Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always dreamt of being a Disney princess. I was thrilled to learn that I can combine my love for princesses and face painting to provide children with happy smiles!
Princess Amanda recently graduated from McGill University with a B.Sc of psychology. In addition, she has been a camp counsellor for the last five years and has loved every minute of it! She is fun, energetic and very smiley.
I’ve always been a huge fan of fairy tales and Disney princesses and I find it so fun to be able to dress up and be a princess for the day! I hope to see you at your next party!
Princess Annabelle has been with PBP Montreal since December 2015. Previously, she worked many summers as an animator at day camps. She is currently finishing her studies in Industrial Engineering at Concordia University. She is dynamic, smiley and patient. She finds working with children to be fun and exciting, as well as very rewarding when seeing the smiles she puts on their faces!
I decided to become a Princess because I really enjoy working with children. I want your child and their friends to have a blast at their party !
Princess Meagan is currently pursuing a Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at McGill University. Throughout the years, although Princess Meagan has held other odd jobs, nothing compared to the joy and fulfilment she got from working as a Princess. To embody a Princess truly means to be a kind, patient, caring, independent individual, and these are qualities that Princess Meagan hopes to share with the kids.
I decided to continue my journey as a Princess with PBP Montreal, because I hope to teach young girls to be the best versions of themselves they can be, and that no matter what, they should follow their dreams.
Princess Samantha is in her early 20’s and is currently a studying Kinesiology at McGill University. She is a certified lifeguard and teaches aqua fitness, life saving courses, group and private swimming lessons. She enjoys working with kids, instructing movement and watching them feel pride upon learning something new. In 2015, she was chosen to be a princess in the Montreal St Patrick’s day parade, by winning a public speaking contest.
I chose to be a princess for PBP Montreal because it feels great to know I have animated a very special day for a child.
Princess Sarah promises to make a special effort to engage each and every child at the party, from the more outgoing of them to the shyest among them. Her goal is to keep every little boy or girl entertained and delighted for the duration of the party, and most of all to create a safe and magical environment. She is DAFA certified (Diplome d’Aptitude aux Fonctions d’Animateur), is bilingual, has completed a CPR course and spent a summer as a camp animator.
I chose to become a princess (and a fairy or pirate!) out of sheer adoration not only of children and their huge, wonderful imaginations, but because I also adore fairy tales and Disney as a whole.
Captain Alec is very intrigued by pirates, finding them very interesting and strong as they fight for make change and for what is right – liberty and justice – and rebel against oppression to their cause, something that is still very actual in 2016. Alec has been doing children’s birthday parties for over three years now and has not grown tire of it!
I genuinely enjoy meeting other people and children who share an interest in pirates with me. Why I chose to be a pirate, Mark Twain says it best: Now and then, when we hope we had lived a good life, we would hope to have been pirates.
Being a heroic knight is something all little boys aspire to be when they grow up. By being a knight for birthday parties I get to fulfill my childhood dreams and inspire a younger generations of boys to pursue theirs. I love nothing more than having fun with kids and seeing the smiles that our activities bring to their faces.