The Princess Shop
The Princess Shop

the dress program

The Graduation Dress Program

**2021 Graduation Season Update** As of February 1st 2021

Dress Program registration forms are now available. We will be announcing the start date for dress appointments in the coming month. Please fill out and submit the form below and check back here or on our social media to see when we announce when we are starting dress appointments. If you would like you can also indicate in the form that you would like to receive notification by email that we are beginning appointments. Dress appointments will be scheduled based on the order in which we receive forms and on your graduation date. All health and safety protocol will be followed rigorously. The health and safety of graduates, our volunteer team, and all involved at The Princess Shop is our top priority. If you have any questions please email us at 306-222-3311 or email


The Princess Shop’s Dress Program lends donated dresses and accessories to female-identified and female expressing graduates in financial and/or social need, to create an equivalent graduation experience to their peers.  A female-identified individual interested in the program can fill out our online form or reach out to their school counselor for a hard copy application.  Then, they will be contacted for a personal appointment with representatives of The Princess Shop. The organization hopes to find the perfect dress for graduates who are facing financial and/or social barriers when it comes to graduation and beyond.

The Princess Shop does not discriminate based on gender expression, gender identity, or sexual orientation. In addition, there is no age limit, as long as the graduate is graduating from a recognized education program in Saskatchewan, they are eligible to submit a registration form. 

**PENDING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS** Grade 12 Princess Graduates in Saskatoon also have access to donated services, including makeup by Green Tree Beauty, hair by MC College, and professional photography by Wanda Keen.

“In need” is understood as an individual who perceives oneself as “facing barriers to the opportunities, experiences, or advantages enjoyed by peers in their community, socially or economically.”

If you are graduating in Saskatoon from Grade 12, please fill out this form:

If you are graduating from OUTSIDE Saskatoon Grade 12 or any Post-Secondary program, please print and fill out this form:
If you are graduating from any Grade 8 program in Saskatchewan, please print and fill out this form:

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12 - 1622 Ontario Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1S8
t: 306-222-3311

Kelsey Murphy, Executive Director

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