Tying the knot in the Covid-19 era adds an unexpected layer of considerations for couples. While a conventional to-do list includes something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue, today’s wedding checklist begins with couples pondering ways to safely marry in a pandemic. We rounded up seven masks to mark the milestone with fashionable face coverings that will keep you and your guests safe in style.
Fashion in Flight
This beautiful butterfly mask is one of Pettibone’s motifs that celebrates rebirth, renewal, and transformation. The gorgeous face-covering symbolizes beauty and hope in these challenging times as we all galvanize to protect each other. Silk ties create comfort and are adjustable. With each purchase, the company is donating one to area healthcare and front line workers.
Lovely in Lace
This lovely fitted lace multi-layer face mask features white corded lace, sparkling tulle underlay, and is bordered in delicate lace trim. Two adjustable head straps add comfort and security. The added bonus is that with each purchase the company will donate a portion of its proceeds to No Kid Hungry.
Whimsy for Guests
This set of disposable social distancing is the perfect party favor for couples with a sense of humor. The “Quarantined for Life” disposable face masks help slow the spread of airborne diseases with a message that will make your guests smile.
Celebrate your bridesmaids with a monogrammed mask in this super soft and breathable cotton face mask. The masks come in a rainbow of beautiful colors and are adorned with lovely flowers.
Joy and Chaos
Celebrate your bridal brigade with these pretty floral party maks. The soft cotton masks will keep the bride and her tribe safe in a time when we all need to consider the health and safety of others.
Couples tying the knot in warm weather will adore these lightweight and breathable masks. The reusable designs can be washed and reused. Anthropologie partnered with Sanctuary and met its goal of donating 70,000 masks (and still counting!) to GetUsPPE, an organization that works with communities to get PPE to the healthcare workers on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This lovely 3D floral appliques embroidered fashion face mask created by David’s makes a fashion-forward statement while encouraging safe social practices. The reusable embroidered face mask is adorned with 3D floral appliques.
Stacey Marcus is a Boston-based freelance lifestyle writer, publicist and content strategist. Her work has appeared in Boston magazine, Boston Common, Bride & Groom Magazine, Destination I Do, Modern Luxury Weddings Boston and Chicago, Ocean Home and playboy.com among others. A former senior editor at New England Bride Magazine, Stacey is also a publicist for non-profit organizations and small businesses. She is the author of a children’s book, A Bed for Every Bear: Tuck’s Tale. Stacey enjoys writing about travel, trends, and romance.