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50 Disney Halloween Decorations, Treats and Costumes

50 Disney Halloween Decorations, Treats and Costumes

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It’s the season for all things spooky, but let’s add a Disney Halloween twist! From snacks, decorations, outfits and beyond there’s a way to add Disney into every season. Halloween pumpkin decorating never looked so magical! I’ve collected some of my favorite Disney Halloween tricks, treats and costumes to share with you.

Halloween Disney Mickey Garland – Image credit: The Fickle Felt Tree on Etsy

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This post was originally published Sept 14th, 2016 and has been updated and republished.

Disney Halloween Decorations

A true Disney fan incorporates Disney-inspiration throughout their entire year! From these fall suggestions to Disney Christmas decorations during the holiday season, there are lots of ways to incorporate Disney magic into your home.

Enjoy these ideas for a Happy Halloween with sweet treats, crafts, decorating tips and movie night fun!

Mickey Mouse Halloween Candy Dish Image credit: SteevilLabs on Etsy

Disney Halloween and Fall Ideas

The Halloween season usually includes attending fall festivals, school carnivals and participating in trick-or-treat events!

In addition, my family always make several autumn visits to the theme parks to see Disneyland at Halloween. Attending the inaugural Oogie Boogie Bash Halloween Party is a seasonal highlight!

We’re making the most of the season and these Disney Halloween ideas are perfect for your not-so-scary Halloween party.

Setting up a Halloween display is a fun way to bring some of the Disney magic to your home this Halloween season!

Mouse Pumpkin Jar – Image credit: BaxterandCoDesigns on Etsy

Haunted Mansion Holiday

Fans of the classic Haunted Mansion attraction may get hot and cold chills with these Haunted Mansion inspired treats. The haunted house is a year-round Disney theme park favorite, but the spooky season is the perfect time to rouse the spirit.

Host a fall game night with Haunted Mansion as the theme. Haunted Mansion Playing Cards get everyone into the Halloween spirit.

Haunted Mansion Playing Cards – Image credit: Disney Store

Remind your guests to Beware of Hitchhiking Ghosts with this crafted Cricut Haunted Mansion Pillow Cover from The Crafted Sparrow.

Image credit: The Crafted Sparrow

Polka Dots and Pixie Dust share how to create a cobwebbed Haunted Mansion Inspired Mantel.

Image credit: Polka Dots and Pixie Dust

This poster from Etsy of the Hitchhiking Ghosts from Haunted Mansion is a quirky addition to your home decor.

Poster image of Hitchhiking Ghosts from Disney Haunted Mansion

Not-So-Spooky Disney Halloween Decorations

I like to make my seasonal decor subtle, almost like a Hidden Mickey. Rather than gory or all out frightening, I enjoy using autumnal decorations with small dashes of spooky.

Above all, it’s more appropriate to my family, especially with a preschooler who is easily scared! These are fall ways to decorate your home and body with Disney this Halloween time.

Boo to You! This Mickey Halloween Doormat from Imagineered on Etsy will welcome everyone and signal that there’s Disney fall fun ahead. 

Mickey Halloween Doormat – Image credit: Imagineered on Etsy

These Pirates of the Caribbean Drink Coasters from Just Jo and Co on Etsy add just the right dash of creepy charm to tabletops during the Halloween season!

Pirates of the Caribbean Drink Coasters – Image credit: Just Jo and Co on Etsy

Whether you’re into candy corn or not, you can’t deny the adorableness of these Mickey-inspired Candy Corn Tealight Holders from Main Street Marvels on Etsy.

Mickey Candy Corn Tealight Holders – Image credit: MainStreetMarvels on Etsy

It’s a Nightmare Before Christmas!

Let’s start off this party with the King of Halloween, Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s A Nightmare Before Christmas. Jack and Sally always take over the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland and you can get in the spirit at your house too.

It’s a Halloween mashup that’s truly spirited! Check out these Nightmare Before Christmas and Haunted Mansion themed items that add just the right amount of scare to your lair. 

Jack Skellington sugar cookies are SO easy to make because you only need white and black royal icing and they go together quickly. Try this Pumpkin Spice Sugar Cookie Recipe from Mommy Mouse Clubhouse.

