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Working on making family of 3 costumes for Halloween? These are super easy, no sew options that are a ton of fun!
It’s that time of year…….the scramble to figure out Halloween Outfits time. Now, I’m probably not the only one who isn’t talented in the sewing and crafting area (RIGHT)? Around the beginning of October, I normally scour the internet for creative costume ideas….only to find a million that are adorable, but not easy to make. My goal this year? 5 minute Halloween Costumes for families of 3. Simple, easy costumes that anyone can recreate with glue and the right accessories. If you’re on the hunt for last minute family of 3 costumes ideas, these will be right up your alley!
I let Lydia help plan these ideas, and they were so much fun!
Family of 3 Halloween Costumes Ideas
Each of these costumes is based around a simple idea, and mostly uses simple clothing and accessories with minimal crafting needed (you’re welcome). I promise, the adults won’t hate these options. And the kids? Their costume is comfortable and easy to wear plus a ton of fun.
Who doesn’t love inside out? I mean…..come on it’s perfection! These outfits? All Lydia’s idea (and the poses too). This was super easy to put together and a lot of the pieces can be worn again and reused. You could easily use a ton of items you already have in your closet, and just add accessories (I’d argue that the Bing Bong plush is a requirement).
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Family Halloween Costumes for 3: Descendants
Ok, now this? Probably Lydia’s favorite of all our Family Halloween costume ideas for 3. We wore this Descendants family Halloween costume to last year’s Disney California Adventure Oogie Boogie Bash. If you’ve got a Team VK fan in your house….then trust me these will be a big hit (be sure to watch all three films so that you know WHY this trio is absolute Halloween Family Ideas perfection). Funny story, when I bought all the costume elements, Robbie hadn’t seen any of the movies. He was SO confused about his wig, the shirt, the whole thing. When we changed into our costumes for the Disneyland Halloween Party (you can wear them usually from about 4 pm on so we changed out of regular clothes at that time)…..he was shocked. I’ve never seen so many tweens excited about a costume. Everywhere we walked they yelled “OMG IT’S HADES!” and “Look it’s the Villain Family!” He may not have known who he was, but it was pretty fun. We watched the movies the week after, and he had to admit….the costume was pretty spot on. A year later, Lydia still wears this dress for dress up ALL the time….so worth every penny!