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Lucky Sixpence- Bride's Keepsake

Lucky Sixpence- Bride's Keepsake

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- English Sixpence for her Shoe- Lucky Bridal Sixpence Coin. This features a real British currency coin. It has been circulated and may show some wear and tear. The Sixpence was produced until 1971 and ceased to be legal tender in 1980.

A delightful bridal shower gift or a little token keepsake to send to a friend who is marries far away.
Something Old
Something New
Something Borrowed
Something Blue.. And a Silver Sixpence in her Shoe!

Tradition states that if a Bride wears a Sixpence in her Shoe on her Wedding Day that her Marriage will be blessed with Wealth and Prosperity. All those who love the couple will certainly make this wish/prayer for them. It is customary for the sixpence to be presented to the bride by her Father on her wedding day. In the hustle and bustle it can be forgotten by Dad so it often falls to the Mother of the Bride or even the Maid of Honour to think of this detail. Sometimes the bride even buys one for herself! This English Sixpence (dates range from 1948-1960 circulated) comes on a 2x3 inch blue gift card. It is presentation ready and can be mailed to the bride, inserted into a Bridal Shower Card or given to her in the moments before she walks down the aisle.

Why not start a family tradition! The Bride can save the coin and re-affix it to the keepsake card to be saved for the day that she can pass it down to her own daughter.
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Julia  /  ON  /  
Lovely Keepsake

I've ordered several of the lucky sixpence and they have always been well received by the bride-to-be. Most ladies don't realize there is a fifth line to the "something old, something new" tradition. Hits all the sentimental points and is not expensive!