We love picking a family theme each fall and coming up with fun costume ideas for Halloween. Here are our past favorites to inspire you.
I stumbled across the cutest little monkey costume at a consignment sale when our son was a year old. It inspired a very easy and laid back “Zoo” theme with us as the zoo keepers.
A family of 3 at the time, we dressed up as Jessie, Woody, and Buzz Lightyear!
While we failed at a family photo that year, we did have pretty cute Mike, Sully, and Boo costumes.
This idea was our son’s. He wanted all of us – including his new baby sister (who arrived just in time!) – to dress up as yellow Minions.
I had to veto the big kid’s attempt to dress up his little sister as a dog. She made an adorable Velma though when we dressed up as the Scooby Doo Gang.
Who ya gonna call? How about the Ghostbusters, Janine Melnitz, and an adorable little ghost?
What’s more fun than double Mary and Bert? You’ll be singing Chim Chim Cher-ee as you Trick or Treat.
Sword in the Stone
This was such a fun theme! We had King Arthur, Archimedes the owl, Madam Mim, and Merlin.
Minnie and Mickey Mouse
Steamboat Willie and Vintage Minnie Mouse made a side by side appearance with their Technicolor counterparts.
Coming on Halloween 2020 from a galaxy far, far away …
Looking for more ideas? These costumes we created for Book Character Days at our kids’ schools. They would make great Halloween costumes as well and be expanded for the entire family!
There is a full family of characters in the Geronimo Stilton books to inspire Halloween costumes.
Dress the family up as members of Daniel Tiger’s family starting with a simple DIY Margaret outfit.
With 26 Letterland characters to choose from, it’s easy to find a favorite for everyone. Here’s how we created a simple Vicky Violet costume for under $10.