Get close and personal with your baby as you hold them all night on Halloween with these adorable babywearing costumes! These baby carrier Halloween costume ideas range from simple to unique DIYs, so you can show off your Halloween costume in style with baby by your side!
You may not take your new baby door to door to go trick or treating, but if you have older kids, or want to take your baby to a Halloween carnival or party, having a Halloween costume where you can wear your baby in a carrier can be super convenient and extra sweet!
These baby carrier costume ideas are a great way to dress up mom and baby together as a famous duo for Hallow’s Eve. Many of these costumes even include mom, dad, and baby so the whole family can get in on the fun!
Some of these are super creative and can be whipped up during baby’s nap time!
Click through to the original sources to get ideas and tutorials for babywearing Halloween costumes using your favorite baby carrier!
Mom or dad can wear baby all night with this adorable rainbow and unicorn costume. A little crafting brings this costume to life! Get the full tutorial and supplies list on how to make this from Today’s Parent.
The House that Lars Built has the cutest DIY Chiquita banana lady and banana babywearing costume that you can make to show off your creativity. Check out her awesome tutorial including makeup tips to perfect the look!
Mom and baby will be sweet as honey in this bee and beekeeper costume from Today’s Parent. Grab your glue gun and some old stockings to make the cutest little hive for your sweetie bee!
Ever heard the term mombie? With this baby carrier costume from Hello Creative Family you can dress the part with a zombies mom and baby costume.
Take your little sweetie to the movies on Halloween as a bucket of popcorn in this babywearing costume from EMBaby Boutique! This costume attaches to your carrier, making your prep work a breeze!
Need a last-minute babywearing Halloween costume? Turn your baby into a friendly ghost with this easy DIY baby Halloween costume from Baby K’Tan. With a little tulle and a hot glue gun you can make this bootiful costume!
This is the sweetest baby costume! Whip up this baker and cupcake costume to keep your sweetie close all night. See how Byrdie Girl made this yummy costume.
Take a cue from the land down under and hop around the night with your little one in your pouch. These kangaroo costumes keep baby close and portable.
There’s no bad moods while you’re carrying Oscar the Grouch around with you! If your baby does well in the carrier, this homemade costume is a great way to tote them around all night!
Arrr-en’t you glad your baby will be by your side all night? Grab the treasured candy this Halloween with this adorable pirate baby carrier costume from Tickles and Toots.
If you don’t have time (or energy) to make a baby wearing costume, scoop up this easy Scuba diver and octopus costume that comes with everything you need for mom or dad to carry baby around all night on Halloween!
Brave fans will love this dad and baby as King Fergus and Merida! This baby wearing costume using the Solly wrap makes one of the sweetest daddy and baby costumes we have seen and that wig is fantastic!
Get dad in on the fun with this babywearing idea from The Hangover movie. Dad can easily make this himself with a t-shirt, beard, glasses, and adorable baby in carrier.
Dress up your baby sling as the cutest little cactus with this babywearing costume idea! Plus you have a built-in bucket for collecting candy!
No time to make a costume? Buy everything you need for to cook up this adorable chef and lobster set. Your cutie will be so cute rocking those claws!
This horse and jockey costume from Solly Baby is so epic! Mom’s horse costume had baby sitting perfectly to be the rider in his baby carrier.
Carry your little skeleton around all night long in this easy peasy costume that is frighteningly cute! A perfect costume when you don’t feel like DIYing anything!
Enjoy dressing up your baby carrier with these adorable babywearing Halloween costumes!
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