Cuteness Overload: Little Girls as Disney Princesses

My sister, proud proprietress of the popular children’s fashion brand Celestina & Co., recently combined her design talents with Pink Lemon (which makes the most adorable dresses for little girls), to come up with a line of costumes/apron dresses largely inspired by the fairy-tale princesses made famous by Disney cartoons. For the moms and dads out there with little girls who love to play dress-up, you should really check them out:

1. Snow White Apron Dress 

Snow White

Snow White Apron Dress

That apple is a nice touch, no? This is my favorite costume in the group. (The little girl’s also my niece, so I’m a little biased. 😀 ).

2.  Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood Apron Dress

That iconic red hoodie, plus a little girl’s one million megawatt smile, adds up to a very charming Little Red Riding Hood. Add a small basket for trick-or-treating and the little one is ready to go!

3. Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping beauty

Sleeping beauty apron dress

Did you know that the name of Sleeping Beauty in Disney’s version is Aurora? I didn’t. Huh.

Anyway, this one’s not as costume-y as the first two, but still very, very pretty.

4. Rapunzel


Rapunzel apron dress

This Rapunzel apron dress was inspired by the character in the animated feature film Tangled (Loved the movie! You should watch it with your kids). Now, you only need to look for a wig several meters long which can also double as a rope ladder/ whip, and your little girl can serve as a body double for Rapunzel, the heroine.

5. Little Mermaid

Little Mermaid

Little Mermaid Apron Dress

This one’s a nice twist on my favorite Disney Princess, Ariel of The Little Mermaid. Good thing they didn’t go with a fishtail skirt.

You have to give the people behind this photo shoot a lot credit: these are just inspired, charming and wonderful photos. If you’re interested in purchasing a dress for your little one, head on over to this site for details on how to order. There are a couple more dresses to choose from: Cinderella (featured photo), and Tinkerbell.

P.S. If your little girl is going through what my sister calls “the princess phase”, you should check out Celestina and Co.’s line of princess sculptural bows.