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Maternity Halloween Costume Ideas

Updated on September 6, 2012

Pregnant on Halloween: Play up the Bump, Be Sweet or Down Right Disturbing

Being pregnant on Halloween is an invitation to be creative. You can be scary, sexy or sweet. Play up the bump as part of the costume or not.

Enjoy this selection of costume ideas to help you decide what you and your baby to be should dress up as for Halloween.

I love the green zombie with baby bump pictured here. The cut off arm in her hand is a nice touch! It will surely help her in her quest for brains!

Trick or Treat!

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Mother Earth - Somehow Mother Earth looks even more beautiful pregnant

Hit up the craft aisle at Wal-Mart and adorn yourself with fake flowers and leaves. Find a comfy flowey skirt and top and voila, Mother Earth never looked more beautiful.

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Shotgun Wedding - With a very pregnant bride

Sure, it's a bit cliché, but really you can't go wrong with this classic. You could even turn it into the pregnant bride at her bachelorette party if attending an all adult party.

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Maternity Halloween Costumes - My top 5 favorites

  1. Mommy-to-Be Fairy Adult Costume

    Includes dress, headpiece and wings. Does not include shoes.

  2. Mommy-To-Be Angel Adult Costume

    Includes: Dress, wings and halo. Shoes and stockings not included.

  3. Mommy To Be Witch Adult Costume

    Includes: Dress and hat. Broom, stockings and shoes not included.

  4. Mommy To Be Devil Lady Adult Costume

    Includes: Dress with brooch and horns. Stockings, shoes and pitchfork not included.

  5. Bun In The Oven Adult

    The Bun In The Oven costume includes a tunic shaped like an oven and a bun that can be put in the oven. Pants not included. Available in one size fits most adults, sizes Large/X-Large.

Ahoy Mateys - Hides the bump and makes for a cute couples look

The demon inside - Would definitely win scariest costume in my book

Seriously this is the most disturbing maternity Halloween costume I've ever seen, but it's also brilliant. If scary and twisted is your thing, this is your costume. Doubt anyone will top baby chewing out of the womb at your costume party!

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5 More Halloween Costumes for Growing Pregnancy Bellies

  1. Complete Bumble Bee Adult Costume

    Includes: Yellow & Black tunic,wings,hood with antenna and bee stinger. Black tights,gloves,shirt and flower not included. Tunic is made of 100% polyester.

  2. Be My Baby Jammies Plus (Pink) Adult Costume

    Includes a light pink pajama jumpsuit with front zipper,faux back flap & buttons,attached "footies" shoe covers,matching baby bonnet with lace trim,and baby bib. Available in Adult Women's Plus - fits 16W-24W. Giant lollipop not included. 100% Polyester exclusive of trim.

  3. Atlantis Queen Plus Adult Costume

    The Atlantis Queen reins over the seas. Beautiful water-blue silk-like gown fades to cream on top with gold accents and cut-away flowing sleeves. Finish with a gold leaf laurel headband and this queen really rules. Available in Adult Plus Size (fits 16W-24W). Pair with the Atlantis King for a great couples theme (sold separately).

  4. Referee Adult Costume

    Includes: One-piece with white pants and attached Black & White striped Referee shirt,matching hat and hoop for that "full" look. Whistle & Yellow flag not included.

  5. Supergirl or Super Mom! Adult Plus Costume

    Includes: dress with attached cape,belt,boot tops.

Pregnant on Halloween? - Share your opinion on costume ideas

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Tips or Tricks for Baby Bump Costumes? - Please leave a comment below

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      Joan Hall 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      I've heard that some people do nun costumes while they're pregnant!