With Halloween only a few weeks away, I’ve gathered a few #WonderFALLDisney ideas for costumes using products you can find at Disney Parks.
We offer a handful of costumes for kids at Disney Parks including two costumes from Disney Channel’s “Descendants.” You may also find a costume inspired by Maleficent or Minnie Mouse. The Halloween Shop on DisneyStore.com has even more choices of costumes for kids and babies.
Speaking of Minnie Mouse, we are currently offering a limited-time Halloween Minnie Package at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique locations at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. This package includes choice of hairstyle, shimmering makeup, face gem, nail polish, Princess sash and Princess cinch bag, plus a Halloween Minnie Mouse costume and matching Minnie Mouse headband.
If you are a guest attending Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland Resort, don’t forget about our special limited time offer at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in Disneyland park. See this Disney Parks Blog article for details.
For guests visiting Magic Kingdom Park in Florida, stop by The Pirates League in Adventureland to be transformed into a swashbuckling buccaneer. We recently introduced a Captain Jake look inspired by Disney Junior’s “Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates.”
Fans of The Haunted Mansion will find several apparel and accessories including a new dress, or a costume t-shirt that resembles the butler costumes worn by Cast Members at the attraction.
If you want to “Rock the Dots” like Minnie Mouse, you can pair a hooded sweatshirt with your choice of stylish hats and bow-covered shoes.
Finally, we offer numerous hats and headbands for those wanting something simple yet festive this Halloween season.
Look for these items and more in select shops at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. You may also find select items using the Shop Disney Parks mobile app.
If you need additional ideas, check out my fellow author Jennifer Fickley-Baker’s Halloween DYI articles. They include makeup tutorials featuring pirates, mermaids, Disney’s Frozen, and hitchhiking ghosts.
I hope the Minnie experience is open to adults too (like me) ?