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Snow White Experience Package - Gems from the Seven Dwarfs' mine, story pages and more on
fairytale paper!

Fairytale Crest on Antiqued Paper - great for party Snow White party invitations and thank you notes!

Snow White's full story on antiqued fairytale paper!

Snow White Bingo


The Snow White Experience -
A FREE Planning Guide

Looking for an opportunity to REALLY treat your little princess? Consider giving her an opportunity to BE Snow White for a period of time. Little girls love to dress like a Disney Princess, but rarely do they get an opportunity to truly FEEL like one. They can in their imaginations, which are wonderful things, but there are things that you can do to really enhance her experience!

This page is dedicated to the effort of adding interactive components to the whole Disney Princess experience - this one specifically focusing on the story of Snow White. As the owner of Quest Experiences, an interactive design consulting firm, we've created personal adventures for individuals looking to feel like everyone from an international spy to Indiana Jones. With over 20 years of professional experience in designing themed adventures and experiences for others, we've learned a few tricks that you can incorporate into a single activity for your own little Disney Princess.

We've put together a FREE SNOW WHITE EXPERIENCE PLANNING GUIDE that you can download that contains all you'll need to get started planning that special time for your princess while she's still of princess age. It details how to link together different activities to provide a true 4-D experience. We also offer inexpensive and unique props that can be specifically used in your little princess's Snow White Experience such as realistic Seven Dwarf gems and Snow White storybook paper that looks magical!

Today's children, more than any other generation before them, are being raised in a culture where entertainment is becoming more and more immersive...and they are LOOKING for that immersion experience. We remember a little of what we hear and only a little more of what we say. However, we remember A LOT MORE of what we do. With a Snow White Experience, you'll be able to give her soemthing that she will always remember.

Come visit us soon as we'll be adding more Disney Princess Experiences in the near future!



Introduction to The Snow White Experience

Although we've designed experiences for individuals that were as complicated as a full blown motion picture, every effort has been made to provide an easy to use guide that will allow YOU to make the experience that you create perfect for your own energy level. The MOST important part of the entire planning process is to keep from getting overwhelmed. If you have the most amazing experience planned, but never get to finishing it because of over-ambition, your little princess won't receive anything. A small experience that is completed will be much appreciated than a GRAND experience that was never realized. Remember, keep it as simple as you need to in order to complete it.

Ok, let's get started…

In simple terms you'll be taking the story of Snow White and breaking down into specific 'episodes,' key points in the story that propel the tale. With each of these episodes, you'll provide an activity of some sort for your princess to actually DO. In this way, she'll be retracing the steps of the storybook character in experiencing everything Snow White actually did. The next section will provide a healthy list of possible activities to choose from, but don't let that stop you from creating your own!

In SOME way, you'll want to provide the actual story to the experience. By this we mean the action of reading the story as you progress in the experience. This serves more than one purpose. First, it is a way to frame the experience for the princess. It will set the stage at the beginning and will provide closure at the end. Second, it will help fill in the gaps of the experience/story that might have been forgotten. For example, everyone remembers Snow White eating the apple but does everyone remember her frightened run through the forest? Third, it provides context for the activities. She'll hear the story portion and then get to live it, feeling like the story was written about HER. The best scenario is to allow her to 'open' the story pieces (as in an envelope.) Why is that? Because children LOVE to open gifts and envelopes. She'll look forward to the story unfolding because she'll be able to open up another envelope/box/whatever.



Snow White's Poisoned Apple on Fairytale Paper - great for thank you notes and more!

Story of Snow White (First Page Reproduction) on Fairytale Paper











Other Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Resources:

The Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Experience

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Theme Party Games

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Theme Party Activities

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Theme Party Decorating Ideas