Announcing your pregnancy this Halloween? Get some inspiration on how you can announce your Halloween pregnancy with these adorable Halloween pregnancy announcement ideas that are scary cute!
Announcing your bun in the oven is one of the most exciting (and scary) moments of pregnancy. We made our halloween pregnancy announcement after creatively telling our family in person that we were pregnant!
You’ve been keeping this little secret inside you and now it’s time to share the news with the world (aka your Instagram and Facebook followers)!
I always love seeing the creative ways that people announce their pregnancies on social media! So if you’re pregnant this Halloween, here are some of the cutest Halloween pregnancy announcement ideas I found.
Warning, lots of cute pumpkin bump photos ahead!
DIY Halloween Pregnancy Announcements
Pumpkins and DIY projects make it easy to put together a DIY Halloween pregnancy announcement! Whether you like traditional orange, or want to switch up the traditional autumn colors, there are plenty of cute ways to announce your little bun in the oven.
We did a Halloween-style pumpkin pregnancy announcement when we found out we were pregnant with Evelyn in the Fall of 2016! Look how young and rested we were! It was so fun posting it on social media and getting everyone’s reactions and congratulatory messages.
This pumpkin and ultrasound photo set up from Savvi Jeans serves as a pretty pregnancy announcement and doubles as the perfect Halloween decor. Set it up, snap a pic, and leave it up all season long!
Dressing up your pumpkins is a fun way to announce your pregnancy. This idea from the Real Housewives of Minnesota has a mom pumpkin, dad pumpkin, and soon-to-be baby pumpkin.
Go non-traditional with your fall decor, like this Kate’s Number Ones did to announce a Halloween pregnancy. I love the colorful painted pumpkins with the sweetest little baby phrases pained on them!
If you’re adding another pumpkin to your patch, you can carve out some holes for baby #1’s legs and announce your second baby with a letter board and teeny tiny pumpkin like this photo from Crissy Roberts. Such an adorable photo op and a way to get big brother or sister involved!
An fall wreath with the best centerpiece there could be! This fall pregnancy announcement autumn wreath from Tierney Riggs Photography is decor you can show off all season long!
White pumpkins and white shoes are such a sweet way to announce that you’re expecting! See the pretty and festive setup from !
Wearable Halloween Pregnancy Announcements
Wearing your Halloween pregnancy announcement is a fun way to make sure others know your baby is coming! Whether you decide to reveal your bump in a maternity Halloween costume, or do a photoshoot all dressed up, these clever ideas are perfect for a Halloween pregnancy announcement!
A little pumpkin on a growing belly is the perfect addition to any Halloween costume. This expecting scarecrow is so cute and simple!
These Hocus Pocus fans went all out to announce their Halloween pregnancy. I love the epic photoshoot they put together with the Sanderson Sisters and rest of the Halloween favorite movie characters!
Get ready to fall in love with this adorable announcement using a custom baby onesie. Make your own little stylized photo with some fall flowers and a customized onesie that you can later put baby in!
Oh my gourd! How cute is this onesie pregnancy announcement? Tell everyone when your little gourd is coming with this fall-themed bodysuit for baby!
Match your sweetie with these pregnancy announcement skeleton tees. Your partner might be full of beer and fries, but you are all baby, mama!
Big brother gets in on the action and gets to announce that he’s getting a sidekick in this Halloween pregnancy announcement. Just wait until their forces are combined!
Don’t eat pumpkin seeds! This warning tee is a fun way to show what may or may not be growing in your belly!
Have fun deciding on your halloween pregnancy announcement this Halloween! There are so many great ideas that make announcing your expecting baby this fall frighteningly good!