Round-up of Disney Halloween costumes, treats and decorations.

Simpy Today Life shows how to create an easy, no-carve hand-painted Jack Skellington Halloween Pumpkin.

Keep yummy Halloween cookies ready to eat inside this Jack Skellington Kitchen Canister.

Try these super cool and colorful Sally Sugar Cookies from my friend Jana at Whiskey + Sunshine.

Image credit: Whiskey + Sunshine

Dia De Los Muertos

In recent years, I’ve loved the inclusion of Dia de los Muertos at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure park. Moreover, it incorporates one of the best Disney/Pixar movies, Coco!

Planning a vacation for Halloween at Disneyland with kids? This is the ULTIMATE fall guide with all the most helpful tips on what to see, fall treats, favorite characters dressed up for autumn, limited-time seasonal ride overlays and special events just for Halloween Time!

Parties with a Cause offers a Day of the Day Non-Alcoholic Sangria recipe that’s kid-friendly and appropriate for the celebration.

Day of the Day Non-Alcoholic Sangria – Image credit: Parties with a Cause

Miguel’s Guitar will complete your Coco Halloween costume in this tutorial from Over the Big Moon.

(Over the Big Moon)

Seize your moment each morning with a cup of coffee in this Coco Mug from Disney Store.

Coco Mug from Disney Store

Make yummy Churro Party Popcorn recipe inspired by the movie from my friend Tania at Lola Lambchops.

Image credit: Lola Lambchops

Just a Bunch of Hocus Pocus

Disney’s Hocus Pocus has become somewhat of a cult classic over the years. That’s especially true with the release of Hocus Pocus 2 on Disney+!

The Sanderson Sisters can also be found at Disney parks during Halloween time. They appear in the Mickey’s No-So-Scary Halloween Party villains show at Magic Kingdom.

At Disney California Adventure, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck and Clarabelle Cow appear in a Sanderson Sister meet ‘n greet.

We all need dishtowels, right? And these Hocus Pocus Kitchen Towels from Magical Bowtique Gifts on Etsy are Halloween perfection!

Hocus Pocus Kitchen Towels – Image credit: Magical Bowtique Gifts

Bubble up some troubling treats that are inspired by Hocus Pocus with these Witches Brew Brownie Bites from Cool Moms Cool Tips.

Big Bear’s Wife shows you a DIY to create your own Black Flame Candle, just like from the movie!

Image credit: Big Bear’s Wife

Signal all trick or treaters to beware of witches running, “Amuck Amuck Amuck!” with this whimsical Hocus Pocus Wreath from K Rose Designs Crafts on Etsy.

Image credit: K Rose Designs Crafts

All Things Star Wars for Halloween

Star Wars Halloween costumes have been popular since I was a kid. There’s no stopping them now, with the release of the newer films and shows on Disney+. Not to mention the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks!

If you have a Star Wars fan in the house, these are some awesome ways to bring the franchise in during the Halloween season. 

The Mandalorian is still one of the hottest Star Wars show. Costumes from this Disney+ series are sure to be popular. Dressing your little one in this “Baby Yoda” The Child Costume is a must do for Halloween!

The Child Costume from Amazon

Check out these cool R2-D2 and C-3PO Star Wars-inspired Pumpkins I found on Pinterest from DIY Candy!

Image credit: DIY Candy

My friend Britni at Play Party Plan has a Star War Scavenger Hunt to get you in the party mood.

Read Star Wars books like this Little Golden Book I Am a Hero featuring all the brave heroes like Rey and Chewbacca.

Want to make a Jawa Costume, complete with glowing eyes? Red Shoes Red Wine has the full tutorial.

Jawa Costume – Image credit: Red Shoes Red Wine

Light up the trick-or-treat basket with this DIY Star Wars Lightsaber Lights from my friend Karen at Desert Chica.

All the fall feels with your favorite characters on this Star Wars Spooky Season Tee from Lilo Shop Co on Etsy.

