He loves his costume, and proudly exclaims he's a prince for Halloween anytime someone asks. He also loves that little pumpkin and has been playing with it for weeks.
Originally I was going to order a prince costume off Etsy, but the woman making them stopped taking orders before we got around to ordering it (it was so adorable, but the listing is gone so I can't link to it- darn!). I then found a lady making prince t-shirts and almost ordered one, before I realized, duh, I could make one that looks just as good and costs a lot less.
I made the entire costume- not including the pants we already had- for about $27. I bought the t-shirt at Target and the crown at one of those Halloween stores. From JoAnn's I bought pieces of felt, ribbons, buttons and tassels. I don't have a sewing machine so I hand stitched everything on to the shirt. A little time consuming, but it'll hold up better than fabric glue.
If you're wondering where I came up with the design for the costume, I modeled it after the outfit Prince William wore for his wedding. No real reason other than I liked that look and thought it was probably the most recognizable prince outfit.
Tonight we're planning on taking little Prince Harry trick-or-treating for the first time. I'm excited! We'll probably just hit up a few houses but it should be fun. We've been teaching him how to trick-or-treat so hopefully he'll get the idea when he does it for real.
Hope everyone has a spook-tacular Halloween!!