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15 Flowery Costumes for Halloween!

15 Flowery Costumes for Halloween

For those who like to stay away from the spooky stuff, consider one of these charming flower costumes! Who wouldn’t want to be a tulip, a rose garden, or a dogwood for Halloween this year? Check out these imaginative ideas and readymade costumes, after the jump!


  • Flower Hat 1 of 15
    Flower Hat
    This DIY kit includes everything you need to make this adorable flower cap!
    $30 at lullubee
  • Field of Flowers Costume 2 of 15
    Field of Flowers Costume
    This genius DIY post from Oh Happy Day shows you how to make this inexpensive and clever "Field of Flowers" costume.
    Find the full DIY at Oh Happy Day
  • Flower Pot Costume 3 of 15
    Flower Pot Costume
    This adorable flower pot costume includes a hood covered in petals and green leggings for stems!
    $88 at Chasing Fireflies
  • Garden Costume How-To 4 of 15
    Garden Costume How-To
    Learn how to make this sweet garden costume over at Woman's Day.
    Full instructions at Woman's Day
  • Lily of the Valley 5 of 15
    Lily of the Valley
    These lily of the valley costumes remind me of the old-fashioned flower fairy books! Any kid would love this costume!
    Full instructions at Martha Stewart
  • Felt Flower Kits 6 of 15
    Felt Flower Kits
    These kits from the wonderful Purl Soho include everything you need to make a felt flower costume.
    $85 at Purl Soho
  • Rose Garden Costume 7 of 15
    Rose Garden Costume
    This magical rose garden costume is just adorable! Glitter was sprinkled in her hair where she also wears a little picket fence! Silk roses were strewn in her hair and on her clothes.
    More info at Martha Stewart
  • Flower Fairy Costume 8 of 15
    Flower Fairy Costume
    This adorable flower fairy costume includes homemade felt flowers and tulle.
    More info at Aesthetic Outburst
  • Flower Pot of Daisies Costume 9 of 15
    Flower Pot of Daisies Costume
    This costume from Pottery Barn features darling illustrations of daisies. It's sensibly priced too!
    $30 at Pottery Barn Kids
  • Daisy Costume 10 of 15
    Daisy Costume
    Check out this post at Purl Soho that teaches you how to make this charming felt daisy costume.
    Full instructions at Purl Soho
  • Flower Garden Group Costume 11 of 15
    Flower Garden Group Costume
    Consider dressing your child and siblings or their group of friends in a group costume. This flower garden is adorable!
    Full instructions at Martha Stewart
  • Old FAshioned Dogwood Costume 12 of 15
    Old FAshioned Dogwood Costume
    Take inspiration from the past. The horticultural accuracy of these old costumes is astounding!
    More info at The Field Museum photo collection
  • Flower Pot Costume 13 of 15
    Flower Pot Costume
    This darling little flower pot costume is super charming! Get some silk flowers from a craft store and a plastic pot, and you are set!
    $6 at Clumsy Crafter
  • Mother Daughter Costume 14 of 15
    Mother Daughter Costume
    Mom is a tulip and daughter is a rose! These charming costumes are made from crepe paper. Learn how, over at Martha Stewart!
    Full instructions at Martha Stewart
  • Rugosa Rose Costume 15 of 15
    Rugosa Rose Costume
    Vintage Halloween costumes are so inspiring. I like that you can actually tell what these flowers are. This little one was dressed as a rugosa rose!
    More info at The Field Museum photo collection

Top image: Lulubee. All photos from respective sources.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

More from Chelsea:

10 Adorable Vintage Finds for Fall!

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