This Disney Princess dinnerware sold out everywhere last year, and now it’s back

Madison Alcedo

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If you’re a big fan of all things Disney and already have the Disney Parks Monopoly game that keeps selling out, or frequently make Mickey Mouse waffles on the weekend, you’re going to love the latest Disney collectible to add to your collection.

Last year, I couldn’t browse the internet without seeing these Disney Princess dinner plates being promoted and shared, so, of course, they eventually sold out across multiple retailers, including Target and Amazon.

Toynk Toys, the retailer of the internet-famous dinnerware sets, specializes in licensed collectibles like Funko Pop figurines, “Star Wars,” and Marvel merchandise. Now, they have a brand new princess set that’s available for pre-order as of June 8 and will be available to ship starting June 15.

Like the first collection from 2019, which included the castles of princesses Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel and Belle, this new collection is a 16-piece set that features four new princesses: Aurora (“Sleeping Beauty”), Mulan, Tiana (“The Princess and the Frog”) and Rapunzel (“Tangled”).

With the princess dinnerware already being a viral sensation, we’re guessing the company’s latest launch is going to sell out fast.

Credit: Toynk Toys
Credit: Toynk Toys

Included in the set, you’ll receive four 12-ounce mugs, four 2-cup bowls, four 10.75-inch dinner plates and four 7-inch dessert plates. With everything you need for four guests, you’ll be set for a princess-approved dinner! Plus, now that the first collection is back in stock, you could buy both to serve up to eight people.

At $120 each, the sets are affordable considering they’re also collector’s items and ceramic.

For both parties and weeknight dinners, this dishware will instantly add that touch of special magic to your home. And yes, you can finally eat like royalty without the cost of an expensive trip to the Disney Parks.

Shop: Disney Princess Dinnerware Collection 1, $119.99


Toynk Toys
Toynk Toys

Shop: Disney Princess Dinnerware Collection 2, $119.99


Toynk Toys
Toynk Toys

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