Any bride-to-be can order classic cardstock invites for her wedding, but nothing quite offers the charm and elegance like Benign Objects’ custom-printed vintage style handkerchief invites. Owner and designer Rachel Wiles uses print-screen technology to produce these cute, 100 percent cotton hankies, offering a unique, creative option for future brides to invite their guests to their special day.
Wiles started Benign Objects in 2008 in Minneapolis after creating her first batch of hankies for her own wedding. “I did handkerchief save-the-dates for my wedding, and people really liked them and started asking me to make them,” Wiles says. “That led me to start my own business.”
Other popular products include customized favor bags, invitation suites and of course, hanky invites and save the dates. Prices are determined on an individual basis and vary by design and number, typically taking six to eight weeks to print. Once delivered, they promise a romantic and unforgettable big day, and serve as permanent keepsakes.