Last week we gave you our favorite every day masks, so that brings us to wedding face masks. I know. Fucking 2020. Who would have thought that you’d have to add a face mask to your wedding shopping list? BUT HERE WE ARE. And since a wedding face mask is probably the last thing you want to be shopping for, we wanted to make it as easy for you as possible.
We focused on the basics last week, but this week it’s all about the fancy fabrics, embellishments and printed masks. Whether simple and luxurious is your style or you lean more towards super glam, there’s a wedding face mask out there for everyone’s style. All that’s missing is one of those chic masks chains that are all over the internet and your wedding accessories game will be second to none 😉. (Or at least: second to one one else in 2020.)
While your original wedding plans—and attire—may have changed, that doesn’t mean you still can’t go all out. Lucky for us, designers quickly caught on that couples might want something a little fancier for their weddings and they delivered. So let’s get to it.
Wedding Face Masks
Sequin Face Covering by Blanka The Label
Obviously, we had to start this roundup off with a bang. This holographic sequin mask is a true show stopper!
Orville Peck Face Mask by Dolly’s D-Lite
Dolly’s D-Lite designed these stunning Orville Peck inspired face masks, for when you want to go big (and boho).
Bead Embellished Mask by Evening Room via Etsy
This embellished mask is perfect if you’re on the hunt for something blue to add to your outfit. (A head full of flowers is of course, optional.)
Beaded Bridal Face Masks by Hushed Commotion
Hushed Commotion is a small womxn owned label that keeps their wedding accessories simple and stunning. So it’s no surprise these masks are among our favorites.
D & G Style Mask by Pabuita via Etsy
You can go white and simple, or big and bold. And sometimes you just have to lean into what 2020 has to offer. Which in this case is wedding flowers… for your face!
Stars in Her Eyes Face Mask by Lirika Matoshi
This face mask from Lirika Matoshi is downright dreamy, and you can absolutely wear it again. (So if you get it for your bridesmaids, that’s at least one thing they’ll re-wear.)
Bridal Beaded Rococo Cosette Fashion Mask by Eyes Nose Lip via Etsy
Sometimes more is more. And this mask will pair perfectly with a beaded wedding gown.
If you’re looking for something on the simple side, this mask from Azazie has you covered, literally.
Dream Come True Face Mask by Lirika Matoshi
Looking to show your pride on your wedding day? Mask up with this beauty from Lirika Matoshi.
Wedding Face Masks by Face Masks by Viktoria via Etsy
And if you need allllll the lace options, Face Masks by Victoria is a one-stop shop.
Small Pearl Luxe Bridal Mask by Whimsey and Thread Shop via Etsy
Pearls are one of 2020’s top wedding trends… and masks are another. (Sad trombone.) But here is a subtle way to give both styles a go.
Light Satin Face Mask by Kar YZ Collection via Etsy
Simple and luxurious face masks for the win! These blush beauties are perfect for bridesmaids, wedding guests, or yup, you.
White Pearl Face Mask by Bling Masks via Etsy
So, the pearl trend but make it EXTRA.
Pleated Silk Face Mask by Nopin via Clothia
Double-layered tulle in all its glory! Pro-tip: Layer up with another mask below this one to be extra safe.
Floral Face Mask by CC Bridal Design via Etsy
The 3D design of this mask makes it practical and pretty… lush.
Bridal Beaded Embellished Mask by Evening Room via Etsy
Alright, this one is stunning. Just look at the beading on the ties, swoon! It’s a VIBE, and goodness knows 2020 needs a vibe.
100% Silk Pleated Mask with Ties by Danenberg Design via Etsy
OK, this one is all about the ties. Something about the longer, wider satin strings makes this look chic AF.
Embroidered Face Mask by Ken Strap Shop
Having a backyard wedding? This floral embroidery on this mask makes it the one for you! (Also it’s so pretty that it’s perfect for a little extra in your everyday.)
Lace Mask and Scrunchie Set via Free People
Because a matching scrunchie is necessary, right?
Polka Dot Pattern Face Mask Matching Set by Sade New York
We can’t forget about the tie wearers out there. A matching mask and tie just bring the whole look together. (Note to designers: we’re really waiting for more masks that match ties, for the dapper folx among us.)
Are you getting a fancy mask for your wedding or keeping it simple? What styles are you loving? Let us know in the comments!