Made in Britain
'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue' ...and you'll be needing one of these too!
Originally minted in 1551, the silver sixpence has been a traditional wedding symbol, thought to have brought luck to brides since the Victorian Era. This beautiful typographic card comes with a genuine silver sixpence for the bride's special day.
The card has been left blank for your own message. This item is also available to be sent directly to your recipient with a handwritten message of your choice.
There is an option to add an additional sixpence to your card, in case your bride wants one in her shoe too!
Made from high quality textured card with Gesso finish, with a genuine minted silver sixpence!
You can choose to send this card directly to your recipient by selecting the 'send directly to recipient' option. Let us know your personalised message and we'll write it beautifully by hand inside. We won't send any paperwork to your recipient; we will instead email the delivery note for your records upon request.
Cards will be sent to the delivery address that you select at the checkout. If you're sending directly to your recipient, do make sure that the delivery address is correct at the checkout. For any orders placed where the customer address and delivery address are the same, we will post directly, packaging the card in cellophane with a blank white envelope for you to write your own message.
Made from 250gsm Gesso Card, with a genuine minted silver sixpence. If ordering without personalised message, card and envelope are packaged in a cellophane bag to keep them in pristine condition.
To see our full range of cards and personalised gifts, follow the Clouds and Currents link, or the 'see seller's full range' link, both on this page.
148mm x 148mm