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At least you wont have to worry about getting the face done…

Bridal masks could be a new trend for weddings this year, a sentence you never thought you’d read… but this is 2020 and nothing is normal.

The Health Minister says small weddings may be able to go ahead in July and one bridal shop in Dublin has a solution.

Angelo Bridal on Dorset street in the capital have begun displaying white silk bridal masks with sequins and jewels to match the dresses on show.

 

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According to the Government road map out of lockdown, small weddings would be permitted by phase four, which is due to begin on July 20.

With bigger ones able to take place in phase 5 but social distancing will have to be observed at all times.

Health Minister Simon Harris says the Government will be working on more detailed guidance about weddings over the next few weeks.