Who needs a broomstick when you can ride in style in your comfy carrier? This carrier cover slips easily over most major baby carriers to transform them into a stylishly wicked mode of transportation, for the tiniest Halloween witch.
Everyone knows garden gnomes love to travel. This costume is perfect for this first big excursion traversing the neighborhood. It’s kitschy, it’s cute, it’s cozy, and since garden gnomes are a little bit creepy, it’s just right for a little Halloween hair-raising, without being too scary.
Get ready for admirers to go batty over this cute little costume. The snap-bottom onesie will make for easy access, should any baby-style “tricks” occur, and the bat-eared beanie will help keep them warm.
When it comes to Halloween costumes for your baby, it’s all about balancing irresistible cuteness and absolute comfort. We’ve combed the web, read reviews, and spent hours on social media to find some of the comfiest, cutest, and coolest baby Halloween costumes available right now.
They may not be able to walk or talk yet, but all eyes will be on them when they wear one of these super cute baby costumes. No matter how your child is going to celebrate the holiday — trick or treat, trunk to trunk, or just hanging out at home — they’ll be the cutest guest in attendance. (And since they can’t eat their candy yet, it’s all yours!)
Whether you want to dress them up as their favourite cartoon character or their favourite fruit (or somewhere in between), we have your baby’s first Halloween covered. As for the candy hangover? We suggest naptime and water.
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Baby Owl Costume Halloween Costumes
Your little one will be a real hoot in this owl costume. It’s delicately made, but sturdy enough for your little bird. Made of faux fur designed to look like soft down feathers, this could easily become a cherished piece that you pass down.
So… Halloween is probably going to be a lot different this year. The CDC is recommending that parents skip door-to-door trick or treating and even parking lot trunk or treat events.
Whether you try to do a low key gathering with just family, attend a socially distant costume parade or visit a haunted forest in lieu of haunted house, as the CDC recommends, you can always just dress up the kiddies and take photos to share on social media.
If a familly Halloween photo shoot is in the plans this year and you’re thinking of ways to dress the baby in the family, there are tons of creative ideas on the Internet.
You can go with traditional like pumpkin, a store-bought costume or you could go brave and try a DIY costume based on pop culture.
POPSUGAR assembled a list of 60+ of the most searched costume ideas and among them are baby ideas like Starbucks employee, Harry Potter, Chuckie from the horror flick, Child’s Play, and Boss Baby!