Halloween is almost in the town. But when choosing a baby costume for your infant or toddler, you need to consider not only the cutie-factor but also several practical issues that can make or break your party. At least if you want a happy baby and mom. For example, if the costume includes some sort of hat, make sure it is detachable because many babies really hate wearing hats.
Buy a baby costume that is comfortable and safe to sleep in if you infant is young or the party is long. Also check if you can change diapers without taking the whole infant costume off. If you’re not sure if your baby is going to accept the costume, try it at home for a while first and bring alternative clothing that you think suits the party. Now let’s check out these 8 best Halloween costumes for your baby below to inspire you.
1. Popcorn Bucket + Usher Costume
Grab your baby carrier and get ready to hack this on-the-go popcorn bucket. The best part of it is the ensemble is totally temporary, so you can transition from daytime to trick-or-treating in a snap.
2. The Abominable Snowman Costume
This adorable costume for infants will have your baby ready for any winter storm. Instead of fear, your baby will bring laughter and joy in this cute outfit! Your baby will even look this cute when they cries.
3. Poshmark Cupcake Costume
This cute cupcake costume choice is sweet as can be.
4. Star Wars Ewok Costume
We didn’t think Ewoks could get any cuter until we laid eyes on this baby. All those furry accents will make you ready for a cuddle sesh in no time.
5. Baby Peacock Costume
Your little peacock will be an absolute showstopper in this sweet, jewel-toned costume. For chillier fall days, add some leggings for max warmth.
6. Carter’s Little Avocado Halloween Costume
This is a good excuse to turn your baby’s favorite food into a costume.
7. Little Pineapple Halloween Costume
Dress up your little one than with a cozy fleece zip-up with a precious sprout on top.
8. Wonder Woman’s Costume
Your baby might not be able to fight for justice yet, but your little warrior can still celebrate Halloween as one of America’s favorite heroines.