Made in Britain
A beautiful card to present to a bride to be to wish her luck, good fortune & prosperity on her wedding day.
The rhyme: something old, something new, something borrowed something blue & a silver sixpence in your shoe is routed in British wedding tradition. It is thought to bring lasting love, happiness & wealth to the marriage. The sixpence in the rhyme represents prosperity and wealth.
Edamay's sixpence cards have a genuine sixpence attached to the front of the card. This can be removed and used by the bride on her wedding day. Traditionally the sixpence is worn in left shoe (or stuck to the bottom of the shoe). It can also be sewn into hem of dress.
The cards make a great pre-wedding gift or hen party gift & offer a lasting keepsake of the big day.
We are happy to send the cards directly to the bride-to-be with a message of your choice. If you would like us to do this please send the required message along with your order.
The cards have been designed and printed in UK made from thick 350gsm card stock. A genuine sixpence is attached to the top right hand corner of front of card. Supplied with matching envelope and sent in cello bag.
The card measures 10.5cm x 15cm