Mom With Kids After RunDisney; Mickey Fantasia Hat; Donald Duck Hat; Goofy Hat
  • On Aug 27, 2013
    Linda Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We have a 17 month boy and a 6yr old girl. We bought the tickets for the not so scary parade and i would like to dress in a theme for the parade. There will be 3 adults and of course the two children any suggestions.

    Hi Linda!

    I absolutely love Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. I'm so excited to see what new surprises they have in store this year!

    As for your question, let me throw out a few ideas to see if we can get the creative juices flowing:

    #1 - Disney Movie Characters

    I've seen a bunch of families with costumes inspired by recent franchises like Pirates of the Caribbean or The Incredibles. Maybe you could pay tribute to a classic like Honey, I Blew Up the Kid? You could dress your son like Wayne Szalinski (business casual with red-rimmed glasses) and the rest of you could dress like toddlers that accidentally got in the way of Professor Szalinski's growth machine.

    #2 - Disney Theme Park Characters

    The three adults and your daughter could dress like the Magic Kingdom's own Dapper Dans and have your son dressed as a pitch pipe, a barber shop pole, or a cane (the typical accessory to any respectable barber shop quartet singer).

    #3 - Topical Costumes

    A nod to the British Royal Family might work. You could be Kate, your son could be baby George Alexander Louis, and your daughter could be the Queen. 

    Here's a little tip from your buddy Derek:

    No matter what costumes you choose, remember that you should be able to wear comfortable shoes for all of the walking you'll be doing around the Magic Kingdom. Plus, if you plan to enjoy any of the attractions during the party (The Haunted Mansion is always a "must" for me), then your costumes should allow you to enter and exit the ride vehicles with ease.

    I hope that helps! Please feel free to write back if you should have any additional questions and I'll be happy to help in any way that I can.

    Best regards,
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Meet the Panelist: Derek, Virginia

Whether you're traveling with infants or preschoolers, planning a family reunion, taking a romantic trip for two, or even traveling solo - I've been in your shoes.  I'd love to help you make the most out of your next Disney vacation! Learn More About Derek

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