Disney Family Halloween Costume Ideas

Easy Alice in Wonderland Family Costumes DIY for Halloween

Alice in Wonderland Family Costumes: Dive Down the Rabbit Hole

Welcome to my magical guide on creating the perfect Alice in Wonderland family costumes! Whether you’re a fan of the classic tale or just looking for unique and whimsical costume ideas for Halloween night, I’ll take you on a journey through the rabbit hole. From Alice costumes to Mad Hatter costumes, I’ll cover everything you need to transform your whole family into your favorite wonderland characters.

My sister in law and her family joined us for a trip to LEGOLAND Brick or Treat. We decided on a fun Alice in Wonderland theme which was perfect for so many family members!

Check out these 55+ Disney Family Halloween Costumes to inspire you this spooky season!

Alice – The Adventurous Heroine

Alice is the heart of the story, and her costume is both iconic and simple to create. Inspired by the classic tale, this costume is perfect for any little girl or adult who wants to step into a world of wonder.

To start, find a simple blue dress and pair it with a white apron. Don’t forget the white tights and black shoes to complete her look. A blonde wig with a black bow will give the perfect Alice finishing touch, making you instantly recognizable as the beloved character.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: Look for a blue dress and white apron at local thrift shops. You might be able to find an old dress that you can repurpose, or even some fabric to sew your own. Check out this DIY Alice Dress Tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
  • Accessories: Add a pocket watch for a whimsical touch. This accessory nods to the White Rabbit and adds an extra layer of authenticity to your outfit. You can find inexpensive pocket watches at costume shops or online.
  • Blonde hair: If you don’t have blonde hair, a wig works great. Look for a blonde wig with bangs and style it with a black bow headband to capture Alice’s classic look.
  • White apron: You can either purchase a white apron or make one from a thrifted white pillowcase or sheet. Simply cut to size and add straps that tie around the waist and neck.
  • Shoes: Black Mary Jane shoes are ideal, but any black shoes will do. You can even use a bit of black fabric paint on old shoes to get the right look.

Final Touches:

  • Makeup: Keep the makeup simple and fresh. A light foundation, a touch of blush, and some mascara will give you a youthful and adventurous appearance. For an extra touch, you can add a small heart-shaped beauty mark near the eye.
  • Props: Carry a small bottle labeled “Drink Me” and a faux cookie labeled “Eat Me” to add a playful element to your costume. These can be easily crafted using small glass bottles and cookies decorated with icing or markers.

Inspiration:

  • For more inspiration, consider watching scenes from the animated “Alice in Wonderland” movie or the live-action versions. Pay attention to the details of her dress, hair, and mannerisms to fully embody the character.

Creating an Alice costume is a fun and rewarding project that can be customized to fit your style and resources. Whether you go all out with a handmade dress or keep it simple with a few key pieces, you’ll look every bit the part of the adventurous heroine from this timeless tale.

Disney Family Halloween Costume Ideas

Mad Hatter – The Eccentric Tea Party Host

Mad Hatter costumes are a fun way to let your creative juices flow. Known for his zany style and love of tea parties, the Mad Hatter is a character that allows for a lot of creative freedom. Start with a top hat, a mismatched suit, and an oversized bow tie. Add some crazy patterns and vibrant colors to truly capture his eccentric style. The more outrageous, the better!

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: The thrift store is your best friend for this costume. Look for a variety of suit pieces, such as a plaid jacket, striped pants, and a colorful vest. The key is to mix and match patterns and colors that clash in the most whimsical way.
  • Costume accessories: Use a glue gun to attach fun details like ribbons, buttons, and lace to your clothing. You can add these to the hat, jacket, and even the pants to create a more elaborate and personalized costume.
  • Top hat: This is the most iconic part of the Mad Hatter’s outfit. If you can’t find one that suits your needs, consider making your own. You can use felt or cardboard to construct the hat, and then decorate it with ribbons, cards, and feathers. Check out this DIY Mad Hatter Hat Tutorial for detailed instructions.
  • Bow tie: The larger, the better! You can make an oversized bow tie using fabric and stuffing, or buy one from a costume shop. Opt for bright colors or patterns like polka dots or stripes.

Final Touches:

  • White wig or orange hair spray: The Mad Hatter is often depicted with wild, white hair in the cartoon. A white wig can work, but for a more authentic look, use orange hair spray to mimic the vibrant hair seen in many portrayals of the character, like the live action Johnny Depp version. 
  • Makeup: Go for a whimsical makeup look with bright colors. White face paint can serve as a base, with pink or purple eyeshadow and bright red lips. Don’t forget to add exaggerated eyebrows and a bit of blush on the cheeks for that mad look.
  • Props: Carry a tea cup, saucer, or even a teapot to emphasize the Mad Hatter’s love for tea parties. You can also add a tag to your hat with the classic “10/6” price tag.
  • Gloves and shoes: Add a pair of mismatched gloves and brightly colored shoes to complete the look. Check your local thrift shop for unique finds that can be adapted with some fabric paint or accessories.

Inspiration:

Watching Johnny Depp’s portrayal of the Mad Hatter in the live-action “Alice in Wonderland” movies can provide additional costume and makeup ideas. His character’s whimsical and slightly chaotic appearance can be a great reference point.

