Elsa mascot costume rental

Elsa Mascot Costume

Rental Price $150 Price Includes Shipping and handling If you Pickup Mascot Locally In Bergen County NJ Price is $100 Dollars

This is the Actual Mascot you would be renting Just Call Us or email us the date you are interested we will ship you elsa mascot costume with a prepaid return label you have 72 hrs to ship mascot back to us from rental date

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Contact Us Below Or call US 1-201-753-5536

 

 

This deluxe  Princess Masoct costume including:  body, head, suit, gloves,  shoes  (tail).       

Total weight of the costume include the head is only 4-6lb usually.

Material: EPE Head , perfect vision , light weight, breathable& washable.

   Outter Fabric:Short hair velvelt 

   Lining Material: Polyester taffeta 

   Filling Material in body: Polypropylene cotton.

Queen Elsa of Arendelle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios‘ 53rd animated filmFrozen. She is voiced primarily by Broadway actress and singer Idina Menzel. At the beginning of the film, she is voiced by Eva Bella as a young child and by Spencer Lacey Ganus as a teenager.

Created by director Chris Buck, Elsa is loosely based on the title character of The Snow Queen, a Danish fairytale byHans Christian Andersen. In the Disney film adaptation, she is introduced as the princess of the fictional Scandinaviankingdom of Arendelle, heiress to the throne and the elder sister of Princess Anna (Kristen Bell). Elsa has the magical ability to create and manipulate ice and snow. She inadvertently sends Arendelle into an eternal winter on the evening of her coronation. Throughout the film, she struggles first with controlling and concealing her abilities and then with liberating herself from her fears of unintentionally harming others, especially her younger sister.

The Snow Queen character, neutral but cold-hearted in the original fairytale and villain in numerous adaptations of the character, proved difficult to adapt to film due to her transparent depiction. Several film executives, including Walt Disney, attempted to build on the character, and a number of scheduled film adaptions were shelved when they could not work out the character. Buck and his co-director, Jennifer Lee, were ultimately able to solve the dilemma by depicting Elsa and Anna as sisters. As much as Anna’s struggle is external, Elsa’s is internal. This led to Elsa being gradually rewritten as a sympathetic, misunderstood character.

Elsa has enjoyed a largely positive reception from reviewers, who praised her complex characterization and vulnerability. Menzel was also widely praised for her vocal performance of Elsa, especially that of her performance of the song “Let It Go“, with critics frequently calling her a “powerhouse”.[1]

 

Disclaimer: Please Note** the characters that we offer are NOT name brand copyrighted characters. The characters that we represent our are own creations. Any resemblance to nationally known copyrighted characters is incidental and unintentional. It is not our intention to violate any copyright laws. Please be aware when booking a mascot that we do not represent any copyrighted characters