National Princess Day
Today is Princess Day. Treat yourself like royalty. This holiday celebrates the belief that anyone, regardless of their gender, can be a princess. Princesses come from all walks of life and can be born anywhere. Learn more about National Princess Day and how you, or your friends, can participate in being a princess for one day.
Who wouldn’t want to be a princess? Maybe you even dream of being a princess. National Princess Day celebrates all that we are and gives us the opportunity to pamper ourselves. Even if we only get to be princesses for a day, we all deserve it! Beautiful fairytales are often associated with princesses. So why not make this day a day to fulfill your dreams? Make the things you’ve always wanted to do a reality.
Did you know that Snow White was the first princess to grace our televisions? In 1937, she graced our TVs. There have been many princesses since then! This includes everything from Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty. There will be plenty of beautiful princesses to look at on this day. In recent years, there has been a new generation of princesses like Elsa from Frozen or Moana. This is a very important message.
People think of princesses when they think about Disney princesses. They think of them as having all the feminine traits you can imagine. The 18th century saw King George I introduce the term “princess”. Many of the wives of price would have been called “Lady so and-so” before that. The first Disney princess story, Snow White, was published. This made it a historical moment.
However, National Princess Day was not created by Disney. It was instead brought in by Nest Entertainment, a smaller company. Nest Entertainment decided to partner with Sony Entertainment to create one of the most iconic hand-drawn stories ever, The Swan Princess. Over 8 movies have been made by the franchise, each of which is over 80 minutes in length. These stories are based on Russian folk tales about Swan Lake. This holiday was created by the franchise to encourage children’s imaginations and help them embody the kindness, joy and wonder that every child sees in princesses.
Let children know that National Princess Day is here to help them understand how simple it can be to be a princess. You can host a party or dress up. You can set up a play in your home and tell the story of a princess through the trials and triumphs of love. If you are an adult who loves the idea of princesses and want to have fun with your friends, host a party and discuss famous female historical figures who were also princesses. Use the hashtag #princessday to share your thoughts with friends and family on social media.
You can celebrate National Princess Day in many different ways. Act like a princess to celebrate National Princess Day! You must show the world how amazing you are! Princesses are famous for their manner of eating, sitting, talking, and walking. Be sure everyone is aware that you are a princess and behave like it.
You can also watch movies and shows about princesses. There are many options. We mentioned some of the most iconic Disney princesses earlier. There are many other films, however, such as The Princess Diaries. You could also watch a documentary or film about the real princesses in the world. The most beloved princess of all, Princess Diana, is a great place to start. Although she was tragically killed in a car accident in 1997, her memory lives on in the hearts of many people around the globe. Many films have been made about Diana, including Diana: Her True Story and Diana: A Tribute to the People’s Princess.
National Princess Day can also be celebrated by honoring other princesses in your family. You and your friends could throw a princess party. This is a great way to have fun and be your own child again. A bouncy castle could be rented. There are many ways to make your day special, including princess-inspired food and wearing a crown. You must have pink cocktails! Sparkly decorations and lots of royal touches are also options. Invite your friends to dress up like princesses. Who doesn’t like a little bit of dress up?