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31+ Stylish Face Masks for Your Wedding

July 7, 2020 | brooke


photos via Whimsy + Row (left) and Daniela Tabois (right)

Needing to outfit your wedding guests and wedding party with stylish face masks due to COVID-19 restrictions? We’ve got you covered (pun intended)! Our team rounded up some of the best face masks on the internet—including a few unexpected options to bring a little fun into your masked wedding day. From bride and groom masks to trendy tie-dye and sustainable options, we hope you will find the perfect solution for your day!

Before you get to scrolling, here are the wedding face mask categories you will find in this post:

  • White face masks
  • Neutral face masks
  • Bride and groom face masks
  • Colorful face masks
  • Floral face masks
  • Embellished face masks
  • Men’s face masks
  • Minimalistic face masks

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White Face Masks


Washable White Face Masks via Whimsy + Row ($10.00)


Bridal Flower Texture Face Mask via Daniela Tabois ($30.00)


Cotton Face Masks via Morange Accessories ($18.50)


Cotton and Linen Face Mask With Adjustable Leather Strands via KnittedLegs ($24.00)


Custom Made Bridal Face Mask via BLUSHFASHION ($43.00+)

Protective Face Mask in Chiara White via Araks ($40.00)


Katie May Disco Ball Face Mask via Revolve ($26.00)


Seersucker White Face Mask via Masque ($19.00)

bride with veil and white lace face mask

Beaded Lace and Satin Adjustable Loop Face Mask via David’s Bridal ($19.95)

Neutral Face Masks


Pleated Mask With Filler Pocket via Hack With Design House ($14.00)


Women’s Satin Nude Straight Cut Face Mask via KGVCX ($35.50)


Scrunched Silk Protective Face Mask via Lurelly ($29.00)

Floral Face Masks


Black Floral Face Mask via Crafts by Jamie CA ($10.62)


Adjustable Flower Face Mask via Textile Trolley ($14.00)


Woven Floral Face Mask via Hey January ($11.99)

Bride and Groom Face Masks


Mr. and Mrs. Face Mask via EverydayBestday ($29.00)


Bride and Groom Face Masks via Eco Friendly Gift Finds ($10.00+)


Custom Wedding Face Masks via Joy and Chaos ($4.99+)

Colorful and Print Face Masks


Kente Wax Print Face Mask via Frank and Myrhh Shop ($15.00)


Haas Brothers Pride Mask via Citizen’s of Humanity ($16.00)


TieDye Face Masks via SHERINME ($11.99)


Limited Edition Face Mask via Alice and Olivia ($12.95)


Reversible Alewa Mask via Akrese Styling ($25.00)

Embellished Face Masks


Roopa Pemmaraju Tie-Back Reusable Face Mask via Anthropologie ($12.00)


Embellished Swarovski Stone Face Mask With Filter via PielFeliz ($15.00)


Designer Fringe Lace Cotton Face Mask via KikiBisous ($42.00)

Men’s Face Masks


5-Pack Men’s Fashion PPE Masks via Sanctuary ($28.00)


XL Men’s Face Mask via Handmade by Honey Buns ($11.49)


Reversible Face Masks via Brixton ($35.00)


100% Cotton Liner Face Masks via Kiriko ($25.00)

Minimalist Face Masks


Solid Reuse-able Face Mask via Urban Outfitters ($8.00)


Love Changes 5-Pack of Adult Face Masks via Nordstrom ($30.00)

We can’t wait to see which of these stylish face masks you and your wedding party rock on the big day! Searching for more COVID-19 style tips? Shop our favorite COVID-19 approved wedding dresses and jumpsuits perfect for any backyard wedding!


photos (from top left to right) via Whimsy + Row, Daniela Tabois, Katie May, and Crafts by Jamie CA

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Uniquely Luxe Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Wedding

July 6, 2020 | brooke

Catherine and Tyler wanted a winter wedding—as they beautifully put it, “there’s something romantic and warm about filling a space with candles, music, food, and loved ones surrounded by snow”—so when they visited the Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, their dream started to fall into place. We’re totally heart-eyes over ever magnificent little detail Blossom Events NYC helped this couple create for their day. From the whimsical floral arch by Aurora Botanica to Catherine’s absolutely jaw-dropping bridal look, we are smitten by all the thoughtful decisions that made this day a true delight. We can’t wait for you to swoon over every gorgeous photograph Elvira Kalviste Photography captured of this sweet couple’s Brooklyn Botanic Gardens wedding!

The Couple:

Catherine & Tyler

The Wedding:

Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

I wanted a high necked lace gown with long sleeves- is it a cliche to site Princess Grace?? I know its been done and done and done but its unavoidable, she’s iconic. I skipped the mock collar of her cape but definitely was inspired by the intricate lace detail. It allowed me to pick a dress with simple lines and silhouette but still feel elegant. I loved my earrings because they were a present from Tyler– we decided to do a morning of gift exchange and he went above and beyond with beautiful white diamond white gold drop earrings that completely set my look for the day. I also treasured the pearl bracelet his mother gave me as a “something borrowed” and the opal rings my sister and I wore matching with each other as my “something new”. 

