You can’t deny it: One of the most fun parts of having kids is dressing them up in adorable Halloween costumes, like a baby Dory or a roly-poly BB-8. Even if you don’t have a big brood, don’t fret! There are plenty of creative ways for you and your fam to play dress up, even if you’re pregnant and need an easy maternity costume. Keep scrolling for 52 fabulous Halloween costumes for you and your entire family to rock.

1. Lightning and Thunder Costumes: This mommy and me costume is elemental, to say the least. We love the cotton ball cloud effect too! (via Brit + Co)

2. Ewok Costumes: Are there cuter creatures than the Ewoks from Star Wars?! We think not. (via Brit + Co)

3. Finding Dory Costumes: Dress the whole fam in your fave marine creature cast! Dory, Hank, and Nemo FTW! (via Brit + Co)


4. Paint Brush and Paint Palette Costumes: Live your most creative life when you and your babe match in these adorbs DIY costumes. Now it’s time to paint the town red! (via Brit + Co)

5. Futuristic Family Costumes: Here’s one family’s take on what the future holds for us. They’re way more stylish than The Jetsons. (via Tell Love and Party)

6. Frida Kahlo Costumes: Of course Frida’s signature unibrow is an essential part of pulling off this look — for both mommy *and* bb. (via Brit + Co)

7. Where The Wild Things Are Costumes: There’s no cuter Halloween trio than this loving tribute to Where the Wild Things Are. (via Love, Jordan)

8. Edward Scissorhands Costume: This year, we’re really digging this mommy and me version of Edward Scissorhands and the dinosaur bush. ‘Cause tiny Johnny Depp. And ’cause cuteness overload. (via Brit + Co)

9. Beetlejuice Costumes: Easily our favorite costume and the most effortless one to put together thanks to our Halloween BFF, Amazon Prime. (via Brit + Co)

10. Big Bird and Elmo Costumes: Real talk: Who has time to make more than one costume? It’s okay because your mini will lose their minds when they see the life-like Elmo ‘fit in person! Totally worth it. (via Brit + Co)

11. Grease Costumes: The matching red Converse are a must, and you can wear them all year long! (via Brit + Co)

12. The Labyrinth Costumes: ICYMI, David Bowie was in a fantastical movie in the ‘80s and you need to see it ASAP. It’s creepy, strange, and beautiful all at the same time. Kind of like these costumes. (via Brit + Co)

13. Jurassic Park Costumes: You and your S.O. can undoubtedly pull the necessary rugged clothes right from your closets, and all that’s left is finding your little one some sort of dino gear. We do love the half-hatched look, but if you’re out of time or are dealing with a cranky kiddo, just throw on their fave dino PJs. (via Cupcakes and Cashmere)


14. Family of Trolls Costumes: Bring *all* the good luck with your very own team of trolls! (via Brit + Co)

Peter Pan and the Lost Boys Family Costume

15. Peter Pan and the Lost Boys Costumes: Harness that rebellious spirit as a whole family this Halloween. All you’ll need are some PJs, cardboard swords, and a Pan getup. (via A Beautiful Mess)

16. The Princess Bride Costumes: Dress your littlest one as Inigo Montoya, Fezzik, Vizzini, or our personal fave pictured above — a R.O.U.S. (rodent of unusual size). (via Brit + Co)

17. Aladdin Costumes: Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, and Abu the monkey. Can you think of a cuter family trio? (via Brit + Co)


18. Princess Peach and Toad Costumes: Pay homage to your favorite childhood video game and dress up as the original royal princess, complete with a tiny toad companion. It’s also the perfect excuse to try on the most outrageous princess dress you can find. (via Brit + Co)


19. Royal Family Costumes: Channel your inner royal with this adorable, yet sophisticated, family costume. Even if you don’t have this exact getup, a few key pieces will make you easily recognizable — like the fascinator and blue knee socks. Prince William not required (but always welcome)! (via Say Yes)


20. Alice In Wonderland Costumes: Fall down the rabbit hole this Halloween and hit the town with a pint-sized Red Queen. Scour your local thrift store for a blue skirt and white blouse and put your own spin on the lovely Alice. (via Say Yes)

21. Cat in the Hat and Goldfish Costumes: This goldfish is completely DIY while the Cat in the Hat costume can be purchased online. The perfect balance of buy and DIY. (via Brit + Co)

22. A Family of Circus Snacks Costumes: Who doesn’t love the sugar-filled snacks at the circus?! (via Brit + Co)

23. Where’s Waldo? Costumes: Pull out all of those striped shirts in your closet and pile on your wackiest accessories. Anything goes with these Waldo costumes. (via Lovely Indeed)

24. Cop and Donut Costumes: These two pieces are easy to find at most costume stores or on Amazon if you don’t have time for a shopping trip. Finish the whole look off with a very stern donut-loving look and you’re good to go. (via Brit + Co)


