10 costume ideas for couples . diy halloween

My current favorite: tooth fairy and tooth by julie ann art
Did you catch last week’s post on lady costumes? Well, here’s the next post in the series. If you want to team up with somebody, here’s your costume. Somewhere in this post, anyway. These can all be made, mostly with things you probably already have in your closet or a box or a corner of the attic/garage/basement. Team up with your significant somebody or your bestie – just make sure it’s somebody you won’t get sick of following around for the entire night!

Also consider: Fred and Wilma Flintstone, Marge and Homer Simpson, Batman and Robin, Cinderella and Prince Charming, Shrek and Fiona, Dumb and Dumber, Sally and Jack Skellington. or the princess and the frog!

silent film stars by Shrimp Salad Circus

Mary Poppins and Bert via Keiko Lynn  .  Wilma and Fred via C.R.A.F.T.

Popeye and Olive Oyl via xoelle

Thing 1 and Thing 2 via Pajama City

Beth & Dog the Bounty Hunters via Loralee’s Loony Tunes  .  American Gothic painting via seakettle

Lucy and Ricky Ricardo via Gemini Girl

Papa Smurf and Smurfette via CostumeWorks  .  Ken and Barbie via CostumeWorks
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  1. says

    These are hilarious! Sending the link to my daughter for future reference. She and her boyfriend are going as Pebbles and BammBamm this year.

  2. says

    Great Post! I love the Papa Smurf and Smurfette. They really look adorable and funny…I will introduce this costume to my daughter and to my son in law they might like wearing it, I can picture out we’re gonna have fun party this coming Halloween :-D…Visit here for more beautiful and fun costumes at Couple Costumes

  3. says

    my favorite couples costume ever (and boy, am I dating myself) was seeing my babysitter and her boyfriend go as Mr Whipple and a roll of toilet paper. Totally loving the tooth fairy one…

    Sadly, here in the UK Halloween is ONLY spooky, creepy costumes, but they also do love their “fancy dress” parties (i.e., costume) so I’m bookmarking this for the next one!

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