When it comes to your wedding, it’s important to do all that you can to ensure your loved ones feel safe while attending. Even with the smallest of celebrations, wearing a mask is one thing you can do to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. With a small, socially-distanced event, you can still wear an outfit that looks incredible—with a mask that looks great, too. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite stylish face masks for brides, grooms and wedding guests alike.
David Dunkley Fine Millinery, known for amazing hats and fascinators among other millinery, has crafted a unique line of millinery and mask sets, as well as hand-embellished cotton masks with a wire insert. For every mask sold, five masks are donated to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
Head to Dunkley’s Instagram account for more details on how you can get one of these fab face masks.
A favourite for bridal, evening gowns and cocktail attire, Canadian line Narces has designed stunning masks fit for any micro celebration. We especially love this off-white jacquard satin mask, pictured above. For every mask sold, one or more masks are donated to health institutions.
You can purchase masks from Narces here.
Ellie Mae’s printed cotton face masks would look incredible on bridesmaids or your wedding guests—some of the masks are made out of Liberty of London floral fabric, and we’re obsessed! Proceeds from the masks are donated to Feed the Frontlines TO and Black Health Alliance.
You can purchase masks from Ellie Mae here.
Atelier Unttld offers face masks in a variety of designs, including this pleated one, pictured above, that we think would complement any wedding dress. Each mask features a filter and adjustable nose wire to help the mask fit your face better. 10% of sales of the mask go to The Patricia Mackenzie Pavillion.
You can purchase masks from Attelier Unttld here.
Bridal designer Claire Pettibone has crafted elegant masks with patterns and floral and butterfly detailing. The masks feature cotton fabric with a pocket for a filter and silk ties for around the ear and to tie at the base of your neck. For every mask sold, one mask will be donated to heathcare and frontline workers.
You can purchase masks from Claire Pettibone here.
Katie May is selling reusable masks in a variety of fun colours, patterns and designs (they even have kid sizes available, too!). With adjustable head straps and a pocket to insert a filter, these masks can be used long after your wedding celebration.
You can purchase masks from Katie May here.
Contemporary bridal designer Christopher Paunil’s mask designs feature sequins, Canadian-themed designs as well as masks using colourful, metallic fabric.
You can purchase masks from Christopher Paunil here.
Luxurious silk fabric is used for these masks from Cilque, which will give your entire an outfit a more elegant, elevated feel. The silk feels amazing on the skin and is easy to take care of as well.
You can purchase masks from Cilque here.
David’s Bridal has come out with a line of face masks that goes perfectly with bridalwear. Many colourways have already sold out, and the masks are available online only, so make sure to get yours in advance.
You can purchase masks from David’s Bridal here.
These masks by CMPcouture feature lace detailing on cotton with jersey ear straps, and are made in Toronto with locally sourced fabric. The lace makes it a perfect bridal accessory!
You can purchase masks from CMPcouture here.
With amazing ruffle textures and unique patterns, you can ensure that your mask will stand out with one of Greta Constantine’s designs, and for that reason, these masks are perfect for a celebration.
You can purchase masks from Greta Constantine here.
Bridal designer Rita Vinieris’s face masks are sold in packs of two in black—the perfect neutral shade. These are perfect to purchase if you want to provide the masks yourselves for your guests.
You can purchase masks from Rita Vinieris here.