25. Monster Family Costumes: Take a little inspiration from the famous Munsters this All Hallows’ Eve. We’re sure your little mummy and bat will approve. (via Tell Love and Party)

26. Katy Perry and Her Sharks Costumes: Katy Perry and her dancing blue sharks have to be one of our favorite pop culture memories of all time. (via Brit + Co)

27. Toy Story Costumes: This is the perfect family costume for a family of any size since there are endless characters to choose from. (via Brit + Co)

28. Winnie the Pooh Costumes: Willy nilly silly old bear — and his best friends! (via Brit + Co)

29. Usher and Bucket of Popcorn Costumes: The usher look is simple and a great last-minute costume — black skirt, white button-down, and bowtie. For the popcorn, grab your baby carrier and a handful of safety pins. That’s right — this is a totally temporary piece! (via Brit + Co)

30. The Three Stooges Costumes: Larry, Curly, and Moe won many hearts throughout the mid-20th century. This goofy trio makes for the perfect (read: easy) kooky family costume. Get your giggles ready and pull out every suit piece you own to create these outfits. (via Brit + Co)

31. The Incredibles Costumes: Not only is this one easy, but it’s also perfect for all those Pixar fans (hello, everyone). There’s nothing quite like a superhero family united in the service of justice. (via Brit + Co)


32. Top Gun Costumes: Maverick? Check. Iceman? Yep. Goose? Obvs this little goose makes the perfect Anthony Edwards. Grab your aviators and get ready to teach your mini-me to fly. (via Brit + Co)

33. Russian Nesting Dolls Costumes: A group of Russian nesting dolls is the perfect group Halloween costume for families of all sizes. The key is to dress every member of the family the same and include a piece with an intricate pattern. (via Brit + Co)

34. Ariel + Sebastian Costumes: If you’re looking for a night full of undersea adventures, treasures, and dinglehoppers, this costume will definitely do the trick. Your little crab’s costume is as easy as a red onesie, a red headband, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes. (via Brit + Co)


35. Star Wars Costumes: The force is strong with this family costume. Bonus points if you turn your dog into Yoda. (via Say Yes)


36. Princess Leia and an Ewok Costumes: This mommy and kiddo Star Wars costume is so good we’d rock it year-round. (via Brit + Co)

37. Curious George and the Woman in the Yellow Hat Costumes: That monkey suit? COME ON. It’s too good. (via Brit + Co)

38. A Family of Frappes Costumes: These days we can all agree that Starbucks is pretty much a part of most family traditions. Recreate everyone’s favorite Starbucks drinks as a group Halloween costume! (via Brit + Co)

39. Rainbow and Sunshine Costumes: Any mama can attest to this — what better way to honor your little sunshine than by pairing up as your mini’s rainbow?! (via Brit + Co)


40. Disney Tourist Costumes: Okay, this one might be a little confusing to the kiddos, but just tell them you are practicing for that trip later this year. (via Say Yes)

41. Saved By The Bell Costumes: ’90s lovers, it’s time to introduce your little ones to everything magical about this nostalgic TV show. Mom jeans, leftover ’80s hair, and really large cordless phones. (via Brit + Co)

42. Sriracha and Taco Costumes: This one is a show-stopper! The trendy hot sauce can finally give you an excuse to turn your mini into a teeny tiny taco! (via Brit + Co)

43. Bathtime Costumes: Rub a dub dub, the whole fam’s in the tub! (via Studio DIY)


44. Circus Family Costumes: Everything about this costume just screams cuteness. We can’t decide which we like better: the cute lion or the strong little man. (via Tell Love and Party)

45. Mufasa and Simba Costumes: “Remember who you are. You are my son and the one true king.” (via Brit + Co)

Beyonce and Blue Family Costume

46. Queen Bey[oncé] and Blue Ivy Costumes: Go for a punny pop culture costume with this playful look at the Queen and her kin. (via Brit + Co)

47. Max and a Wild Thing Costumes: Let the wild rumpus start with this ferociously adorable costume. Your little Max will be regal in the cutest way possible. (via Brit + Co)


48. The Emperor’s New Groove Costumes: If you haven’t seen this gem of a movie, it’s time. Once you’ve watched it we guarantee you’ll want to outfit the whole fam for Halloween. (via Say Yes)

49. Lawn Flamingo and Cactus Costumes: Even if you’re not Palm Springs-bound, we think this desert-inspired duo is just the mama and baby costume to win that contest. (via Studio DIY)

50. Dominos Costumes: Rather than just playing bones, why not be the bones?! (via The Merrythought)

51. Circus Animal Cookies Costumes: If your girls love pink then they’ll adore being dressed up like the scrumptious snacks they love to eat. (via A Joyful Riot)

52. Care Bears Costumes: Perfect for busy moms and dads, this tutorial is even no-sew, so you won’t be up all night before trick-or-treating. Plus, a family in matching sweatsuits is a sight to behold. (via See Vanessa Craft)

What’s the cutest family Halloween costume theme you’ve pulled off? Tag us the ‘gram!

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