Happy Tinker Bell half weekend! I did this race the very first year and loved it, so I am excited to do it again. When I ran it the first time, I did not dress up. I wore a sequined lime green headband and called it a day.
If you've been following this blog for a while, you'll know that I spent many, many hours making my Donald shirt. I didn't really talk about how long it took me, but trust me, it took way longer then I wanted it too. There were several times during the process that I wanted to throw something. In the end, it was worth it, but man was it frustrating.
After that, I decided costumes should be easy. For right now, the most I am willing to commit to is doing an iron-on. And yes, I continued that commitment for these costumes, so they were quick and easy to pull together!
Since I am going all three races, I needed three costumes ideas. Tinker Bell has always been one of my favorite characters (and Peter Pan one of my favorite movies), so I decided to do all costumes from Peter Pan. Given the theme of this race weekend, I am sure I will not be the only one in any of these costumes!
Let's start with the Neverland 5K! I'm going as Smee!
Fortunately, I already owned the tank (I picked it up a couple of years ago from Gap Body) and the Sparkle Athletic skirt from a previous costume. The only item I needed to pick up was the red hat, which I got from Amazon for a couple of bucks.
For the Tinker Bell 10K, I decided to go with the man himself - Peter Pan.
Unfortunately for this one, I owned nothing. I was worried about finding the shirt, but I was able to get one from Amazon for like $7. It's technical too! I'm pairing it with a kelly green Sparkle Athletic skirt and red feather. I also ordered a matching sparkle visor, but decided to get it too late for it to be delivered in time. I'll be picking that up at the expo.
And of course, the main event - the Tinker Bell Half Marathon. I think it should be no surprise to anyone that I am going as Tinker Bell! She is my favorite after all :)
I ordered the wings and lime green skirt from Sparkle Athletic. For the shirt, I ordered the tank on Amazon and did an iron-on from Etsy show DesignsbyMKC (same person who did my Anna and TOT iron-ons). The tank and skirt colors do match - it just seemed to photograph weird. I order the bow on Etsy as well - they are from miniPanda (a fellow runDisney fan and blogger). I also ordered some white pom poms from Sparklet Athletic for my sneakers that I am picking up at the expo.
So those are my costumes for Tinker Bell weekend! I am a little nervous about the wings, but I am sure it will be fine.
What is everyone else dressing up as for Tinker Bell weekend? Share your costumes in the comments below!