My friend and I, along with our girls, entered the ballroom. The tables were simply elegant; dressed with pink cloth napkins, glass slipper centerpieces, pitchers of pink lemonade, and princess cards to collect signatures. After finding a table, we made our way to the castle backdrop to get photos.
Along the outside wall of the ballroom, there were tables covered with glitter foam stickers, feathers, sequence, and different colored masks. Here, you'd find the kids and adults designing sparkly masks. After all, what's a masquerade without masks?
Next, we made our way over to the photo prop table. You could choose feather boas, princess' hair styles, wands, shields, glasses, masks, and more.
It was then time to begin calling table to get food from the buffet. During this time, the princesses, one-by-one, made their grand entrance into the ballroom. Cinderella, Elsa, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), and Rapunzel visited each table; taking time for hugs, autographs, photos, and kids having star struck moments.
After dinner, the princesses and kids took over the dance floor! Of course, there was a "Let it Go" singalong moment with Elsa :)
Two and a half hours later, the kids, parents, and princesses were ready to go home! Before leaving, all four princesses invited everyone up for one last photo op.
At $30 per person, Cinderella's Masquerade was worth the memories.