Q&A

Unicorns are such wonderful creatures, we are sure you will have some questions. We have tried to answer some questions here already. If however we can be of of any assistance in please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Questions:

Q1.: What if the Unicorn has “to go” during an event?

Q2.: What color is the Unicorn? Can it dress to match my party?

Q3.: Can the Unicorn carry a bride in her wedding or reception?

Q4.: What size do Unicorns come in?

Q5.: Can the Unicorns wander loose at my party for atmosphere?

Q6.: Can the Unicorn do tricks?

Q7.: Can I feed the Unicorn?

Q8.: How are the Unicorns trained?

Q9.: Where do the Unicorns live?

Answers

Q1.: What if the Unicorn has “to go” during an event?

A1.: As every creature does, even Unicorns sometimes need to follow the call of nature. We do make sure that the Unicorn is given ample opportunity prior to their engagement to see to any personal needs. If it is an outside venue, an Unicorn handler will discretely and efficiently tidy up any unpleasantness. For inside venues or if the particular venue requires we have a special Unicorn diaper to catch any unwanted “gifts”.

Q2.: What color is the Unicorn? Can it dress to match my party?

A2.: All our Unicorns are white and unique, just like you and me. London, our petite Real Unicorn is 41 inches tall and has a faint sprinkling of freckles. Sir Lancelot, our majestic Real Unicorn is 57 inches tall and has endearing dark eye. He can carry up to 250lbs. Both Unicorns can wear coordinating accessories, such as flowers or ribbons, to your event. The handlers costumes can also be coordinated to suit your needs with the help of our in-house designer. We are happy to work with you to make your fairytale vision come true.

Q3.: Can the Unicorn carry a bride in her wedding or reception?

A3.: Yes, Sir Lancelot, majestic Real Unicorn is trained to help you make a majestic entrance. Our fully trained handlers will assist you in your desires. He can carry up to 250lbs. Sir Lancelot can wear coordinating accessories, such as flowers or ribbons, to your event. The handlers costumes can also be coordinated to suit your needs with the help of our in-house designer.

Q4.: What size do Unicorns come in?

A4.: Our Unicorns come in two sizes. We have London, our petite Real Unicorn who is 41 inches tall. Sir Lancelot is our larger Unicorn and he is 57 inches tall.

Q5.: Can the Unicorns wander loose at my party for atmosphere?

A5.: Unfortunately as the Unicorns might get into some mischief and nibble someone’s buffet, all Unicorns must be lead by an Unicorn handler at all times. This is for everyone’s safety.

Q6.: Can the Unicorn do tricks?

A6.: Yes, London, our petite Real Unicorn has been trained to do some adorable tricks. She will give hugs on cue as well as lay down and bow. London loves to pose calmly for pictures. Sir Lancelot, our majestic Real Unicorn is calm and collected and offers the option to be ridden and enjoys posing in pictures.

Q7.: Can I feed the Unicorn?

A7.: Unicorn feeding is at the discretion of the attendant as we do not want them to get a tummy ache. All our unicorns love to eat alfalfa treats. They will also eat pieces of carrots and apples, and some will even eat dried banana chips! We do not feed them sugary things like candy as this is very bad for their teeth. They very much appreciate to have access to fresh water to fill their big bucket when they come to visit.

Q8.: How are the Unicorns trained?

A8.: All our Unicorns are trained with positive reinforcement methods and lots of praise and love. We spend lots of time and patience getting each Unicorn ready experience life with all the new friends they will make. We patiently teach them to be confident around many things, such as people (large and small), animals, noises, cars and decorations.

Q9.: Where do the Unicorns live?

A9.: When our Unicorns are not visiting new friends, they live in a large pasture setting where they can play, run and relax with other animal friends. They love the games their attendants play with them and all the loving spa treatments they get. They are doted on by daily housekeeping with lots of fresh food and water. They have cozy stalls to dream in and snuggly blankets if it gets too chilly. Should they so need it, they have immediate access to veterinary, hoof and other care specialists.