After Mario defeats Bowser and rescues Peach, Peach thanks Mario by kissing him and baking him cake.
He takes her to his castle in the Valley of Bowser.
He holds her inside his Koopa Clown Car during his battle with the Bros., which allows her to throw them items.
After she is rescued, Toadstool kisses Mario (or Luigi) on the cheek.
In Super Mario 64, Peach invites Mario to her castle for cake, but before he arrives, Bowser takes control over the Power Stars and seals Peach in the fresco over the entrance of the castle.
Princess Peach (casually Peach, formerly Princess Toadstool outside of Japan prior to Super Mario 64) is a main character in the Mario franchise, and the princess of Mushroom Kingdom. and was created by Shigeru Miyamoto to be the damsel-in-distress throughout most Mario games. Her kingdom is often attacked by the Koopa Troop, a group led by Bowser. Peach has an affinity for the color pink, which accents her feminine personality and kind temperament.
Peach's feminine nature and role as the damsel are often represented with her heart abilities and princess emblems.Before Yoichi Kotabe conceived Peach's finalized character design, a couple of prototype designs were created for the character. Japanese box art, depicts her with a long-sleeved dress, no gloves, strawberry-blonde hair, and crown jewels with no distinct colorations.Another prototype, seen in the 1987 Japanese strategy guide How to Win at Super Mario Bros., portrays her as a Toad rather than as a human, having a mushroom cap instead of natural hair, plus a simple tiara and a gown reminiscent of Aurora from Disney's Sleeping Beauty.Peach has always been depicted as a blonde in video game artwork, although it was originally of a darker, more strawberry-blonde shade.However, due to the graphical limitations of the NES hardware, her on-screen sprite in the earlier Super Mario Bros.Certain contemporary sources reconcile the two names by listing her full name as "Peach Toadstool", including subsequent re-releases of Super Mario 64, such as the international, Shindō Pak Taiō Version and the DS remake, which had the princess signing her letter using both "Toadstool" and "Peach". Bowser invades the Mushroom Kingdom, transforms its inhabitants into various objects, and kidnaps Peach (then known as "Princess Toadstool") so she cannot reverse his spell. After they defeat Bowser, the brothers rescue Toadstool. Deluxe versions, Toadstool also gave her hero a kiss on the cheek.