Although the UK is currently in lockdown as the coronavirus pandemic continues and weddings are off the cards, we are hoping small ceremonies can take place again soon. Whatever shape or form your wedding day is taking, you may require face masks. But, the good news is, we have found the very best stylish masks for brides, grooms – and even guests. Take a look...
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Face coverings for the bride and groom:
Nothing says #couplegoals like matching masks and these are rather perfect, don't you think?
Mr and Mrs Perfect Masks, from £5.99 each, eBay
If you're a bride-to-be that wants to wow on her wedding day, why not go all out with a decadent beaded mask?
Bridal beaded mask, £29.47, Etsy
Add some sparkle to your wedding day look with this white sequin-embellished face mask with adjustable straps by Katie May at Revolve.
Katie May Disco Ball sequin face mask, £24, Revolve
Counting as your 'something blue', this gorgeous blue lace face mask provides a pretty and practical addition to your wedding day.
Floral face mask, £4.90, Amazon
A chic satin mask will perfectly match your bridal gown – and your maids can have matching ones too!
Bridal satin face mask, £7.50, Etsy
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Wearing a lace dress on your big day? Get a face cover to match with this delicate lace mask featuring a pleated design and elastic ear loops for comfort.
Lace bridal face mask, from £12.18, Etsy
These handmade face masks can be personalised with your name and wedding date, and are available in a range of colours including classic bridal white, to complement your wedding dress.
Mr and Mrs face mask, from £16.95, Etsy
Your 'something blue' is covered with this personalised face mask, on which you can add your name and wedding date. It's also available in a number of other colours, so you can buy masks to match your bridesmaids' dresses too.
Bride personalised face mask, from £4.99, Etsy
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Lingerie brand Cosabella has also launched their own face masks and we love this pleated face mask, which is available in traditional bridal white, as well as blush, grey, blue and lilac to tie in with any wedding colour scheme. For every Cosabella Never Say Never mask sold, the company will donate 20 percent of profits to COVID-19 causes.
Never Say Never Pleated face mask, £15.60, Cosabella
Featuring a pretty watercolour rose print, this non-medical face mask will complement your bridal bouquet.
Pink roses watercolour bouquet mask, £11.15, Redbubble
Accessorise your wedding dress with one of these delicate lace masks, available in your choice of white, ivory, rose and black.
Lace wedding face mask, £7.50, Etsy
These cute bride and groom masks feature a sweet bowtie and a dainty Cupid's arrow illustration, to add a bit of fun to proceedings.
Bride and Groom Mask Set, £5.99, eBay
Wedding party face coverings:
There'll be no doubt of everyone's role in your big day with these custom face coverings, printed for everyone from the bride and groom to your flower girl and ring bearer.
Bridal party custom face mask, £12.99, Etsy
These pretty boho floral masks can be personalised with the wedding role of your loved ones – bridesmaid, maid of honour, mother of the bride etc…
Boho mask, £8.50, Amazon
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Face coverings for wedding guests:
While traditionally you might buy sugared almonds for your wedding favours, personalised face masks may well become the new norm. With the option to add your names and wedding dates, these personalised face masks are not only practical but will be a keepsake for your guests, as a reminder of your post-lockdown wedding.
Personalised wedding masks, from £4.02, Etsy
Add some fun to proceedings with these personalised wedding favours, an easy way to convince your guests to 'Spread Love, Not Germs.'
Spread Love, Not Germs face masks, from £5.63, Etsy
As England operates a tier system, the wedding rules vary around different areas of the country, so do check gov.uk for the latest information.
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