Get Into the Halloween Spirit with These Spooktacular Costume Ideas

Figuring out what to wear while pregnant may be a bit of a struggle but figuring out your Halloween costume shouldn’t be. From disco balls to sports themes, we’ve gathered our spooky good pregnancy costume ideas for expecting families. 

Happy family wearing coordinated Halloween costumes and pumpkin outfits

Baby Bump Costume Ideas: Couples and Family Edition

Coordinating costumes? Yes, please!

Disco Ball + Dancer Costumes

Be the life of the party with this costume! Drape yourself in silver and sequins, and let your baby bump shine as a disco ball. Then, bring your partner along as your funky disco dancer and boogie the night away.

Basketball Player Costumes

This sporty costume will make you the MVP this Halloween! Wear your favorite team jersey tied above your bump. Then paint your belly as a basketball, and you’re done! (PS: This costume works for baseball and soccer.) Your partner can go as a referee or teammate!

Pot of Gold and Rainbow Costume

Feeling lucky? Dress your baby bump as a pot of gold, complete with a rainbow shirt pointing the way to your treasure. As for your partner or children — who else should stand by your side other than green-clad leprechauns?

Movie Night Costumes

Movie-inspired family costumes always win on Halloween. This year, the trick is picking a movie with some sort of round character. Think: Mike Wazowski from Monsters Inc., Olaf from Frozen, Violet Beauregard from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, or even Avengers: Endgame-era Thor! 

Now that you have your costume ideas, it’s time to get excited to dress up your baby bump (and family too)! So trick or treat, relax your feet, and have your partner give you something good to eat.

A child practicing skateboard in a superhero film costume for Halloween

You don’t have to wait until the second trimester to learn your baby’s sex. Read more about finding out your baby’s gender at home, as soon as 7 weeks into your pregnancy with our Juno Birch™ Fetal Gender Test.

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October 06, 2022 — Stephanie McClintock