There are two kinds of people when it comes to Halloween costumes. The kind who meticulously plan, sew or prepare their costumes well in advance of Halloween, and then you have the others who wait until the last possible second to pull something together. When my kids were little I used to fall into the first category, but over the years I’ve definitely found myself in the “Oh my goodness we need a costume TOMORROW!” category. If that sounds like you, don’t fret, I have rounded up 15 no-sew group Halloween costume ideas everyone will love!
I recently partnered with Oriental Trading to create this colorful weather trio costume that is ideal for siblings or friends. This no-sew DIY Rain, Sun and Rainbow Halloween costume is sure to brighten any ordinary day. Head over to Oriental Trading Fun365 to get the full tutorial and free download to create this cute costume trio.
Magical fairy or walking garden ornament? Why have one when you can have both! Create a garden themed group costume, including a quick and easy DIY Toadstool Umbrella Costume.
Some year’s it still feels like summer here in Texas around Halloween, which is why I absolutely adore these DIY Lemonade and Ice Cream Stand Halloween costumes from Love the Day.
Looking for a family group costume idea? I love how Crowning Details incorporated her daughter’s favorite princess into a Snow White group costume for the whole family. My favorite part is the Evil Queen and the “poison apple”, seriously so cute and clever!
Rule the board game and Halloween with this clever and simple DIY dice costume. This duo is perfect for siblings or best friends, and Sugar Bee Crafts tutorial makes recreating these an ace in the hole.
Travel to a far away place up in the clouds where caring is everything, and make no-sew Care Bear Costumes. I love that this family embraced their inner Care Bear and brought them to life with inexpensive craft supplies.
Donut you love Halloween! Me too, and I especially love this adorable Sprinkle Donut and Baker costume idea from The Littles and Me.
Can’t decide what to be for Halloween, put the decision to the test with this easy DIY Rock, Paper, Scissor costume idea. This group costume is perfect for school teacher’s, tweens or siblings.
You’ve binge watched the show and you know all of the 80’s pop culture references so, it totally makes sense to rock Stranger Things Halloween costumes this year.
Everyone will be “taco-ing” about your Halloween costumes this year when you dress up as DIY Taco and Hot Sauce. This no-sew costume was made with the Cricut and I can see lots of fun variations with this group costume.
Looking for costume ideas for tweens? You might be thinking to yourself “This is impossible”, but this clever no-sew Alice in Wonderland costume idea proves otherwise.
There will be no such thing as huffing and puffing on Halloween when your group looks this cute! This Three Little Pigs and Big Bad Wolf costume uses regular clothes with a few clever accessories to make it something you can pull together at the last minute.
Whoever said three is a crowd got it all wrong. This 3 Blind Mice group costume is perfect for your trio of besties!
Grab your joystick and create this 80’s throwback Pac Man group costume. I love that both Mr. and Mrs. Pac Man made an appearance, and those ghosts are frightfully fun.
Gather your crazy crew and bring the 3-ring circus trick-or-treating with this adorable DIY Circus Themed Costumes for kids. I am always blown away by Make It & Love It’s Halloween costumes so I knew I had to include this one, even though she did sew these costumes. But, I think you could totally pull this group costume idea together as a no-sew project
If you find yourself running out of time, or ideas when it comes to planning the perfect group costume don’t worry we have your covered with these 15 no-sew Halloween group costume ideas that you can pull together at the last minute.
Looking for more costume inspiration? Make sure you check out the Oriental Trading DIY Costume Contest, where you can vote for your favorite DIY Halloween costume for a chance to win a $50 OTC gift card. The giveaway runs from 9/10 – 10/29 and a winner will be selected randomly each Monday through October 29. At the end, the blogger with the most votes for their costume will win $500 to donate to their charity of choice.