A sea of sparkling and doe-eyed children, many dressed as princesses, flocked to the New York Junior League’s Astor Ballroom on Monday for Moey’s Princess Ball. The event marked the release of Princess Revolution! the third album from kids band Moey’s Music Party. At the daytime affair, lead singer Melissa Levis delighted revelers with song and dance from the group’s new album. In addition to musical merriment, Balloniac brought balloons and Face Art by Melissa drew paint designs on the for the young ones’ faces. A throng of other crafters and party people added more creative amusement for the many princesses.
The concert was sponsored by Oriental Trading Company, Hom Boms and Lester’s.
“Princess Revolution is a call to action for all girls to celebrate their love of pink and bling while knowing that they are beautiful for who they are on the inside. I don’t want girls to idolize princesses for being dainty, helpless maidens—I want them to see themselves as ‘sparkle-tacular’ helpful heroines,” stated Ms. Levis.
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