August 20, 2020

Our Fave Bridal Face Masks

Now that you’re engaged, it’s time to start planning. If you’re a couple planning for a safe and socially distanced wedding amidst close friends and family during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can expect to see one added detail to your wedding planning checklist – face masks!

That’s right folks, we’re here to tell you that although this may not have been in your plans pre-covid, you can certainly still pull off a beautiful (and safe) wedding by donning a gorgeous bridal face mask that jives perfectly with your wedding day decor and theme. With several brands now entering the face mask biz, we’ve come across designs that range from classy and elegant to floral boho styles – providing more versatility for couples who want their personalities to shine through.

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For all you brides and grooms-to-be in 2020 or the foreseeable future, take a look at some of our fave bridal mask collections that we’ve rounded up to help you identify a style that truly speaks to you, your dream day and your bridal party. Not only do these masks scream pretty and safe, but they also contribute to a great cause as designers including the names of Katie May, Chronic Ink and Collina Astrada are contributing a portion of their sale to support local communities and front line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. As wedding planners with a passion to uplift and support our local communities, we are proud to be supporting brands making a positive impact.

Bridal Masks by Lirika Matoshi

Got a thing for fun, unique and vibrant colours that would instantly make you shine in the room? Check out these rad masks by Lirika Matoshi, made with 100% cotton material and designed for a fun celebration. We have to admit, their face masks covered in glittery strawberries and sparkling stars are our fave – after all, we do love a burst of colour and zhuzh at the LBL house!

Bridal Masks by Collina Astrada

Collina Astrada, a platform for social issues and awareness, created by sustainable designer, Hillary Taymour is now making easy to wear and fashion forward masks in various patterns and designs. This brand is truly giving us all the fun Pop-Up Chapel vibes with it’s unique touch and creative design. They’re also sharing their take on creating DIY masks at home – visit their website to learn how you can get in on it for a fun #quarantine activity!

Bridal Masks by Katie May Collection

LA based bridal designer, Katie May, is now designing handmade and super chic face masks making for the most gorgeous pair with your bridal gown. If you’re a couple with kids or have flower girls joining your bridal party, you’ll be pleased to know that Katie May also offers lovely kids masks as well! Comfort, style and safety – it’s all there!

Bridal Masks by Claire Pettibone

Planning for a romantic, vintage or bohemian styled shoot or wedding? Then this is the perfect mask for you! Claire Pettibone is making cloth face masks inspired by her feminine style. These masks are beautifully made with 100% cotton with silk ties for an adjustable tie around the ear. The company is also donating to front line workers for every mask sold.

Bridal Masks by Uttld

Bridal masks for the women who are strong and driven, sensual and confident. That’s the Uttld brand. Designing beautiful and rich face masks made with quality tailoring to empower women and compliment the personal styles of brides wishing to Say I Do in their own way. Check out their collection of bridal masks – from rose pleated and lace to off-white and aqua satin designs, these masks are stunning!

Bridal Masks by Christy Dawn

So, here’s the thing – we love all things sustainable. Decor, planning, clothing, you name it! Here’s one sustainably made face mask we’re absolutely loving by Christy Dawn. Made using sustainable deadstock fabric and sewn in Los Angeles, these reusable and washable masks help divert excess fabric from entering landfills. Plus, they’re so super cute so why not? Brides and grooms, go get ‘em!

Bridal Masks by Daniel Tabois

For a classic bridal mask, we’re leaving this here. From lace satin and mauve lace to beautiful floral textured masks – these stunning Daniel Tabois designs are perfect for the modern bride and groom. Visit their page and learn more about their gorgeous bridal designs and luxury bridal jumpsuits that will surely make you swoon and maybe get one too.

Masks by Pomp & Ceremony Toronto

Stunning prints, bold colours, hand-made and high quality cotton is the highlight for this Toronto based men’s accessories brand who is now selling affordable masks in various Liberty of London Fabrics – grooms and groomsmen, go get your very own Pomp & Ceremony mask!

Masks by Chronic Ink

Known for their creativity and skill in art tattoo designs, the talented team of artists at Chronic Ink are now bringing to the market their new collection of face masks. Inspired by some of their gorgeous tattoo work, these masks are seriously statement pieces for your next monochromatic wedding or really any wedding because they’re all so versatile! What’s even better? These guys are donating 100% of their profits to front line workers. An initiative we are proud to support!

Masks by Tribal Rhythm Vintage Clothing

For the bride and groom with a love for all things vintage and pattern – this one’s for you! Based in the heart of Queen Street, Tribal Rhythm Vintage Clothing is now selling reusable, soft cotton fabric masks of various patterns and styles, perfect for a timeless vintage themed wedding. We reckon these will never go out of style, wedding theme or not!


Love by Lynzie | Toronto Event and Wedding Planner | Event Design | Social Content Creator

Love by Lynzie | Toronto Event and Wedding Planner | Event Design | Social Content Creator