The best nursery costumes from Sainsbury’s, Amazon, Asda, Argos and more


Have you just received the letter from school saying your child is in a nursery – virtual or otherwise – and wondering what to wear?

While this is a very special time for most parents, it also makes us wonder how we’re going to put together a sheep, star, donkey, or shepherd outfit in time for the show.

We’ve put together a DIY Guide to Nursery Costumes, which can be made from household items and don’t require any sewing.

Read more – 24 awesome Elves ideas on the shelf

But, let’s face it, sometimes it’s a lot easier to buy one in a store or online.

Here’s our roundup of some of the best nursery costumes on sale from places like Amazon, Sainsbury’s, Argos, Asda and more.

Marie costume

Mary’s costume at Tu at Sainsbury’s comes with a baby!

There is a sparkling silver and blue dress with a starry belt and a scarf and a soft “baby” pillow to wear on stage. Just add sandals and you are good to go. Prices start from £ 12. Learn more here

Check out our great Christmas guide on the Brummie Mummies podcast for lots of fun ideas for things to do this holiday season here.

Innkeeper costume

You can get an Innkeeper Costume from George in Asda.

The set includes a hat with a pom pom, a long sleeve satin style dress, a paper lantern and a signage accessory that says “No room at the hostel” for your little one to hold onto.

Prices start from £ 12. Learn more here

Angel costume

There is an angel costume with golden wings and a matching halo available at Peacocks.

This dress up outfit for kids features a cream dress with a gold centerpiece, cap sleeves and glittering gold stars on the front.

Prices start from £ 12. Learn more here

BrumWish 2021 aims to deliver thousands of Christmas gifts to young children in need across our city – the homeless, the vulnerable, children in care and children with little.

This year’s appeal is bigger and better than ever – as we’ve partnered with our # Toys4Birmingham partners including Thrive Together Birmingham, Birmingham Playcare Network, Edgbaston Foundation and Birmingham Forward Steps.

Are also involved Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Barnardo’s, Spurgeon Children’s Charity, The Springfield Project in Sparkhill, St Paul’s Community Development Trust and Your Local Pantry, which operates food centers in 12 locations across Birmingham and the Black Country.

You can purchase a gift from Amazon’s #Brumwish Wishlist here.

Or you can collect and drop off donations of new and nearly new toys and gifts on special donation days at Edgbaston Stadium, B5 7QU, Saturday November 27, Friday December 3 and Saturday December 4, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. where volunteers will be waiting to see you.

New or nearly new, unwrapped, gifts, books and toys for all ages will be accepted.

You can also donate cash, which will go into a fund held by a charitable partner to be used to fill in any gaps or purchase specialized toys for children with additional needs. This is the link to donate.

Shepherd costume

While most costumes seem to cost around £ 12, you can currently purchase a Shepherd’s Outfit on Amazon for a tenner.

It includes a dress with striped edges and a headdress. Just add sandals and a stick to finish it. Learn more here

Sheep costume

And for the sheep to go with the shepherd, Argos has a sheep costume which is a comfy jumpsuit with a head!

This all-in-one costume is made of soft fleece with a black ribbed belly section and a hood with a plush sheep head on it. It has movable eyes and an easy-to-undo one-touch attachment side section.

Prices start from £ 12 at Argos. Learn more here

Please support our #BrumWish 2021 campaign here or visit our #BrumWish Amazon wishlist here

Take a look at our ideas for cheap Christmas events in Birmingham, Christmas train rides and great Christmas shops in the Midlands.

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