I know a (traditionalist) parish where the priest uses the traditional blessing from the Rituale on a box of salt before mass, and then leaves it next to the Holy Water tank with some baggies after Mass so that people can take some Blessed Salt home also.
If I were a priest, I'd weekly (or at least monthly, depending on demand) have a service after Sunday Mass where there'd be at the door a list with all the specific blessings from the rituale listed. And people would come to the list and "sign in," checking any of the blessings that they wanted that week or had that type of item there with them to be blessed. And then I could look through the list, see which blessings were selected that week and then go up (in cope, with the aspergillium and holy water) and ask, for example, "will all those with rosaries to be blessed now come up" or "will the person who wanted a chaplet of st. joseph blessed come up?" or "will the children to be enrolled in the black scapular come up?" or "will those who have food or victuals to be blessed come up" or whatever, and then do those blessings all at once, under one heading, so that the full traditional ceremony could be used...but it would also be done all at once so that I wouldn't have to keep repeating the rosary blessing throughout the week (unless they really needed it right away during the week, of course I wouldnt deny them)...I could just refer them to the Blessing Service on Sundays. And then at the end I'd do the blessing "for anything" for anything people had brought that didnt have a specific separate blessing in the rituale.
I'd like to think that this would help encourage people to get things blessed more often and make traditional blessings a part of their life, and might help some people who feel awkward always bugging the priest to bless different things to have a formal, official time specifically set aside for doing so.
Having a formal official time set aside for blessings would be a blessing! Especially for recent converts (my case) where we have new rosaries, new missals, new crucifixes, medals, etc. etc...... . Maybe I should just invite my parish priest over to supper some night and ask him do the blessings at my home instead of bringing everything to church.