5 All Saints' Day Costume Ideas

All Saints' Day is right around the corner! If you're planning a party with loved ones and would like your guests to embrace the spirit of the occasion with costumes, we've put together some simple costume suggestions! You can either visit your nearest thrift store to search for similar attire or click on the links to shop the items below!  

Saint Francis of Assisi

Dress up as beloved and admired Saint Francis of Assisi. Saint Francis of Assisi was a devout Italian friar renowned for his love of nature and animals. He founded the Franciscan Order and embraced a life of simplicity and poverty, embodying the Christian virtues of compassion and humility. His deep connection to God's creation and his famous prayer, the Canticle of the Sun, continue to inspire a profound reverence for all living things. Click to shop the items listed below:

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Saint Gianna Molla

Create a costume inspired by Saint Gianna Molla. Saint Gianna Molla was a devoted Italian pediatrician, wife, and mother. She is known for her unwavering commitment to the sanctity of human life. Despite facing a life-threatening medical condition during her pregnancy, she chose to protect the life of her unborn child and gave birth to a healthy baby before tragically passing away. Her selflessness and dedication to the sanctity of life led to her canonization as a saint in 2004, making her a revered figure in the Catholic Church. Click to shop the items listed below:

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Saint Pio of Pietrelcina

Craft a costume that draws inspiration from Saint Pio of Pietrelcina. Saint Pio of Pietrelcina was an Italian Capuchin friar celebrated for his deep spirituality and supernatural gifts. Known for bearing the stigmata (wounds of Christ) and his unwavering devotion to the sacraments, he spent his life in service, hearing countless confessions and offering spiritual guidance. Saint Pio's profound faith and miracles have left an enduring legacy, and he is venerated as a beloved saint in the Catholic Church. Click the links to shop the items listed below:

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

Dress up like the "Little Flower of Jesus." Saint Thérèse of Lisieux was a French Carmelite nun known for her "Little Way" of spiritual simplicity and devotion. Her deep love for God and her commitment to small acts of kindness and humility made her a beloved figure in the Catholic Church. Despite her short life, she left a profound legacy. She was canonized in 1925 and is often referred to as "The Little Flower." Click the links to shop the items listed below:

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Saint Joseph

Create a costume inspired by Saint Joseph. Saint Joseph is celebrated for his unwavering dedication to his family and his role as the earthly guardian of Jesus. Although he is not known for many words, his actions spoke volumes, embodying the values of hard work, humility, and providing for his loved ones. He is a symbol of the dignity of labor and a source of inspiration for those seeking purpose and fulfillment in their daily work. Saint Joseph's feast day is a day dedicated to honoring the importance of labor and the contributions of workers worldwide. Click the links to shop the items listed below:


Download our free All Saints' Day Guide for more activities and ways to celebrate!

Our All Saints' Day Guide is totally FREE, and filled with creative and fun ways to celebrate this holy day. Click here to download. 

Looking for inspiration on how to celebrate the liturgical seasons and feast days? 

Living The Seasons: Simple Ways To Celebrate The Beauty Of Your Faith Throughout The Year is a full-color guide to creatively celebrate our faith. Each page is filled with beautiful inspiration with effortless directions to celebrate feast days, holy days and seasons within the Church. This will be your resource for living liturgically! Now available to order on our website

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