Today we’re sharing six costume ideas for a rainy day at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Is it going to rain at your Halloween party? Unfortunately, the Halloween season in Florida is also the rainy season. Every year, at least one Halloween party gets poured on. The party won’t be canceled (they are rain or shine), but certain events like the parade and fireworks may be canceled.
You can still wear an awesome costume in the rain! Here’s a few of our best ideas that feature umbrellas and ponchos.
1. Toy Story Green Alien
This is a super simple costume idea for the whole family, and definitely a popular one at MNSSHP. Throw on a Toy Story Green Alien poncho and you’re ready for the night.
2. Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins is an easy costume idea – that requires an umbrella! She has several different outfits to wear, but here’s a simple one you can do with items you already own.
Here’s a link for a Mary Poppins umbrella that won’t break the bank.
3. Jiminy Cricket
Jiminy Cricket is another character that carries an umbrella. This outfit mainly requires a top hat, green blazer, and a yellow or red top!
4. Wall-E and Eve
This is an easy costume for a duo to do. Wall-E and Eve are two characters, most known by their symbols. Put on these Wall-E and Eve ponchos and you’re set for the night!
5. Monster’s Inc
Another easy costume idea is Monster’s Inc. You can mix and match the following ideas which include a waterproof Mike Wasowski, Comedy Detection Agency (CDA), and Boo.
For Mike, just throw on a Mike Wasowski poncho! For the CDA, grab a yellow poncho or yellow rain suit. If you want to dress up as Boo, wear a purple dress and buy a purple umbrella. Attach two fake eyes to the top of the umbrella using string, and tie yarn around the top (this requires a little bit of creativity).
6. Christopher Robin and friends
If you remember from the movie, Christopher Robin has a bright yellow set of rain gear. One of you can dress in your best rain gear, and the others can dress up as Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and other friends (just add umbrellas).
Here’s a link to some yellow rain gear, a Pooh umbrella, an umbrella for a Tigger costume, an umbrella for an Eeyore costume, and an umbrella for a Piglet costume. If you’re crafty, you can also customize your own by adding stripes, ears, or eyes!