I have never forgotten how much joy I felt when I used my imagination and created something beautiful for someone else. That was the birthplace of Fancyful Fairytale Parties.
— Jessica Selby, Founder

Fancyful, LLC is a proud donor of Arkansas Children's Hospital,
Project Zero, Arkansas Autism Foundation, Whole Kids Foundation, Junior Diabetes Research Foundation,
Easterseals Arkansas, The American Heart Association, and St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital

It is our desire to use our gifts and talents to serve our community with our special brand of magic. Here are some recent ways our princesses have volunteered their time to brighten the lives of our fellow Central Arkansans!


Volunteer Events

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Whole Foods Market “Whole Kids” Club

Our performers have volunteered to appear at Whole Foods Market in Little Rock for story times, song performances, dance lessons, and photo-ops to support the Whole Kids Foundation! Check our Upcoming Events page to see which characters will be appearing next!

Bryant Elementary School Visit

This sweet special needs class for a surprise visit from Rapunzel, herself! The children got to read, sing and play with her to their heart’s content!


Volunteer Birthday Parties


Encouragement For Princess Willow…

Willow was diagnosed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in August of 2017. She was having a tough time with chemo treatments and all she wanted to do was to come back to her dance class. When she was finally able to, her dance instructor at Cabot Dance Academy contacted us about having a birthday and "welcome back to dance" party for her. Needless to say, our princesses were there in a heartbeat with smiles, hugs, and even a special princess quilt for Willow to take with her for her treatments at the hospital. It was a day that none of us will ever forget!


A Magical Day For Kate…

Princess Kate wanted her three favorite princesses to join her and her friends for her birthday celebration. Our performers immediately jumped on the chance to show up and fill her day with magical memories! 

Best party ever. My 22 yr old disabled girl’s party was amazing. It was a swim party but no one wanted to swim. Moms are still texting me that their girls can’t stop talking about the princesses. My friends have asked how to get ahold of them for friends. It was 30 min but the girls wouldn’t let them leave. They stayed in character the whole time. Amazing!!! It’s not only for small children, it’s for my girls that love them.
— Kelly Currence, Kate's Mom


Do you know of a little one in need of some encouragement?

Contact us so we can work our magic!