|The group of us at the end of the day. Looking at all that blonde hair I feel like singing "One of These Things is Not Like the Other Things".|
L to R: D (my niece), Me, Pink Blur, T, friend C, M, and Blue Eyes
|You can't really see the shirt well, but there it is. We're getting autographs from the Cheshire Cat.|
I am ever so glad I didn't try to go over the top with my costume. It ended up not being too hot to wear and was super comfy. But I won't be wearing it anymore. I'm not a huge fan of the length or the cut but it was great for its intended use. If we go next year I'll have to get myself a different dress. I could have fun with my very own princess dress. The pattern I used was 5-10 years old, when shirt length was shorter. I survived being slightly less fashionable. :)
|Here's a better view of the costume. The tee is just a basic V neck with gathered sleeves. Nice and comfy.|
I had briefly considered wearing my Arwen costume from several years ago and I'm so glad I decided against it. The sleeves would have been ridiculously hot. It was also fun to see the costumes the princesses had. The mermaid princess costume was phenomenal.
|Blue Eyes wasn't the only one who wanted to touch the costume and see what it was made of. I'm just the one of us who respects personal space.|
It was a fun time. I'm glad I made the shirt so I would have a princess costume to wear. I also really did enjoy seeing the other costumes and getting ideas for things to make in the future.
And now I'll leave you with a few more pictures because they were really cute.
|All set for the carriage ride. I had abandoned my curly hair piece by then.|
|Rapunzel was very sweet after D fell down and got a nose bleed. D was pretty upset about it and I was just glad her parents happened to pack a little hand towel in her bag. Brilliant!|