When it comes to Halloween, no effort is too much. Homes are decorated to turn them into spooky manors, treats are stocked and the best of all costumes are diligently fussed over. Dressing as the scariest ghoul, banshee, or vampire is every child’s dream. The best thing about those first couples of Halloweens is that you have total say over your baby’s first Halloween costumes. Once they get to choose on their own costume, it’ll be an endless parade of princesses, scary monsters, superheroes, and Minions.
- Baby Politician
You can’t have the first Halloween (or any Halloweens for that matter) dress up your little in Politician costume in formal dress up to give your baby a new and trendy look.
2. Baby Red Riding Hood Costume
No big, bad wolf will be able to get near your sweet when she’s in this hood — she’ll be too darn cute to even think about eating.
3. Baby Bat Costume
There’s nothing batty about this adorable DIY infant costume. Just dress your little one in a black onesie and make wings out of black felt and white chalk.
4. Candy Corn
Candy corn is a Halloween favorite, and your baby will look adorable all swaddled up in these candy corn colors.
5. Ghostbusters Family
Who says all baby costumes have to be cutesy? Let your child and your family get into the toy side of Halloween with this Ghostbusters costume.
6. Baby Sriracha Costume
Some like it hot, so why not dress up your baby in your favorite condiment? If sriracha isn’t to your taste, you can also get bodysuits for ketchup, mustard, and relish. (It’s a great idea for multiples!)
7. Baby Raggedy Ann Costume
The best time to dress your child as Raggedy Ann: When they’re still small enough to be carried around like an actual doll.
8. Ketchup and Mustard
Dress your twin up in the sweetest Tomato ketchup and Mustard Ketchup costume I ever did see. Dressing your little stinkers is especially funny if they’ve been a little gassy lately.
9. Baby Mummy
With recent movies on this ancient Egyptian creature, the Mummy is a hugely popular Halloween character. This look can be achieved by kids easily. Use toilet paper or body bandage rolls to cover the entire body of your child. Use a kohl pencil to darken the rolls. Use a white cloth cut into strips for the head. You can go the extra mile to show organs peeking out from the gaps in the bandage.
10. Baby Sushi Chef
To turn your baby into a tasty treat, try a sushi chef costume that comes with a white with red dot headband and a cute mustache. Not into shrimp? There’s also a sushi and chopsticks in the baby’s hand to complete the look.
11. Harry Potter
Your baby can be Harry Potter with round sunglasses. This classic costume is the best for Halloween Party.
12. Chef and Crab Fam-Jam
Design your Halloween Family in this cute chef and crab family. Your baby is to be styled in Crab whereas you can be the chefs.
13. Chicken With Eggs
You probably already think of your kids as your little chicks, so they’ll really live up to the name in this so-cute-it-hurts chicken costume. Dress your twins in cute chicken.
14. Scarecrow in the farm
Your little one doesn’t even need to be able to say “I am Groot” to wear this scarecrow costume.
15. Cute Noodles
There’s no better way to pay homage to your college cup noodle days than with this absolutely precious “cute noodles” outfit.
16. Starbuck Cappuccino
If you live for Pumpkin Spice Lattes every fall, get your little one started early with this coffee shop-ready costume.
17. Baby Beauty Customer Costume
This hilarious costume is a crocheted wig with curlers in it — you just have to add the mini robe and your baby will look fabulous.
18. Subway Sandwich
Fans of the sub shop will love this adorable Subway sandwich costume. Your little one will be so cute you could eat them!
19. Baby Elvis
Your baby might already act the part of a rockstar, so why not dress them up as this classic children’s favorite rock and pop star “ Baby Elvis”.
20. Grandma Twins
There’s nothing cuter than a baby in a granny disguise. Pair this way adorable with your baby’s most obnoxiously floral outfit, a cardigan, and some costume jewelry, and you’re set.
21. Baby Yoda
Technically called “The Child” and not “Baby Yoda,” the breakout character from Disney’s The Mandalorian is the infant costume of choice for any Star Wars fan. It’s perfect to wear when taking a Force Nap.
22. Chick- A- Fila
Dressing a baby as a cow for Halloween? Udderly delightful.
23. Pickachu and Pokemon
Always wished you could have your own Pikachu? Well, buying your baby this soft onesie might not exactly get you the Pokemon of your dreams, but it is equally as cute.