Meet Our Cast
SarahGrace was absolutely fascinated with princesses from a young age. She and Caroline used to create fantastic stories and adventures for their dolls, dreaming of being princesses when they grew up. Who knew that dream could become reality? She feels truly blessed to make magic for little ones all over Charleston.
SarahGrace has four younger siblings and grew up babysitting and playing with kids of all ages. She believes her excellent experience with children makes her an ideal character performer, because she knows how to make anything fun!
SarahGrace recently graduated from Charleston Southern University with a double major in English and Christian Studies. While in school, she worked for the theatre department for two years designing sets and costumes, sang in three different choirs, and acted in several plays and musicals.
SarahGrace her husband, Josh, are currently pursuing masters degrees in 2021. When she isn't in costume, you can find SarahGrace rock climbing, trying out new crafts (macrame is the current favorite!) and going on adventures with Josh and their fluffy pup, Albus Dumbledog.
Growing up, it was rare to see Caroline without a princess dress. Her favorite part about Storybook Encounters is the opportunity to use her love of fairytale characters to make magic come to life for other young princesses (and princes!) in the Lowcountry.
Caroline has been sewing since middle school, and she is proud to have created all of the costumes for the characters she portrays. Her first costume, Alice in Wonderland, was awarded Best in Show at a costume contest in 2014.
Caroline recently graduated from Anderson University with her degree in business accounting and supply chain management. While at AU, she created costumes for the theatre department and was a member of the inaugural AU Women's Chorus.
Caroline is grateful to have returned to Charleston to begin a full-time position as a financial analyst in August 2020. When she is not working, you can find Caroline studying Shotokan karate or creating her next costume.