Traveling to Disney?
Have your costume shipped directly to your Disney resort (Disney World or Disneyland) for pickup when you arrive. Your package will be waiting when you check in - then the magic begins! After she wears the costume and/or the agreed upon timeframe is through, just package it all back up in the original box and take down to the front desk for return to Your Fairy Godmother Couture. Ask them to tape up the package and affix the prepaid return shipping label that will come with your order on the front. Ask them to put in their outgoing UPS shipment. That's it! No traveling with the costumes and no worrying about stuffing in your suitcase. Save the room for souvenirs! Please know that when having your rental order shipped to a Disney resort, you'll incur a $6 "package handling fee" that Disney charges all guests who have packages mailed to them.
Your Fairy Godmother Couture doesn't just ship to Disney - we ship anywhere within the US for any special occasion that requires a bit of magic.
Renting for a photo shoot?
I'm so glad you've chosen one of the beautiful and unique costumes or gowns from Your Fairy Godmother Couture for your photo shoot. It is sure to add some extra magic that will take your photos to a whole other level! I highly suggest when renting for a shoot to schedule your rental to arrive 1 or 2 days before the shoot takes place. This gives a little leeway in case the shipment may encounter any unforeseen shipping delays. For example, if you have a Friday, Saturday or Sunday shoot, schedule your item to arrive the Wednesday or Thursday before the shoot takes place. Since UPS doesn't ship during the weekend, you'll return the package on the following Monday morning. Please also note that the long gowns are not allowed to be used in water, on sand or near animals. If you are shooting with a horse please make sure that the child does not sit on the animal in the gown. It is fine to pose beside the animal though. If you have any questions at all, please use the contact page to reach out and ask.