Royal treatment awaits youngsters, families at third annual Princess Tea, April 16 in Easton

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Photo provided courtesy of Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP)

EASTON, Pa. — The nonprofit Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP) invites young princesses and princes to don their fairytale finest for a meeting with royalty at a Princess Tea on April 16, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Bank Street Annex, 316 Northampton St.

Throughout the tea, beloved movie princesses Cinderella, Jasmine, Tiana, Rapunzel, Belle and Ariel will interact with children and sing and dance. Upon arrival each princess or prince will receive a tiara or crown. It’s a perfect opportunity for videos, photos and memory-making.

Guests will enjoy beverages (including tea, of course), a light lunch, and sweet, allergy-friendly treats — as well as a visit from special guests from A Storybook Party.

Tickets cost $40 per person, ages 3-100 (everyone must have a ticket to enter including parents/grandparents and caregivers). Children under 2 can attend for free. Advance tickets are required and are limited in quantity. Tickets are non-refundable. The event is a fundraiser for GEDP.

A VIP Experience from 10:30-11:30 a.m. is sold out. Upon arrival, a princess or prince will receive a glass of juice from Ariel. Cinderella will offer a special tiara, Tiana will bestow a sparkling wand, Belle will offer a rose from her enchanted garden and Jasmine will hand out an autographed sheet signed by all the princesses. VIP ticket holders also enjoy all the benefits that come with regular admission.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit .

ABOUT: GEDP is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization focused on Easton’s economic well-being, historical integrity, programmatic development, vibrant culture and hospitality. For more information, contact Executive Director Jared Mast at 610-250-2078 or Visit us online at



Information provided to TVL by:
Michael Drabenstott (for GEDP)
Drabenstott Communications Group