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Chill-Out with “Frozen” Inspired Princess Party Characters

UPDATE: April 2015 (Los Angeles, CA) – Your Frozen parties haven’t “chilled out” just yet; they’re as “cool” and popular as ever! We have been performing at so many ‘Frozen’ themed parties, we’ve not only added a THIRD ‘Snow Queen’ costume (Elsa inspired character), and a second ‘Norwegian Princess’ costume (Anna inspired character), but we’ve also approved yet another cast member to share the ‘Elsa’ inspired role.  Take a peek at this playlist of videos featuring our ‘Frozen’ inspired characters leading the fun at recent events, plus more photos of our team on the job below…

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Let me guess: your daughter is completely obsessed with Disney’s “Frozen”. She puts on her own little one-girl show in the living room, belting out “Let It Go” and walking that Queen Elsa turned-snow-queen-diva walk, as she pretends to magically shoot snowflakes from the palms of her hands. Sound about right? Or is she more of a Princess Anna, stuffing chocolate in her face every chance she gets, skipping around the house singing “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”, before finally falling asleep embraced in a warm hug with her talking Olaf doll? No matter which “Frozen” princess she adores the most, she’s not alone. Here at Papillons Entertainment, we’ve fallen in love with the new queen and princess, too. Which is why we are excited to let you know that our small cast of performers, who boast impressive resume credits as Disney park face-character alumni, as well as various commercial, film, stage, TV and music projects, are ready to bring our exceptional brand of children’s entertainment to your child’s next birthday party as the stunning “Snow Queen” and her charming sister the “Norwegian Princess”.

Be cool this birthday party season and let our Elsa and Anna inspired princess characters take care of the entertainment.

Be cool this birthday party season and let our Elsa and Anna inspired princess characters take care of the entertainment.

As we do with every princess and storybook character, we strive to bring you a truly authentic performance. We put a lot of attention-to-detail into our costumes because your little girl and her friends will notice. We have professionally styled, properly fitting wigs (yes, “Anna” has the white streak in her braid!), custom crafted silver-glittered heels with giant snowflakes on them for “Elsa”, and even hand painted boots for “Anna”.

From head-to-toe, we've added lots of snowy details to our

From head-to-toe, we’ve added lots of snowy details to our “Frozen” queen Elsa costume character.


Our “Princess Anna” inspired character is detailed from her white hair streak to her hand-painted boots.

Authentic, believable character impersonations also depend on specific casting within our team of performers: we have just two cast members who share the character of the ‘Snow Queen’, and two cast members who share the character of the ‘Norwegian Princess’, plus two cast members who serve as swings for both characters. And we only have one costume for each character, so what you see here is guaranteed what you will get when you book a “Frozen” princess party with us.

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How’d you like “Princess Anna” to lead a “Frozen” sing-along at your daughter’s birthday party?!

And wait ’till you hear about all of the fun surprises we have in our performance repertoire for your “Frozen” themed party. Our clients return to us time and again because they know they get the whole package with us: for the excellent customer service they receive… the time and attention that goes into each event… the elite, professional, believable performance they and their guests experience… and most of all, the magic and wonder in their daughter’s eyes as they dance, sing and play along with their favorite fairytale character.

Truly authentic, our small cast of performers have worked as face-characters at popular theme parks.

Truly authentic, our small cast of performers have worked as face-characters at popular theme parks.

We’re passionate about what we do, and our calendar fills-up quickly, so if you’re looking for a cheap princess character, I’m afraid we can’t help you there. But if you’re looking for an exceptional princess character performance, you’ve come to the right place. If you’d like to see more photos of our “Frozen” themed characters, click here. And if you’d like to get in touch, please use the form below to tell us about your upcoming party or special event. Thanks for reading, and we look forward to bringing some coolice-spiration to your “Frozen” celebration!


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Classic Princesses Stand the Test of Time

Did you know: she's French, and more than 300 years old?!

Did you know: she’s French, and more than 300 years old?!

Princesses have been at the core of children’s party entertainment for years, branching off from the standard party clown act of the 1950’s, when group parties for children became the thing-to-do, into the fairy tale favorites we all know and love.

But from where did these characters originate? Many come from the Brothers Grimm 1812 collection entitled “Children’s and Household Tales”. Did you know there are not one, but two, collections of Grimm’s fairy tales? And the first collection contained the story of “The Sleeping Beauty”, which was originally written by Charles Perrault, published in Paris, 1697.

The rise of romanticism in the 19th century is what led Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm to revisit these classic tales, “which had otherwise been on the decline since their late 17th century peak”.

These German brothers were students of academia and culture; during their research, they invited people of a varying social and economic status, everyone from peasants, to middle-class, to aristocrats to come and share their stories.

The Grimm brothers legacy has also been referenced in our modern-day movies, including “Ever After”, during which an old queen relays, what we the audience are to believe, is her story, the tale of “Cinderella”, as well as in the 2005 fantasy “The Brothers Grimm” starring Matt Damon and Heath Ledger.

CinderellaBut why are these cautionary tales still popular today? Is it the romantic ideals they represent? Is it the aspect of danger? Some of them are down-right scary (as a little girl, I remember crying in the “Snow White” ride at Walk Disney World). Or, is it the adventure? As “Belle” says in Disney’s version of “Beauty and the Beast”, perhaps it’s the “Far off places, magic spells…” or the “…prince in disguise!” that children are drawn to. Fun fact: the original story, entitled “La Belle et la Bete” was written by a woman! Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve’s writing was published in 1740, but the most well-known version of the work was an abridgment published in 1756 by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont, another woman. Could it be we ladies have a thing for beasts?

Perhaps there’s no telling exactly why these folk-tales are still so adored by people the The Little Mermaidworld over. In many cases, these stories will also be children’s first experience with classic literature. For my part, no matter what gets kids interested in reading and storytelling, whether it be shiny crowns and ball gowns, or evil queens and magic beans, the simple fact that they’re engaged and entertained is enough.

May the princesses continue to live-long and sparkle! And if you’d like one to host your next children’s party, do give us a call, send an email, or use the handy contact form below.


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