great,” Disney has just announced a brand new experience coming to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. In case you’ve forgotten, there’s a new heroine in the Disney Princess ranks, and her name is General Leia Organa. Do you (or your little ones) dream of becoming that kind of princess?? Well, the time is now, because Disney’s making it happen.

According to the Disney Parks Blog, in 2018 the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique will begin to offer a Star Wars package for little ones looking for out-of-this-world Galactic Transformations. Kids ages 3-12 — and not just little girls, but little boys, too — can be transformed into their favorite galactic characters, like Leia, Rey, Kylo Ren, and an X-Wing pilot (if you want to pretend that you’re Luke or Poe or Wedge, that’s your choice). All Galactic Transformations also come with a “personalized name tag, lanyard with medallion and magnet set.”

For those adults already groaning that they can’t get in on the fun, don’t worry, Disney has you covered. The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique will also offer guests over the age of 12 a package featuring, “a Rey makeover that includes a stylish dress, makeup and hair style.” If Rey’s not your girl, you can pick one of the other fun Star Wars T-shirts available.


Before you furiously start trying to make an appointment for your offspring (and/or you), there’s one small kicker: The only Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique that will be offering this is the one on the Disney Fantasy. That’s the Disney Cruise Line ship that offers Star Wars Day at Sea, which transforms all of Disney Fantasy into a galaxy far, far away. The Star Wars Day at Sea will run from January through April 2018 and if you’re like, “I have to do this, it is my destiny,” you can book your cruise right here.

And hopefully, something like this will make its way into the Disney parks on the mainland in say like…an entire land dedicated to Star Wars? That’s a pretty good idea.