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10 Wedding-Worthy Face Masks for Couples Getting Married

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As you finish putting together your wedding day look, make sure you have the latest must-have accessory on your list: a face mask.

Like it or not, masks are here to stay for the foreseeable future and, for the safety of your guests and wedding vendors, you and your partner will want to wear one on your wedding day, regardless of the size of your attendee list. They’re also a wonderful way to commemorate getting married during such an unprecedented time in history.

No matter what your wedding style is, there is a mask for every occasion. Wedding fashion designers, print companies and artisans have all put their personal touches on mask styles and we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites that are perfect for any occasion.  

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Looking to complete a haute couture wedding look? Bridal fashion brand Winnie Couture has produced their own face masks. Available in solid black, white lace and other styles embellished with crystal beading, 100% of the proceeds from the collection go to Direct Relief.

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If you’re feeling florals, add Plum Pretty Sugar face masks to your wedding plans. Perfect for getting ready (with or without a complementing Plum Pretty Sugar robe) you can grab these masks in packs so you and your crew can snap some colorful photos in an array of floral prints.

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Coordinate your entire look with a face mask from iSSaWrap by Kimmy Waajid, made with premium fabrics from Ghana. iSSaWrap has 15 styles of Unisex Ankara Face Masks to choose from AND you have the option to shop matching headwraps and jewelry to complete your look.

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Hat and accessories designer Eugenia Kim has added her magic touch to masks with an array of face coverings including birdcage veil-inspired, tulle, leopard print and best of all, sequins. These masks are made in real time so plan at least two to four weeks ahead to allow time for them to arrive for your wedding.

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Wedding dress designer Claire Pettibone has added an earthy element to the bridal face mask style with lace butterflies adorning the sides of each mask in The Love Mask Collection, available in ivory and taupe. Additional discounts are applied for ordering in larger quantities making these masks perfect for your wedding party or as gifts for engaged friends.

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If you’re looking for a specific style, craft retail marketplace Etsy is the place to shop. Tell it like it is with a customized face mask, commemorate this unique moment in history with a mask hand-lettered with your wedding date or have your mask detailed with your wedding colors.

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Worried about guests forgetting to bring a mask? Gift them as favors. Customize masks with guests’ names, outfit your wedding party with masks that show off their role in the wedding and let guests know who your family members are.

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With masks recommended for children over the age of two, surprise the little ones involved in your big day with a fun, colorful mask they’ll love so much they actually want to wear it. 

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Show off your newlywed status with a quick change into a custom mask for your reception. Decorate your mask with your new title if you’ve chosen to change you name or have “just married” printed on it to let the world know you’ve found the one.

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These LOVE face masks couldn’t be more applicable! The bold font of these masks from Mashable’s shop gives off a modern vibe, and will look with any wedding style. 

 

Written by Emily Rochotte