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Masking Up for Love

Stylish masks for the bride, groom and guests
Laura Cross
Photo courtesy of BHLDN

We are definitely living in the strangest of times. Never could we have predicted a world in which a face mask would be the must-have accessory when attending a wedding. However, here we are residing in an era where covering your face in public is recommended, if not required, for the foreseeable future. 

For those who have spent months, if not years, planning their wedding, this day most certainly looks much different than one could have expected. And while some couples have chosen to postpone indefinitely, many are ready to start their lives together and are electing to carry on in a more intimate fashion.

As we persevere through this wedding season, being able to embrace this historic period while also taking precautionary measures is key when celebrating the day. Whether you are hosting your own wedding or plan on attending one as a guest, wearing a mask is a simple way to protect those around you while also helping to stop the spread. We've found some gorgeous and luxe options to help keep everyone comfortable so they can social distance safely and in style. 

A Bride By Samantha
These 100% sustainable silk & handwashable masks offer comfortable elastic straps and come in various colors. 10% of proceeds will go to healthcare providers.

Claire Pettibone
Bridal designer, Claire Pettibone, has created cloth face masks coined "The Love Mask Collection" in her feminine style to help protect against the spread of Covid-19. The cotton toile masks are designed for women, to cover the nose and mouth without excess bulk. Made of 100% cotton with silk ties that are adjustable around the ears, and tie at the base of the neck, allows the mask to fit comfortably. For every mask sold, Claire Pettibone is donating one to healthcare and frontline workers. 

Luly Yang 
Available on their website, the Luly Yang Design Group is offering couture hand made masks as well as larger quantity "community" face masks. In addition, they are taking custom orders for clients who want masks to coordinate with their bridal gowns. 100% of proceeds benefit our work in sourcing and donating masks to our valued healthcare workers.

BHLDN offers a variety of reusable facemasks by designers Katie May, Plum Pretty Sugar, Violet and Brooks, and Lele Sadoughi. The stylish facemasks are available in patterns and traditional bridal white, as well as blue and grey to tie in with any wedding colour scheme.

David's Bridal
Looking for a mask to match your gown? These fashionable face masks have got you covered - available in various colors and styles, embellished or unadorned to show off one's individual style. 

Milbern Clothing
Milbern Clothing is offering custom masks for their customers to match their suits and suit material. They also carry masks in stock in various colors and floral patterns. 

This comfortable, easy-breathing cloth face mask from Azazie helps protect you from spreading COVID-19. It is decorated with a cute pattern to bring some fun and happiness to this stressful situation.

Maison De Carine
Hand made by the talented seamstresses at Carine's Bridal Atelier, each mask is sewn with thoughtful detail to ensure quality. Cheer up the bride or groom who has postponed their wedding or who is wedding planning from home. 

Rixtine Recognition
Rixtine Recognition offers customized face masks for couples, wedding parties and guests in a variety of colors - screen printing and embroidery also available! 
The Dashery 
The Dashery offers custom-design masks to match any dress or suit. They also offer the option to custom embroider wedding dates or 3-letter initials on to the masks.

Minnesota Bride Planning Checklist!

Brides, grooms, photographers: Get a wedding published in Minnesota Bride magazine! We are looking for fabulous, creative and beautiful weddings that took place in Minnesota. We want to feature couples who have a great story about their engagement, proposal and/or wedding.

UPCOMING DEADLINE: February 5, 2021 (Weddings occurring between August 1, 2020 - January 31, 2021)

Please include as many of the following elements as possible: the couple, flowers, tabletop decor, interesting or innovative signs, favors, seating assignment table, decorative elements, food close-ups, the cake, invitation suite, the church, a view of the entire reception or ceremony scene, bridesmaids or groomsmen with the bride or groom.

  • You must include the following information about each couple: their first and last names, phone number AND email address, date they were married, location of reception site/ceremony.
  • Do not send images that will run in your ad.
  • Do not send the same images you are also sending to other local bridal publications.
  • Do not send out-of-season images, old images or images that have already been published.
  • Do not send all of the photography from the wedding. Edit to your best shots (about 60 per wedding).


We are now only accepting submissions through our online submission site.
Online submission instructions:
  • Click here to find a registration form. Fill out the information and click "create new account."
  • An email will be sent to you allowing you to log into our submission site and set up a password.
  • You are now logged into the site. Whenever you're logged in, you'll see a small camera icon at the top right of the page. Click that icon at any time to go to your profile page, where you'll have the opportunity to submit photos and view any images you have previously submitted.
  • Site limitations: The size can only handle 30MB per upload. You can upload your submission in batches if needed. Batches of 10-15 images might be necessary for larger images. File size suggestion: 1440 pixels x 960 pixels at 300 dpi is about a 1 MB jpeg file.
  • Save: Please click save after you have completed each submission.
  • Proof: Please check that all your photos have uploaded.
  • To log-in again at any time, simply go to
By May 15 if we are publishing one of your weddings. Please email Janet McLaughlin ( if you have not heard from us and would like to submit your weddings to another publication.
We also accept submissions for our website. Email Minnesota Bride Digital Editor Laura Crosswith a link to images as well as basic information about the wedding—date, location, couple's names and bride's contact information.

By submitting these forms, we assume you have received proper releases from any individuals and locations features in the photos. Photos you submit may be featured in the print version of the magazine, on our web site or both and will be credited with the name of your photography business.
By submitting photography or artwork, Tiger Oak Media, Inc is guaranteed that:
a) The use of art in connection with the magazine title will not infringe or violate the rights of any other person or entity, including without limitation, any copyright, trademark or service markright, or violate any applicable law. b) The supplier of the art/photography hereby agrees he/she will obtained adequate and proper releases, permissions, licenses or other authorizations from all persons and entities who or which provide services, materials or rights with respect to the work at the time of submission of final artwork who would claim any interest or right, direct or indirect. Public figures or celebrities are exempt from signing a release.

Contact Minnesota Bride editor Megan White.

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