Cinderella with Prince Charming
Some families are able to just GO to Disney World. You know, hop in the car wearing whatever you have on and ride some rides, eat some overpriced food and head home. Others need to do a little bit more preparation.
Florida mom Jennifer Rouch is one of those hardcore preppers. She makes elaborate Disney-themed costumes for her 3-year-old daughter and takes her to the parks to meet her costume-inspirations. They head to the parks about once a week, so you know there's a lot of sewing going on in that house.
Here are some of our favorites:
Jack, Sally and their creepily adorable little friend.
All the Sleeping Beauties are ALL THE SLEEPY!
Belle & Belle reading a book together.
Some of the costumes are modeled after in-park characters ...
... and may be cuter than the movie costumes.
You can see all of Rouch's creations on her tumblr.
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