The biggest stand out memory I have from the day of is the surge of adrenaline and nerves that I felt as the morning progressed until the very moment I would see my future husband for first look photos. The moment I was with him and holding his hand, I felt safe and comfortable like I could conquer the world. The rest of the day and evening went by as a blur, the most fun party of our lives, and all I needed to enjoy it to the max was be reunited with my partner.

The one element of the overall feel of my wedding that was completely outside of my control was the snow- I couldn’t make my snow globe fantasy come true with sheer force of will, but nature was on my side and we got the most beautiful light dusting (just in time for photos) that I had been hoping for.

When we visited the Palm House at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, everything I had imagined for my wedding came into place. The garden was the perfect combination of an iconic New York City venue, as well as homey neighborhood feelings since we live up the street in Crown Heights. Its a magnificent glass dome and I knew that with the right design elements it would be the setting of my dreams. I wanted a classic and timeless aesthetic, but also wanted my husband and I to feel natural and true to ourselves. 

Though Tyler and I opted for black-tie, we didn’t want to make the night stuffy and filled the festivities with plenty of personal touches. As a nod to my Greek heritage, Tyler and I exchanged Stefana (traditional gold leaf crowns) to show our union as a couple and drank wine from a “common cup.” The ceremony was performed by my brother-in-law, who’s been my big brother figure for a decade, which really grounded the ceremony. We walked down the aisle to Claire de Lune, but our recession was to Top Dawg’s rapper Jay Rock, and I quickly changed from my femme pink organza Loeffler Randall pumps to fresh white Air Force 1s to dance the night away.

Possibly my favorite part of my look was my veil- I opted for a Spanish style Mantilla veil that gave my relatively simple gown an alternative edge. But what I loved the most was that I used lace from my mother’s wedding dress to line my veil. My parents have been married for 30 years and I would have been mistaken not to honor the success of their love on my wedding day. I didn’t have a bridal party, I just had my sister as maid of honor and she wore a custom nude silk gown designed by my florist.

Trust in the people that love you and know that their priority is your happiness- everyone is gathering together to share this moment with you and no one will enjoy themselves to the fullest if the couple isn’t happy. So every step of the way with wedding planning, as tempting as it is to ask people their thoughts and opinions, always put yourself and your spouse as number one. You’re allowed to be selfish (within reason, of course) and choose what will give you joy. Throughout the whole process, I couldn’t help but think what my mother would want or what my mother in law would think of these minute details of planning- but when the day come, I had complete trust that what they wanted most of all was for me to enjoy myself. And so we all did.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Elvira Kalviste Photography
Event Planning – Blossom Events NYC
Venue – Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
Floral Design – Aurora Botanica
Catering – Patina Events
DJ – North Jersey Entertainment
Makeup Artist – Andriani Vasiliou
Hair Styling – Jehnna Foster
Wedding Dress – Hushed Commotion
Rentals – PleaseBSeated

 

Congratulations, Catherine and Tyler, and many thanks to Junebug member Elvira Kalviste Photography for sharing their day with us! If you love Elvira’s work, be sure to visit her page in our directory of the world’s best wedding photographers.

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Earthy Cool A-Frame Cabin Elopement in the Woods

We’re feeling all the autumnal vibes with this earthy cool A-frame cabin elopement photoshoot in the woods! Brittney Couture Photography and Bushel and Bee Weddings dreamed up this most perfect day in the woods—and we wish we could jump right into these dreamy photos. If you’d describe yourself as a free-spirited babe, you’re going to want to save these photos of this bride and groom because their style is everything! We’re swooning over their hats, accessories, and the custom bridal jacket that fits perfectly with the hues of brown, tan, and worn gold that deck the reception table. Get ready to fall in love with this day as much as we did!

RECOMMENDED READING: Calling All Fall & Winter Brides: Warm Up Your Look With These Cool Jackets

JUNEBUG TIP:

We’re totally here for bringing along extra accessories to your elopement! Hats, jackets, a fun pair of shoes, etc. can really spice up your bridal portraits.

SHOP SIMILAR HAT STYLES: GiGi Pip Wren Flat Brim Telescope Crown Hat – Off White ($94.00); Rag & Bone Wide Brim Panama Hat ($192.00); Lack of Color Teak Rancher Boat Hat ($149.00); Forever 21 Beaded Bow Trim Fedora ($19.99); ZingLife Panama Hat ($120.00)

 

The Talented Team:

Photography – Brittney Couture Photography
Event Planning, Rentals, & Floral Design – Bushel and Bee Weddings
Venue – Private Residence
Cake – Lady Grey Seattle
Invitation Design – Minted
Makeup Artist & Hair Styling – Divine Touch On-Site HMUA
Wedding Dress – Essense Of Australia via Something Blue Bridal Boutique
Groom’s Apparel – Express

 

Many thanks to Brittney Couture Photography for sharing this styled photoshoot with Junebug! Searching for more cabin elopement goodness? We think you’ll love this burgundy and gold PNW wedding at Cozy River Cabin at Mount Rainier.

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