Handkerchief wedding invitations

This was a beyond ingenius idea for wedding invitations for artist Youngna Park and her fiance Jacob.

A collaboration in the truest sense, the handkerchiefs were designed by Kelli Anderson, then Youngna had the handkerchiefs printed from Spoonflower and then cut and packaged each for guests.  Such a sweet and thoughtful keepsake!  I would DIE to get one of these jewels in the mail!

If you’re interested in learning more about the behind the scenes process, check out Kelli’s post about it hereThanks for sharing Youngna!

[images from Kelli Anderson]

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10 Comments to “Handkerchief wedding invitations”

  1. Peggy Says:

    I love the 10/ten/10 logo!

  2. josie Says:

    I’ve seen this somewhere before I think, I think it’s a lovely idea and a brilliant keepsake.

  3. Lizzie [Ten Thou Bride] Says:

    LOVE them, great keepsake, not enough handkerchiefs going around anymore..

  4. Iridescent Bride Says:

    What a fabulous idea! So unique and I agree, a great keepsake:)

  5. Ireland Says:

    Lovely Idea. Love ewhen I see a new way of doing something.

  6. Delilah @ Do It Yourself Wedding Invitations Says:

    So unique! I love how they pulled all of this together. Just beautiful!

  7. Bao + Tam Huynh Says:

    Creatively designed!

  8. Real wedding: Youngna + Jacob | Brooklyn Bride - Modern Wedding Blog Says:

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  9. Prosklitiria Giota Says:

    Very unique thought. Comes also handy if some of the guests catch a cold!

  10. wedding stationery edinburgh Says:

    I love the craft idea!

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