For Halloween, we attend the Fall Festival at our church each year. This year, Autumn decided to dress as Rapunzel from Tangled (in her wedding dress). Since she already has short, brown hair, it fit perfectly with Rapunzel's post-haircut look.
Silas went as Buzz Lightyear. To infinity and beyond...
Halloween (and every other holiday) is tricky for those with food allergies or intolerances. I'll share what I do in case it helps anyone else out there.
Our church has a Trunk-or-Treat at their Fall Festival. Each year, I contact the Children's Pastor to see about how many cars will be there. Then, I assemble sandwich-size Ziploc baggies with non-food prizes for each car. (I usually have enough for my kids plus a few extras.) I tape a note to the bag that explains that the items can be used for anyone that has food allergies or other medical issues that prevent them from having candy.
While the kids play in another area (with Criss and all of the grandparents), I go around and give the bags to all of the cars. Most of them know what I'm doing by now, and I can just hand them the bag. For any newcomers, I stop for a moment and explain to them what I'm doing. It's a lot of work for me, but it allows the kids to participate - and get things they can actually enjoy.