Greetings fellow Mouse Fans!
Halloween draws ever closer this month and panicked parents begin to haunt the aisles of stores searching for the perfect costume for their trick or treaters. Or if you are like my friend Jennifer, her sewing machine has been smoking as she handmakes costumes for her four, count ’em FOUR, children. Me? My little Dath Vader has been wielding his lightsaber all over the house for two weeks.
Some things to keep in mind if you plan to do any of your trick or treating at a Disney park during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party at WDW or Mickey’s Trick or Treat Party at DL.
of all ages may wear costumes only to the Mickey’s Trick-or-Treat Party event
for which their ticket is valid. Otherwise, costumes are only permitted at
either theme park for Guests ages 9 and under. All costumes must adhere to any
guidelines as determined solely by Disney. Please choose costumes that are not
obstructive, offensive, or violent. Guests may wear masks, but masks must not
obstruct vision and the eyes must be visible at all times. Guests dressed as
Disney characters may not pose for photos or sign autographs for other guests.
Costumes should not drag on the ground, and should not contain sharp or pointed
objects that could strike other guests. Costumes should not contain weapons or
objects which could be mistaken for weapons."
And keep in mind – if you choose to dress like a Disney character, Disney asks that you not pose for photos.
Be well and make magic wherever you go!