We asked the 2023 Royal Court to answer a few questions about some of the things they’ll take with them from this past year, before we get started with Selection Season for 2024. So, before they pack up their luggage and hit the road for their next great adventure, let’s give the Royal Court of […]
Be it in a JROTC uniform or a Daffodil Festival tiara, Queen Vivian knows what it takes to be a leader! On Saturday, March 4th, the annual Daffodil Festival Queen’s Coronation event took place in the auditorium of Mt. Tahoma High School, in order to crown the 2023 Queen of the Royal Court. One by
The skies over Pierce County were a little gray this past weekend, but for those inside Pioneer Park Pavilion in downtown Puyallup on Sunday, February 5th, things were about to get a lot more yellow. One by one, twenty-four of Pierce County’s brightest emerging leaders, athletes, scholars, and more, took to the stage to be
Outfitted For Success: How “Sponsor a Princess,” The Royal Closet, and Community Giving Impact Our Royalty
The members of the Daffodil Royal Court volunteer dozens of valuable hours of their senior years of high school to community representation and service. Through Festival programs like “Sponsor a Princess,” the Festival Closet, and more, we can make sure that they continue to look and feel good doing it!
Daffodil Festival Announces 2023 Theme, Parade and Royalty Selection Dates, and a New Participating High School
The Pierce County Daffodil Festival will celebrate their 90th year of serving the community with this year’s theme “90 Years Around the Sound;” highlighting the history and uniqueness of the South Puget Sound community and their Festival.
Along with announcing their 2023 theme, The Daffodil Festival also announced that they will be adding a 24thhigh school to select a princess. Harrison Preparatory School in the Clover Park School District will hold their first ever Daffodil Princess Selection on November 21, 2022.
The Daffodil Festival meets its Princesses at a very significant moment in their lives: in the Fall of their Senior Year of high school. Their resumes boast many notable accomplishments in scholarship, extracurriculars, community service, and more, partially because they’ve been working so hard to boost these resumes for college acceptances across the four years
The Daffodil Festival Princess Tea took place on Sunday, May 1st, 2022, at Laurel Creek Manor in Sumner. One of the final official events of the Daffodil hosting season, the Princess Tea is a special occasion on the Royal Court’s calendar, as it is one of their best opportunities to get personal with some of
It’s not every day you become Queen of the Daffodil Festival… and certainly not when, in a first of the Festival’s recorded history, you earn the title of Miss Congeniality on the same night. However, as of Sunday, March 27th, Princess Clara of Curtis High School, did just that. Now Queen Clara is ready
Practice Makes Perfect: An Insider’s Peek at Princess Practices, with Royalty Educator Mabel Thompson
The phrase “Princess Practice” might call a select set of images to mind: navigating a dinner plate surrounded by an impossible number of forks, carefully balancing a stack of dictionaries on your head while walking heel-to-toe, or Julie Andrews instructing a young Anne Hathaway in the art of the regal wave. But for the high
The 2022 Princess Promenade will mark the beginning of a new Festival season, as Washington begins to tentatively open up again in the aftermath of Covid-19. As we near the end of February, Pierce County gardeners may have already started witnessing new growth in their neighborhood beds, with the sturdy, green stalks of daffodil bulbs