Grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize! There’s nothing like all the ghoulish fun at Mickey’s Not–So–Scary Halloween Party. With a new fireworks spectacular sure to dazzle the crowd and fan-favorites such as “Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade” and “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” making their return, there’s so much in store for this one-of-a-kind Halloween party. Before you explore Magic Kingdom Park and partake in trick or treating for all ages, you have to be properly dressed for the occasion – and we’ve got tips that will help you look your best while saving your hard-earned cash!
Classic Mickey and Minnie
There’s nothing better than being the king and queen of Disney. This classic and fun costume is simple to make. If you’re aiming to be Minnie Mouse, you can just wear her traditional red polka–dotted dress. For Mickey Mouse, all you need is a black shirt with his classic red pants. You can even add your own spirit to these iconic costumes. But don’t forget the cherry on top – your Mickey ears!
A word we’re all familiar with, Disneybounding is quite simple. You can create your outfit based around your favorite character without having to spend any money (just use the clothes in your closet!). Whether you decide to dress to the nines and be fancy or go with something more casual like a T-shirt, just remember to accessorize. No Disney character is complete without a few pieces of flair.
Go costume shopping
Can we go thrift shopping? Shopping is an inevitable part of life, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend all your money on a costume you might only wear once. There are plenty of stores where you can find discounted costumes. Or if you happen to miss the spooky season, you can always buy a costume once the holiday passes, at a much lower price, and wait for the following year to rock it.
Create your own costume
Between Disneybounding and costume shopping, there’s plenty of ways to mix-and-match! It’s fun to put a spin on your costume and showcase your creativity. You can also get together with your friends and have a crafting party – it’s more fun to work together!
No matter what you wear or who you match with, the most important thing is to have fun. Take the time to enjoy making a costume you can’t wait to take photos in. After all, this is Halloween, everybody make a scene!