Creating a Mad Hatter costume is a fantastic way to express creativity and have a lot of fun with costume design. Whether you stick with the classic look or put your own spin on it, you’re sure to stand out at any Halloween event or tea party!

Queen of Hearts – The Villainous Ruler

Transform into this fierce character with a red dress, a gold crown, and dramatic makeup. Queen of Hearts costumes are known for their heart motifs and regal flair.

DIY Tips:

  • Costume accessories: Find a gold crown and red wigs online. A crown with heart decorations is ideal.
  • Accessories: Black gloves add an extra touch of elegance and authority.
  • Makeup: Apply bold red lipstick and add heart-shaped accents to your face. Dramatic eye makeup will complete the look.

Final Touches:

  • Dress: Look for a red dress with a dramatic, regal style. Add heart motifs using fabric paint or appliqués.
  • Props: Carry a heart-shaped scepter to emphasize your royal status. 

Creating a Queen of Hearts costume is all about embracing the dramatic and regal aspects of this iconic villain. Whether you’re ruling a Halloween party or a themed event, you’ll be the center of attention!

White Rabbit – The Timid Timekeeper

The White Rabbit costume is all about being timely! Wear a white dress or suit, add rabbit ears, and don’t forget the pocket watch.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: Look for a white blazer or vest to create a classic, polished look.
  • Accessories: Add a bow tie and white tights to complete the outfit.
  • Final touches: A pair of round glasses and a pocket watch complete the look.

Creating a White Rabbit costume is simple and charming, perfect for anyone who loves this iconic, time-obsessed character. You’ll look ready to hop down the rabbit hole and make it to your next event right on time!

Cheshire Cat – The Mysterious Grinner

A Cheshire Cat costume is playful and fun. Look for a purple and pink striped outfit and add cat ears and a tail. Use face paint to create the iconic grin.

DIY Tips:

  • DIY costume: Use a purple and pink striped shirt and leggings for the base of the costume.
  • Accessories: Find cat ears and a tail online or make your own with fabric and a glue gun.
  • Final touches: Face paint is essential for the Cheshire Cat’s mischievous smile. Use bright colors and bold lines to capture the character’s iconic look.

Creating a Cheshire Cat costume lets you embrace a whimsical and playful style, making it perfect for standing out at any Halloween event or party.

Tweedledee and Tweedledum – The Comedic Twins

Dress up as Tweedledee and Tweedledum with matching red pants, yellow shirts, and propeller hats. These costumes are great for pairs, especially siblings.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: Look for red pants and yellow shirts to serve as the base of the costumes.
  • Accessories: Use safety pins and a glue gun to attach fun details like fabric patches or name tags.
  • Final touches: Add oversized bow ties, suspenders, and propeller hats to complete the look.

Creating Tweedledee and Tweedledum costumes is a fun and simple project, perfect for capturing the playful and mischievous nature of these classic characters.

Caterpillar – The Philosophical Creature

The Caterpillar is known for his wise and philosophical nature, making him a unique addition to your Wonderland costumes. Wear a blue outfit with multiple legs and carry a hookah prop.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: Look for blue pants and a matching top.
  • Accessories: Create extra legs using fabric and attach them with a glue gun.
  • Final touches: Carry a hookah prop and add some antennae using a headband and pipe cleaners.

This costume is perfect for someone who enjoys the mysterious and contemplative aspects of Wonderland.

March Hare – The Mad Tea Party Guest

The March Hare is always ready for a mad tea party, making him a lively and fun character to portray. Dress in tea party attire with rabbit ears.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: A waistcoat and dress shirt.
  • Accessories: Add a bow tie, rabbit ears, and a pocket watch.
  • Final touches: Use face paint to add whiskers and a small nose.

This costume is ideal for someone who loves the chaotic and whimsical nature of Wonderland’s tea parties.

Dormouse – The Sleepy Companion

The Dormouse is a sleepy but charming character who adds a touch of coziness to any Wonderland group. A small suit and mouse ears complete this character.

DIY Tips:

  • Thrift store finds: A small jacket and pants.
  • Accessories: Add mouse ears and a small teacup as a prop.
  • Final touches: Use face paint to create a mouse nose and whiskers.

This costume is perfect for someone who wants to bring a cute and cuddly element to their Wonderland ensemble.

Wrap Up Alice in Wonderland Family Costumes DIY

Creating your own Halloween costumes for an Alice in Wonderland theme is a great time for the whole family. With a little bit of creativity and some costume accessories, you can bring these classic characters to life. Check out the latest trends and top deals for costume accessories online, and don’t forget to preorder items to ensure you have everything you need. Happy Halloween, and may your journey through the looking glass be filled with wonder!

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  • Kayla Peloquin

    Kayla Peloquin is the creator and writer of Mommyofaprincess.com, a blog dedicated to making childhood magical with creative ideas, printables, and practical advice. As a busy mom of four girls, Kayla shares her love for party planning, Disney, and all things sparkly. Her blog offers inspiration and tips to help families celebrate everyday moments and special occasions with a touch of magic.

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