Star Wars Spooky Season Tee – Image credit: Lilo Shop Co on Etsy

Disney Halloween Costumes and Fall Outfits

Let your kid’s imagination run free when choosing this year’s Halloween costume. From Frozen, Toy Story, Peter Pan, Mulan and The Little Mermaid, there are some awesome group costumes found on Disney Store to put together for the entire family.

Make this fun DIY Mickey Halloween Pumpkin Shirt, inspired by Disneyland’s Main Street USA jack o’ lantern.

Halloween DIY Disney Mickey Pumpkin Appliqued Tee

My kids love to choose a Disney character to recreate each year as their costume choice. Disney Halloween ideas for costumes are endless, with group outfits, princesses, and beloved characters topping the list.

Making Halloween costumes on a budget isn’t as hard as you think, with these practical tips.

For an at-home Disney princess treatment, try these DIY Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique ideas for hair, makeup and additional styling.

Mickey Treats and Halloween Treasures

Welcome Mickey and Minnie into your entire fall season with these treats, decorations and treasures for Halloween and beyond.

This Mickey Silhouette Pillow Cover from Friendly Mousie on Etsy features a subtle Mickey pumpkin pattern. The perfect fall colors and design will carry you through all of autumn!

(Friendly Mousie)

How amazing are these Mickey Mouse Mummy Cookies from my friend Taty at Cool Moms Cool Tips.

Mickey Mouse Mummy Cookies – Image credit: Cool Moms Cool Tips

This adorable Halloween Mickey Ghost from Cutefetti glows at night! Make the DIY to decorate your own home.

Halloween Mickey Ghost – Image credit: Cutefetti

My friend Jessica at The Happiest Blog on Earth has the easy tutorial to make your own Mickey Jack O’ Lantern.

Mickey Jack O’ Lantern – Image credit: The Happiest Blog on Earth

Can’t forget Minnie Mouse! These adorable Disney Halloween Glow-in-the-Dark Ears from shopDisney will give your Halloween festivities the perfect Disney spark.

Disney Villains 

The Disney villains are a safe way to incorporate a little darkness into your Halloween fun. In other words, they’re so bad…it’s good!

For the perfect Halloween theme, mix in a few of the favorite villains from Disney classics including Ursula, Maleficent and Doctor Facillier from the Princess and the Frog.

Set the tone for Halloween night with this Snow White Evil Queen inspired Poisoned Apple Votive Candle from Disney Store.

Create a villainous graveyard with these DIY Disney Villain Tombstones tutorial from Adventures in Familyhood.

DIY Disney Villain Tombstones – Image credit: Adventures in Familyhood.

These awesome purple and black Ursula Cupcakes from Multicultural Maven are to die for!

Image credit: Multicultural Maven

Light up the night with this Designs by Miss Mandee Cricut craft for Maleficent Paper Lanterns.

Image credit: Designs by Miss Mandee

From Cruella de Ville to Jafar, this Disney Villain Halloween Shirt from PassionWear Shop on Etsy has all the icons represented.

Disney Villain Halloween Shirt – Image credit: PassionWear Shop on Etsy

Disney Halloween Entertainment For the Kids

Be chillin’ like a villain with the kid-friendly Descendants series, available on Disney+. These Descendants Dress-Up Crowns from Applemint House on Etsy are ideal for topping off those Mal, Evie, Uma or Audrey Halloween costumes.

Descendants Dress-Up Crowns – Image credit: Applemint House on Etsy

Kimberly at Savvy Mama Lifestyle shares a free printable Disney Halloween Kid’s Placemat.

Make a Frankenstein Mickey Ears Ornament in a DIY Halloween craft from The Inspiration Edit.

Decorate your manicure and pedicure with these adorable not-so-scary Disney-Inspired Halloween Nail Decals from Hail the Nails on Etsy.

Disney-Inspired Halloween Nail Decals – Image credit: Hail the Nails on Etsy

Get glowing with this line-up of Disney Halloween Pumpkin Carving Templates from Baby Savers.

Read about the tiny Disney Junior vampire and her friends in this book, Vampirina Treasure Haunters!


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Anne N.

Sunday 25th of September 2016

Great ideas! I love to make a R2D2 pumpkin. That was is so cute. I love all the Star Wars ideas.

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