The best group Halloween costumes for your family

The best group Halloween costumes for your family

September 23rd, 2013
Alice in Wonderland costumes

Party City has plenty of ways to pull together an Alice in Wonderland group costume.

By Aimee Heckel

Coming up with costumes for each member of your family can be daunting. And expensive. And time-consuming, if you’re a DIY kind of mom.

Solve a problem or three and plan a group Halloween costume for your entire family this year. Group costumes can be cheaper (by saving you money on shipping or by buying them all in a package together), easier to pull off and also a ton of fun.

Here are two of our favorite group Halloween costume ideas for your family this year:

1. Alice in Wonderland. There are plenty of fun creatures in this story, from the Queen of Hearts to Alice to the white rabbit to the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat. Party City has a great assortment of Alice costumes for all ages and in a variety of different styles.

Save money by checking Party City coupons and reading more articles about saving money while shopping Party City.

Or check out Pinterest’s great ideas for making your Alice in Wonderland costumes yourself (and scenery, if you decide to throw a theme party or decorate your house to match).

2. The Addams FamilyBetween Morticia, Cousin Itt and Wednesday, it’s hard to decide which of these costumes is the best. Separate them and they’re not nearly as fun, but as a family, this is one of our favorite classics. It’s easy to pull off, too. Got a wig? Got some black clothes and baby powder for your skin? Got a dress shirt and bow tie? Most of this attire is probably already in your closet.

Other group family costume ideas:

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Aimee's passion for storytelling has brought her around the world as a journalist, writing award-winning news articles about Haiti and Uganda. Aimee studied international journalism at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and she majored in journalism and German at Colorado State University. When she's not writing stories for a Colorado newspaper, she travels and volunteers for Think Humanity, her family's nonprofit that helps refugees and disadvantaged people in Africa. She's also a mom, a wife and a furious bargain-hunter. Reach out to her at AimeeHeckel.com, find her travel board on Pinterest, follow her on Twitter, or ping her on Google+.

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