Halloween can be a fun time for new parents, as they dress their baby up to celebrate Halloween with them. I’ve collected unique and fun baby costumes to ensure this holiday is just perfect. Your baby will be the center of attention in one of these precious costumes.
Located below are some of the really fun and just darn cute outfits that I found. They range from cows, a baby Elvis, lions, and yes, even a lobster baby costume. It’s tough to make up your mind when each one is so adorable.
InCharacter Costumes Baby’s Lil’ Lobster Costume, Red/Orange, Small (6-12 Months)View DetailsRubie’s Costume Infant Noah Ark Lion Cub Romper, Brown/Beige, 6-12 MonthsView DetailsRubie’s Costume Noah’s Ark Buzzy Bee Romper Costume, Yellow, NewbornView DetailsInCharacter Costumes Baby’s Tiny Tentacles Octopus Costume, Purple, SmallView DetailsElvis Onesie Costume, White, 6-12 MonthsView DetailsRubie’s Costume Cozy Cow, Black/White, 6-12 MonthsView DetailsInCharacter Costumes Baby’s Silly Shark Costume, Grey/White, Large(18M-2T)View DetailsInCharacter Costumes Baby’s Precious Peacock Costume, Blue/Yellow, MediumView DetailsLil Characters Unisex-baby Newborn Tiger Costume, Orange/Black/White, 6-12 monthsView Details
How did you like that peacock costume? It’s Princess Paradise Baby Peacock Deluxe for 6 to 12 months. It’s so colorful and an amazing look for baby. If you want the legs covered, just add some warm tights.
You can also get coordinating costumes for mom, dad, and the other kids. Wouldn’t that baby lion look great with a daddy lion and maybe mom could dress as a lion tamer. For the baby shark costume, I’d suggest the rest of the family wear their bathing suits, swim flippers, and snorkeling gear. Get creative here!
Think of the number of hours it would take for you to make this costume. Well worth ordering from Amazon.
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These are all incredibly cute! I don’t remember anyone dressing babies up for Halloween back when I was a kid and we certainly didn’t buy costumes for the rest of us. We generally ended up as hoboes, wearing a hodge podge collection of our parents’ clothes!
— My sister, Karen