Being a Princess is More About Showing Kindness Than Wearing a Tiara

. November 1, 2017.
Amber French, a wife, a mother of two, and operator 
of an in-home daycare, has taken on a new role— 
being a princess.
Amber French, a wife, a mother of two, and operator of an in-home daycare, has taken on a new role— being a princess.

It is this philosophy that fueled Findlay resident Amber French to create the new local business “Party with a Princess,”is a singing and acting company that focuses on bringing magical entertainment to area children. Enlivening birthday parties, charitable organizations and more, party options include song and dance, crafts, face painting, storytime and/or special ceremonies for the guest of honor. French and crew will travel up to one hour from Findlay for an event.

French is a mother of two girls and cares for her children and others at in-home daycare. She says it is her love of children, outlook on life and wanting to extend these ideas to others that made this child-focused business idea come to life for her.
“I was looking for a way to give back to my community,” said French. “I feel like the magic of life is lost in the midst of all the busy-ness each day. I would love my clients to forget about everything around them for a day and be able to enjoy friends, family and fellowship. My hope is that this business will teach the children the importance of kindness and the understanding that being a true princess starts with how we treat others.”

Standard princess packages cost $65 for the first hour and an additional $20 per hour after that. Discounted options are often available with specials that run monthly.

Party With a Princess would like to invite the public to attend a meet and greet with its version of Princess Rapunzel at Once Upon a Child on November 12th from 1-4pm.

Find them on Facebook under “Party With A Princess.”