Yes, Bridal Face Masks Are Definitely a Thing
For those who want to stay safe while saying "I do," but also want to match their dress.
Early on in the pandemic, when sales of designer face masks skyrocketed, we couldn't help but feel, well, icky. To us, our masks were fully about safety and survival — not the next "It" item we spotted on Instagram. However, now that months have passed, wearing a mask has truly become a way of life; something necessary that we grab before heading out the door, along with our shoes. These days, many of us own a handful of patterned and celeb-approved options, and we've also found ourselves thinking about all the brides out there, who plan to say "I do" in a socially-distant setting.
Although many people have postponed their nuptials, others have been sticking with their date and throwing a super small "mini-mony" or "microwedding" instead. Stores such as David's Bridal, Azazie, BHLDN have stepped up to the plate, solving a very new, very 2020 dilemma: creating bridal face masks, or at the very least, ones that include lace, sparkly details, and look great with a wedding dress.
So, if your big day is approaching (or you know someone who can't bear to cancel their wedding yet another time) we've got you covered — literally. We've rounded up a few bridal face masks, ahead, which are both cute and practical.
David's Bridal Crystal I Do Satin Loop Fashion Face Mask
Shop It: $20; davidsbridal.com
Azazie Non-Medical Champagne Lace Reusable Face Mask
Shop It: $7; azazie.com
BHLDN Polly Reusable Face Mask
Shop It: $36; bhldn.com
Lirika Matoshi Daisy Face Mask
Shop It: $50; lirikamatoshi.com
Emily Daws Wadmalaw Reusable Cotton/Linen Face Mask
Shop It: $38; antropologie.com
Bridal Beaded Embellished Cosette Face Covering / Wedding Mask
Shop It: $32; etsy.com
Bronx and Banco Madeline Embellished Lace Reusable Face Mask
Shop It: $45; neimanmarcus.com
Susan Alexandra Cream Floral Face Mask
Shop It: $70; susanalexandra.com
Katie May Disco Ball Face Mask
Shop It: $26; revolve.com