Dia De Muertos Masks

Dia De Muertos Masks

Catrina sugar skull masks for couples for your Mexican Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations. These masks pay homage to the deceased while celebrating life, and they often feature vibrant and intricate designs.

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Dia de Muertos Masks - Day of the Dead Masquerades

Discover our collection of colorful skull masks celebrating Día de Muertos party. From Catrina couples costumes to delicate floral designs, find Mexican sugar skull masks for your next fiesta. These masquerade masks are not only beautiful but a meaningful addition to Day of the Dead celebrations or costume events!

Intricate & Symbolic Sugar Skull Masks

Sugar skull masks pay tribute to deceased loved ones. Many feature ornate decorations like marigolds, hearts, spiders, butterflies and more. Each element holds symbolic meaning.

Colorful Sugar Skull Masks for Día de Muertos

Our collection of Day of the Dead masks features vibrant sugar skulls and Catrina costumes perfect for celebrations. Find decorative pieces for parties and giftable favors.

Ornate & Symbolic Sugar Skull Masks

Intricately decorated sugar skull face masks pay tribute to the dead. Designs feature symbolic elements like marigolds, spiders, butterflies and more with meaningful representations.

Elegant Catrina & Catrin Couples Costume Masks

Dress up together as the iconic Día de Muertos skeleton duo La Catrina and El Catrin. With her extravagant hat and floral details and his dapper suit, these couples' costume masks are sure to impress!

Decorations for Day of the Dead Parties

Bring color and whimsy to your next celebration by incorporating our masks into the décor. Hang vibrant sugar skull masks around your home, use them as table centerpieces or scatter them across dessert tables.

Customer Reviews

Loved our masks! Even though they didn’t have the matching women’s mask, they suggested a beautiful replacement. We loved them for our masquerade and they were surprisingly comfortable! The quality is incredible. I would definitely order from the seller again.

Kinzey Freels

Everyone who sees this hat loves it! I am a new drag king and you have just leveled me up. Thank you!!

Shandra Mcclanahan

My husband and I wore these for our school’s gala fundraiser with a masquerade theme. They were not only beautiful but lightweight and very comfortable to wear.

Jennifer Madden

My mask was absolutely perfect! I had a tight turnaround time, but the shop was super responsive and accommodating and the mask arrived with plenty of time to spare. I sent photos of my dress and they made me a mask that coordinated beautifully. I even came in second in the best dressed contest! Thank you so much!

Cristina Fernandez

My mask was so much more beautiful than I ever imagined it would be. I only wish I had more masquerade galas to attend! I received several compliments on it. It was comfortable to wear all evening. The seller provided very quick turnaround, and I was so pleased to receive it a day before I expected it to arrive. It’s so pretty that I’m going to find somewhere in my home to use it as decor now that my event is over. Thank you so much!


Amazing to work with. I sent a picture and they matched my daughters dress. Love it! Fast shipping! Great communication!

Katie H.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Day of the Dead masks called?

Day of the Dead masks are commonly referred to as calavera masks or sugar skull masks. Calavera translates to "skull" in Spanish. They are also sometimes called Catrina masks after the iconic skeleton figure La Catrina.

Can you wear a mask for Day of the Dead?

Yes, it is very common to wear masks for Día de Muertos celebrations and parades. Intricate and colorful sugar skull masks are worn to honor deceased loved ones. Masks with La Catrina's face are also popular. Wearing face paint styled into a skull is another way to observe the tradition.

What does the Mexican death mask mean?

Sugar skull masks and calavera imagery hold deep symbolism in Mexican culture. They signify that death is a part of life, not the end. Decorative elements also carry meaning - flowers represent life, spiders symbolize the weaver girl's creation of life, owls indicate transition. So these masks celebrate both death and life.