Sixpence Coin Wedding Gift Set
Something Old, Something New... a Sixpence in her Shoe
An Original British Sixpence Coin in a clear plastic case, accompanied by a light blue card embellished with a White Ribbon that has the details of the traditional Wedding poem: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence for her shoe.
This rhyme originated in England and symbolized luck for a bride on her wedding day. A sixpence is to be given to the bride to wear it in her left shoe before she walks down the aisle to bring the married couple good luck and great wealth, as well as a very happy marriage.
A Perfect Wedding Gift for a Bride (Gift Ready! It comes in a sky blue gift box with a White Ribbon - Please see photo).
❤ 1 Original British Sixpence Coin Dated 1951 is presented in a clear plastic case
❤ 1 Decorated Card with the Poem
❤ 1 Sky Blue Blue Kraft Paper Gift Box
❤ 1 White Ribbon around the Gift Box
❤ British Sixpence Coin: 3/4 inch diameter (About the same size as a Penny but a little bit thinner and lighter)
❤ Plastic Case for the Coin: 2 inches x 2 inches
❤ Light Blue Kraft Paper Gift Box: 3-5/8 inches x 3-5/8 inches