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11 Ideas for dressing up as a family for Halloween

Ideas for dressing up as a family for Halloween

Dressing up parents and kids together can be a lot of fun for everyone, one of those unforgettable moments you remember for years. This Halloween, enjoy the spookiest party of the year with your loved ones. 

Here are some family costume ideas to scare the streets.

No Family Costume Ideas
1 Monster Family Costume
2 The Nightmare Before Christmas Costume
3 Addams Family Costume
4 Pumpkin Costume
5 Harry Potter costume
6 Coco's disguise
7 Doll Costume
8 Guardians of the Galaxy costume
9 Star Wars costume
10 Skeleton Costume
11 Robot costume

1. Monster Family Costume

Monster Family Costume
Monster Family Costume Photo by Daisy Anderson: pexels.com
Another great option is to dress up as a monstrous family consisting of Father Frankenstein, undead mother, mummy son, and baby bats.

2. The Nightmare Before Christmas Costume

The Nightmare Before Christmas Costume
The Nightmare Before Christmas Costume Photo by Daisy Anderson: pexels.com
We continue with another cinephile costume, this time from the hit movie, one of Tim Burton, one of Jack Skellington's children, another of Oogie Boogie and Sally's mother. This time you have to be really good with costumes and makeup.

3. Addams Family Costume

Addams Family Costume
Addams Family Costume Photo by Gustavo Fring: pexels.com
Turn your family into The Addams, all you have to do is dress in black and white, put on a black wig and give it a gothic, hideous twist with makeup. This is a spooky, fun, scary example.

5. Pumpkin Costume

Pumpkin Costume
Pumpkin Costume Photo by Karolina Grabowska: pexels.com
This is a good idea especially if you are a large family. The Family Pumpkin Halloween shirt can be great fun for the whole family.

5. Harry Potter costume

Harry Potter costume
Harry Potter costume Photo by Mikhail Nilov: pexels.com
Entering the magical world of Harry Potter is very easy. Do you need a wand, glasses, a black cape and a red and yellow tie, or do you prefer white and green?

6. Coco's disguise

Coco's disguise
Coco's disguise Photo by: amazon.com
Make-up, flowers, and color are key to creating this Coco movie-inspired costume.

7. Doll Costume

Doll Costume
Doll Costume Photo by Antonio Friedemann: pexels.com
This costume is one of the easiest if you've ever been surprised on Halloween. All you need is a white outfit, black tape or markers, and a black mask, which you can make yourself using white card stock and a little imagination.

8. Guardians of the Galaxy costume

Guardians of the Galaxy costume
Fake Deluxe Groot Costume Photo by Franco Monsalvo: pexels.com
Another quirky costume is the Guardians of the Galaxy costume. Transform your family into Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot.

9. Star Wars costume

Star Wars costume
Star Wars costume Photo by Craig Adderley: pexels.com
With Princess Leia, Darth Vader, Professor Yoda and Imperial Warriors, this Galactic Family costume never goes out of style and we love it more and more every day. And so much so that the details are not lacking!

10. Skeleton Costume

Skeleton Costume
Skeleton Costume Photo by Charles Parker: pexels.com
Simple, elegant and effective. This skeleton costume is very easy to get. All you have to do is dress in black, preferably leather, and put on makeup to make your face look like a skull. With a little makeup you can achieve a scary result as you can see in this photo.

11. Robot costume

Robot costume
Robot costume Photo by Ichad Windhiagiri: pexels.com
To craft this costume, all you need to do is stock up on all the boxes you have at home. Once the skeleton of your robot is articulated, paint it your favorite color.

Halloween crafts

Kids love making crafts because once they're done, they can enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done and the effort that went into making the craft. Halloween crafts for decorating the house, party invitations, painting and cutting out pictures to hang in windows… it all worked. It's so easy to find a craft you might enjoy that's age-appropriate for your kids and get creative!

Halloween craft ideas: Spooky pumpkins, painted black pumpkins like cardboard cats, skulls and bats to decorate inside and out, paper cobwebs, apples mummies - just regular apples wrapped in a bandage with two plastic eyes glued together.

What ideas do you have for a fun family Halloween? If you think ahead and prepare everything in advance, the children will have a lot of fun the days before and on the day of the party.