“Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe.”
This English rhyme is something we recite for brides to tick off their list of good luck charms for their wedding day. Placing a sixpence in the bride‘s shoe symbolizes a wish for a life of wealth and prosperity for the bride and groom. A sixpence is a British coin, about the size of a penny, minted until 1971. They were in circulation until 1980 and are now collected for their good luck charm.
Gift your favorite couple with a lucky sixpence. Each sixpence comes in a little gift box of dried florals and card as a memento of this traditional rhyme.
Genuine Sixpence coin from England.