HONOLULU Family 2018 Halloween Costume Contest Winners

See the winners and all the entries in our first photo costume contest.

 

Thanks for sharing all your adorable photos of costumed keiki for our first photo costume contest. Four winners—two individual keiki and two families—won family four-packs of tickets to Wet ’n’ Wild Hawai‘i (and inspired all the moms and dads here at the magazine!). Congratulations to everyone!

 

Share your photos with us all year round #HonoluluFamily.

 

Our winners:

 

This winner was Miguel from Coco at his school’s trunk-or-treat.

 

“The Weinmann family dressed up as the Addams family this year with Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, baby Pubert & Cousin Itt!”

 

“Mommy.always.wins. Well, sort of. After a fight trying to put his outfit on …I improvised while he napped.”

 

“It started with Scooby and somehow transformed on its own into full family participation complete with a cozy coupe.”

 

 

Our amazing entries:

 

“Elysa the gumball machine”

 

“Homemade pirates and ship”

 

“Bruno and Jack 🎃 👻”

 

“creating memories”

 

“This little chicken is ready for Halloween!”

 

“You will always be my greatest adventure” —Ellie Fredricksen, Up

 

 

 

“Happy Hello-ween!”

 

 

“The #SuperSilvaSisters captured #DangerousDaddy.”

 

 

 

“My woodland creatures”

 

 

“Minecraft skeleton pumpkin head with bow and arrow. One side of the head is skeleton, the other side is pumpkin.”

 

“Baby Somers, 8 months 💙 🍍”

 

“So basically I made her so much diy costumes lol … and this is one of them .. Wind up doll.”

 

“Bumble Bee with the overall win.”

 

“Ready to go to the monster mash party!”

 

“Air dancer that you see at car dealerships (homemade costume).”

 

“Homemade Thomas the Tank Engine”

 

“Zoltar Speaks ✨Your wish is granted! ✨ Costume handmade with love by Mom & Dad.”

 

“This year we went as our 3-year-old Matthew’s favorite PBS Kids show, Odd Squad! Even our two teenagers had a great time planning out our costumes and dressing up!”

 

“Edward Scissorshand made by me and my husband with recycled belts and rings.”

 

“My son was a walking kissing booth for Halloween!”

 

“Here’s my Ruby-Doo as a Care Bear! Rainbow Care Bear, perfect for Hawai‘i! :o)”