Is there anything more fun than dressing up your little darling for Halloween? When it comes to Halloween costumes for babies, there's no shortage of amusing and creative ideas out there. Deciding on the perfect costume for your cutie can feel overwhelming; so we've taken away the guesswork with these delightful baby Halloween costume ideas that parents will look back on fondly for years to come.
Top Pick Halloween Costumes for Your Boo-tiful Baby
Best Costume for Parents on a Budget: Beauty Parlor BabyThe knitted cap could be the only part of the outfit you need to purchase. Everything else is likely already in baby's closet! Read more.
Best Baby Halloween Costume for Twins: Tomato Ketchup Mustard Red Yellow Twins SetTwice the babies, twice the Halloween cuteness. Nothing pairs better together than cute little condiments! Read more.
Best Halloween Costume for Quick and Easy Diaper Changes: Little Avocado CostumeBecause little legs aren't jammed in the costume, the body component will easily slip off and on for seamless diaper changes. Read more.
Best Baby Halloween Costume for Babies Under 3 Months: Health Care Provider CostumeThis outfit is really no different than everyday newborn wear, except maybe cuter. Read more.
Best Halloween Costume for Newborns: Starbucks Coffee CostumeIf you have a newborn, you you might be staying indoors for Halloween. You can still have dress-up fun with this Starbucks onesie. Read more.
Beauty Parlor Baby
Channel the parlor days of yesteryear with this adorable beauty parlor Halloween costume. The knit cap with curlers gives a vintage vibe while keeping your baby's head nice and warm on Halloween night. Pair it with slippers or sandals, a fluffy baby bathrobe, and sunglasses (all likely in your baby's closet already), and you have a creative costume that will stop the neighbors in their tracks.
Baby Sushi Costume Cute Enough to Eat
The only thing more delicious than a plateful of sushi is your sweet baby. Dress your living doll up in a white onesie and white pants or tights, and add the sushi backpack and sushi-inspired headband to create one yummy-looking costume.
Yummy Look for Twins
I have a pair of twins, so I know a thing or two about needing to have complementary Halloween costumes. Everyone loves a cute pair of twins and everyone loves food, hence this outfit is a winner. Besides being adorable, it's inexpensive. Just the financial break twin parents need.
Little Avocado Halloween Costume
You can't go wrong with dressing your darling up like a cutie avocado. This costume is gender-neutral (helloooo hand-me-downs!) and is easy to put on and take off your baby, making diaper changes a piece of cake. Arms and legs are free from the costume, which will please all of those little mobile explorers.
Adorable Little Chicken
Please, someone snag this idea right now. Do it for all of us parents who are past the baby stages of life. Babies dressed as farm animals are just about the cutest thing on the planet. This little chicken getup almost makes me want to have one more baby, just so I can dress them up in barnyard-ready gear on October 31st... almost.
The Doctor Is In!
Can we all agree that doctors are the most celebrated humans on the planet right now, considering the current state of world affairs? This outfit pays homage to our everyday heroes. It is an excellent choice for very young babies who become too hot and sweaty in some Halloween costumes or too chilly in others. It's soft, simple, and not much different, material-wise, than everyday infant wear.
A Hoot of a Costume
A baby dressed as a sweet little owl is nothing if not a hoot! This outfit is gender-neutral and includes only one crucial component, the bodysuit. You have enough on your plate parents, you don't need to be chasing down costume components in the moments before trick-or-treaters hit the doorsteps.
Go Girl Power With Rosie the Riveter
Your little human is going to grow up and move mountains. Channel all of that inner badassery in this statement costume. For tots who loathe headbands, swap it out for big head bows or faux bandana hats.
Dress Up Your Wild Thing
Book lovers will fall all over themselves with this Where the Wild Things Are inspired costume. The bodysuit is soft and comfortable, making movement easy for babies on the go. The hood with that iconic crown is detachable for tots who have had their fill of costume fun.
A Cup of Starbucks Cuteness
You might not want to take your brand new baby out into the elements for Halloween, but you can still get in on the dress-up fun! This Starbucks costume is a perfect choice for new parents who want to memorialize their baby's first Halloween while celebrating their other true love... coffee. The onesie and soft hat are similar to what a newborn would wear in everyday life. Pair this with white booties or soft white socks, and you have a practical and creative costume for your brand-new baby.
You've heard the term, "That's their lobster." The phrase refers to true love, which is exactly how you feel about your little one. This little lobster costume is nice and cozy for cool fall climates. Dress a parent up in a chef's coat and hat and wear your baby in a baby carrier for cozy comfort, or push them in a stroller. Man, I love a great costume theme!
Whichever costume you go with will be great, because what lies underneath the outfit is surely the star of the show. Babies in costume are adorable sights no matter the garb, but these ensembles will elevate your little pumpkin to a whole new level of cuteness.