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Does your daughter want to be a princess for halloween? Check out this ultimate disney princess halloween costume guide for your little princess. Costumes for kids and toddlers, such as snow white, sleeping beauty, ariel, and more!

The Ultimate Disney Princess Halloween Costume Guide for Your Little Princess – and other Disney Characters

There are soo many Disney Princesses out there and it can be difficult to find costumes for all of them; that’s why I created this ultimate Disney Princess Halloween Costume Guide. Sometimes our girls want to be superheros for Halloween, and sometimes our little princesses simply want to be princesses!

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In this guide you’ll find all the Disney princesses and links to their costumes, or where to find a DIY tutorial to make them yourself!

You’ll also find a few Disney Junior Costumes, for your very little princesses, and other female Disney Characters, such as Alice in Wonderland, and some forgotten Princesses!

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Classic Disney Princesses

Arial- The Little Mermaid

What little girl doesn’t dream of being a mermaid once in awhile? A Disney Mermaid Princess, even better? Whether you buy or make a little mermaid costume probably won’t even matter to your little girl.

So, if you’d rather make a littler mermaid costume, check out how to make it yourself here.


Grab her friends here!


Cinderella

From chores to a royal ball; this princess has captured the hearts of many since 1950 when Disney released it. So, you can say it’s been around for awhile.

You can buy it, or….make it yourself! If your daughter is old enough, you could have her help and tell her how Cinderella had to make her own dress for the ball. Find the tutorial here.


Grab her mice friends here!


Snow White


Princess Belle

I still remember dressing up as Belle when I was 4 years old. I don’t remember the dress being this elegant, though. There are quite a few different styles of dresses for Belle, so choose which one fits your daughter best, or make it yourself. Find the tutorial to make it yourself here.


Don’t forget to grab her friends!


 

Princess Aurora- Sleeping Beauty

This is my 5 year olds favorite Disney Princess, it may have something to do with all of the pink in her dress! We bought her a Sleeping Beauty costume for Halloween 2 years ago and she loved it. But, if you want to make a dress for your sleeping beauty yourself, go try out this no sew dress tutorial! Even if you’re not very crafty, like me, you should still be able to make this dress yourself.



Jasmine

Find tutorials for princess Jasmine below:

Or, simply buy a costume.


Grab Rajah, here!


Pocahontas

Find the tutorial to make this costume yourself here.

And, if you need a tutorial for Pocahantas’ Necklace, watch this youtube video.

Or, simply buy the costume.


Don’t forget to grab Pochantas’ best animal friend, Meeko!


Mulan

Mulan may be beautiful, but she’s also a strong leader who may be stubborn at times…maybe I should suggest this costume for my oldest daughter this year.

Find out how to simply recreate a Mulan costume yourself here. Or, simply buy one.


Don’t forget about Mushu!


Tinkerbell

She may not be a princess, but she is an important Disney Character responsible for helping children imagine they can fly! I may be a bit biased though, my oldest was Tinkerbell for Halloween when she was 2, and my youngest wore the costume last year!

If you’re crafty, try out this tutorial!

If not, check out the options below.


Don’t forget her friends.


Rapunzel

A classic princess with a newer look, due to the Disney movie Tangled!

If you’d like to sew your daughter her own Rapunzel Dress, try out this tutorial!

Otherwise, check out the options on Amazon below.


Don’t forget about Pascal!


Does your daughter want to be a princess for halloween? Check out this ultimate disney princess halloween costume guide for your little princess. Costumes for kids and toddlers, such as snow white, sleeping beauty, ariel, and more!

Newer Disney Princesses

Princess Tiana

For the crafty moms on here, watch how to make a Princess Tiana Dress here! (Yes, it’s a video, not pictures and directions.)

Or, choose from one below to buy.


Elsa

So, Frozen has been quite popular ever since it came out. No wonder there can be tons of Queen Elsa costume tutorials found online; go here to check out 20+ tutorials!

Or, get one on Amazon.


Get her friends, too.


Princess Anna

Just like her sister, you can find plenty of tutorials to make a Princess Anna costume; check out 15+ tutorials here!

Or, simply buy one.


Get her friends, too.


Merida

For making a Merida costume yourself; go here!

For buying one, check out a few of the options below.



Moana

Sure, she may not claim to be a princess, but we all know she is! This is my 2 year olds favorite Disney Princess. And, there are quite a few different tutorials to make her outfit, this is my favorite.

Or, buy one, like my husband did for our 2 year old.


Grab her friends, too.


Princess Elena of Avalor

My girls have fallen in love with this show on Disney. My oldest has even told me a few times that this is her new favorite Disney Princess, she even has her staff that makes music!

