Flower Princess :: Fairytale & Fantasy Dolls

Flower Princess

Flower Princess dolls were produced by Creata from 1982-89 and were distributed by Telitoy in the UK. They were a set of 11-1/2 inch fashion dolls which were released wearing various different outfits. There was also several fashion outfits and playsets.

In Italy they were sold as part of the Tanya line, under the name "Principessa Dei Fiori" by Ceppi Ratti. All dolls and outfits were different from the Creata line.

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Dolls ~ Fairytale & Fantasy Collection

The fairytale and fantasy themed dolls included:

  • Flower Princess Collection
  • Flower Prince Collection
  • Royal Wedding
  • Fairytale Godmother & Witch
  • Little Sister & Her Forest Friends
  • Dream Come True

Flower Princess Collection [1984 - no.1000]

"Royal elegance with the magical touch of a flower fairyland."

Laurelle Lisette

Leanna was produced as both a white and a black doll.

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Laurelle - White Doll Leanna - Black Doll

The back packaging only varied slightly from the original packaging.

Flower Prince Collection [1984 - no.1050]

"The dashing young sons from the Flower Princess fairytale doll collection."

Lancelot Lawrence
Leslie Packaging Back

Royal Wedding [1984]

"The romantic fairytale bride and groom, elegantly dresses in sparkling gold, jewels and fur!"

Fairytale Godmother & Witch [no.1027]

Celestia - "The spellbinding magical mystery queen."

Tempestia - "The beautiful wishing star queen."

Celestia Tempestia

Little Sister & Her Forest Friends [1985]

"Lots of flower frosted hair to comb and style!"

Lively Lovables

There were three fuzzy animals also produced, as shown on back packaging. I have yet to find any.

Dream Come True [no.1041]

"Your dream princess at the fairytale ball!"

These dolls were sold in the original white packaging and the later pink packaging. Presumably there were three.

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