MNSSHP Costume Restrictions


#1

We are attending our very first MNSSHP this year :mickey: and we are looking for costumes now. Can anyone give me infor on the restrictions for costumes at the party?


#2

No tu-tus after 7 pm


#3

Well then, back to the drawing board…


#4

Hope you enjoy your MNSSHP!!

Here is what I could find for the costume rules…

FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD AND OTHERS, PLEASE ADHERE TO THE GUIDELINES BELOW.

Halloween costumes should NOT:
•Obstruct the guest’s view or interfere with their ability to board/unload from attractions and/or the Walt Disney World Resort transportation system (including monorails, ferry boats and motorcoaches).
•Drag on the ground.
•Contain sharp or pointed objects or material that may accidentally stike another guest.
•Be offensive to other guests.
•Contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.


#5

Also, no masks that cover your whole face.


#6

[QUOTE=Goodegirl2007;1090135]Hope you enjoy your MNSSHP!!

Here is what I could find for the costume rules…

FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD AND OTHERS, PLEASE ADHERE TO THE GUIDELINES BELOW.

Halloween costumes should NOT:
•Obstruct the guest’s view or interfere with their ability to board/unload from attractions and/or the Walt Disney World Resort transportation system (including monorails, ferry boats and motorcoaches). Don’t run into people
•Drag on the ground. Don’t trip people.
•Contain sharp or pointed objects or material that may accidentally stike another guest. Don’t stab people.
•Be offensive to other guests. Don’t offend people (duh).
•Contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.[/QUOTE] Don’t get yourself shot.


#7

Costume guidelines for men - no pirates. GAWD has THAT one been done. :laugh: Pirate costumes PERFECTLY ok for women. Arrgh! :whistling


#8

Wow, those are sort of vague rules. “not offensive to other guests” could really be broad and silly. Some people are offended by the slightest and silliest things. I wonder if this has been a problem before.


#9

Yep… I am sure. Although, I have never seen anything too offensive. Mostly pirates and princesses… Some are really cute though…


#10

Pahahaha!!! Keira Knightley/Penelope Cruz fan, are we? :laugh:


#11

We went to PPP several years ago, and many of the adult costumes were seriously revealing! Especially the women who came as Port Royale wenches, etc. It was an eyeful for DS, hahaha!


#12

I thought there was also a rule against adults dressing as Disney characters so as not getting mistaken for CM’s? Maybe that is covered in the full face mask rule?


#13

Deb, I run into this problem all the time. “Hey, are you Prince Charming? Can we have your autograph? My twin sisters think your cute.”

sigh it’s a burden.


#14

I’ve heard that there’s a rule about taking pictures with people or signing autographs as the character you’re dressed up as, but it’s ok for adults to dress up for MNSSHP. Me and my group went as Alice, the Mad Hatter, and the March Hare a few years ago and we had a Disney rep ask to take our picture for MNSSHP brochures & such. :slight_smile:

Outside of MNSSHP though, adults dressing up is a no-no.


#15

[QUOTE=Boss Mouse;1090219]Deb, I run into this problem all the time. “Hey, are you Prince Charming? Can we have your autograph? My twin sisters think your cute.”

sigh it’s a burden.[/QUOTE]

:blow::blink:


#16

[QUOTE=Boss Mouse;1090219]Deb, I run into this problem all the time. “Hey, are you Prince Charming? Can we have your autograph? My twin sisters think your cute.”

sigh it’s a burden.[/QUOTE]

You brave, brave little soldier.:crying:


#17

Yes, how ever does he go on?:glare:


#18

[QUOTE=Boss Mouse;1090219]Deb, I run into this problem all the time. “Hey, are you Prince Charming? Can we have your autograph? My twin sisters think your cute.”

sigh it’s a burden.[/QUOTE]

Ha! Your poor wife…having to share you with the throngs of admirers. :biggrin:


#19

This is the big one!
If you use common sense you should be all right.


#20

How does he ever go on?

Well, just wind him up and stand back.:laugh: