From virtually riding some of Disney World’s most popular attractions to recreating recipes from the parks, it’s pretty easy to celebrate all things Disney from the comfort and safety of your own house.
And now, you can add some Disney princess-themed dishes to your dinnerware collection, too. Following the release of a dishes collection last year that represented Belle, Ariel, Jasmine and Cinderella, this new 16-piece dinnerware collection features Princesses Aurora (“Sleeping Beauty”), Mulan (“Mulan”), Tiana (“The Princess and the Frog”) and Rapunzel (“Tangled”).
The colors and designs include signature items that represent each princess’s story.
The 16-Piece Ceramic Dinnerware Set Collection 2 is available for pre-order now on Toynk, and when it is released on June 15, you’ll also be able to find it at Amazon and Target.
The set includes four 12-ounce mugs, four 2-cup capacity bowls, four 10.75-inch dinner plates and four 7-inch salad/dessert plates. The whole set is priced at $119, including shipping.
If Anna and Elsa are your favorite Disney characters, however, you can also get a set of dishes entirely based on “Frozen 2.”
Also available for pre-order for $119, this 16-piece set features ornate “Frozen” details, such as icy flourishes and character silhouettes.
If your fandom tends more toward intergalactic relations, perhaps you’d prefer this Star Wars set instead! The stoneware collection, inspired by Boba Fett and the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian,” features a Mythosaur skull.
Unlike the other sets, this one is only four pieces (two plates, one bowl and one mug), so it’s more for standard everyday use. In stock on June 22, it is $49.99, including shipping.
You can also add some Disney whimsy to the cooking process with Le Creuset’s line of Disney cookware, and whip up delicious meals to serve on your new Disney dishes.
To keep things classic, check out these Mickey Mouse ramekins. A set of two ramekins is currently on sale for $37.50 (originally $50).
Which new Disney dinnerware set will you be adding to your kitchen?