If you want a DIY tutorial to turn your daughter into Princess Elena this Halloween, check out this one!

Or, check out the options on Amazon below.



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4 in 1 Disney Princess Dress- up Costumes

Having a Disney Princess Halloween Party and want to have some extra costumes, just in case?


Disney Junior

Princess Sofia- Sofia the First

Make a simply adorable Sofia Dress with this tutorial!

Grab her Friends, too:

Other Princess Sofia options on Amazon.



Doc- from Doc Mcstuffins

One of my daughters favorite Disney Juniors shows, they have Doc’s shirt, Dr’s jacket, and a few doctor kits! There are plenty of options to choose from to buy a Doc Mcstuffin costume, and most of the DIY options require you to buy the jacket, anyways. Check out a few more options below!


Grab her friends, too.


Fancy Nancy

I don’t know too much about Fancy Nancy, but my 5 year old said she’s been watching it on Disney and loves it! Check out this popular DIY tutorial here.

Or, get it on Amazon.



Minnie Mouse

Alright, so Minnie isn’t a princess, but she’s the essence of Disney, well other than Mickey Mouse.

Check out this DIY costume, or simply buy one!


Grab her friends, too.


Does your daughter want to be a princess for halloween? Check out this ultimate disney princess halloween costume guide for your little princess. Costumes for kids and toddlers, such as snow white, sleeping beauty, ariel, and more!

The Forgotten (or not as popular) Princesses and other Disney Characters

Anastasia

A Princess that not so many little girls are introduced to today, she’s not as popular as Cinderella or Snow White. But, I still remember getting an Anastasia book when I was little and had the chicken pox, so the memory of her has stuck with me.

You can buy an Anastasia dress on Ebay, here’s one that’s not $100 (less than $30 right now). I’ve looked on Amazon and other places online, they just aren’t that popular. At least you’ll know your daughter won’t have the same costume as someone else if she dresses up as this princess.

Grab her friend, too.


Esmeralda – Hunchback of Notre dame

Currently unavailable on Amazon, but find it on Etsy here or DIY

Or, there’s a sewing pattern on Ebay for Esmeralda, here. Unfortunately, there aren’t very many options for this Disney character; but if your daughter has a purple skirt, white shirt, a pink headband, and a green scarf to tie around their stomach, then it shouldn’t be hard to make this outfit yourself.

Let me know if you make a DIY tutorial for an Esmeralda costume, I’ll feature you here!


Alice (in Wonderland)

If you like making costumes, then here’s a tutorial (that you can use even if it’s last minute)!

Or, check out the costumes below.


Don’t forget her friends.


Megara- from Hercules

Megara is not a very popular Halloween costume, at least not for little girls. I have looked; I’ve looked on Amazon, google, pinterest, no diy or costumes for sale. There’s pictures, but from google they point to pinterest, and from pinterest they point to google.

So, unless you find it in stores, it may be best to make your own with a purple dress, a darker purple sash, and some gold things to tie the sleeves in the front.

Let me know if you find any Megara costumes for kids, or make a DIY tutorial, I’ll feature you here!


Jane – from Tarzan

I have not been able to find a costume for Jane on Amazon, but there are some on Etsy, check out this adorable Jane costume!


Princess ‘Kida’ Kidagakash

Unfortunately, I have not been able to find a kid version of Princess Kida from Atlantis’ outfit. Let me know if you find any Kida costumes for kids, or make a DIY tutorial, I’ll feature you here!

Amazon does have her necklace for sale here, though!


Wendy Darling- from Peter Pan

The mother of the lost boys, not a princess, but an important Disney character!

Check out a tutorial here, however it does require a certain sewing pattern.

Or, just buy one on amazon.

Don’t forget about her friends.


Princess Giselle

Another not so popular princess. You can click on the picture above to get that costume, other than that, let me know if you find any more or a DIY and I’ll include here for everyone to refer to.


Princess Fiona- from Shrek

Another not so popular princess. You can click on the picture above to get that costume, other than that, let me know if you find any more or a DIY and I’ll include here for everyone to refer to. Or, check out the ones below.

Grab Fiona’s Friends, too.


Jessie- Toy Story

Wanna make a Jessie costume yourself, for your little girl?

Find the DIY instructions here!

Or, just buy one, whichever you prefer.


Get Jessies friends, too.


Whether your daughter wants to be like everybody else and be a classic, or newer, Disney princess, or be unique and have a costume that no one else has; I hope you were able to find it on this list. If not, contact me and I”ll work on finding one for you to buy or a tutorial for you to make it yourself.

If you have a tutorial available online for one of the above characters, or another female Disney character you think should be added to this list; let me know and I’ll add it!

Make sure you share this post with all your Disney loving friends!

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