DIY Starbucks Coffee Costume
It’s been a few years since we dressed up for Halloween. This year, I had our costumes planned out months in advance! Since this would be Gabby’s first Halloween costume, I wanted to do something cute and memorable. After going back and forth between a few ideas, I thought this DIY Starbucks Coffee Costume would be perfect! After all, Starbucks is special to us because it was Andrew’s first job, and he was there for almost five years! Plus, we are coffee lovers. Well, I am… not so much Andrew. He worked at Starbucks but didn’t really care to drink coffee. He would bring his employee drink to me after work! Oh, those were the days! 😉
Since Andrew still had his apron from his days as a Starbucks barista, and most of the other things for the costume would be simple, I thought dressing Gabby as a Starbucks White Mocha Frappuccino would be the cutest thing. It sure was! Plus, I was able to baby-wear for this costume, which made it much more convenient. We had a family costume party in Miami last weekend, and I made the whipped cream headpiece for the costume on the way there! It was super simple to make, cheap and came out pretty decent, so I thought I would share! If you are looking for a quick DIY Halloween costume for a baby this is a great one for any coffee-lovers out there! Enjoy!
Her face when I told her she was a yummy white mocha Frappuccino… Her face when I told her there was no actual coffee nor can she have any until she is older…But she is definitely yummy! My favorite shot!
The details on how I made this DIY Starbucks Coffee Costume:
Baby Carrier: WildBird Ring Sling “Sparrow”
Green Apron: Starbucks or this Plain green apron (cheaper)
Logo: Printed from online but you can get a Sticker here
Whipped Cream Headpiece: Nylon stretchy headband, white gift tissue paper, tape, & a green Starbucks straw
Tutu: Old Navy (Similar)
Cream Onesie: Target (Similar)
Photography: Crystal & Andrew Bolin (Photos of Gabby & I were by Andrew)
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Here’s how we wore it to our family party. If I would have been able to find our other apron, I would have been wearing one too! 😉 iPhone photo taken by my aunt Grace.