Every bride should have a Sixpence in her shoe-- so make it special by having it hand stamped with the date, or some initials.
Just let me know at checkout what you'd like on it. (One side only)
These are all from the 50s-60s.
I could even add a hole and small chain so it could be used as a keychain later. Mention this option at checkout if you want it.
Meaning of the Lucky Wedding Sixpence:
The Lucky Sixpence was originally to be given to the bride from her father and placed in her left shoe. He did this to wish her all the blessings a father can give to his daughter. It was to symbolize good health for the couple as well as great wealth. Most important is was to ensure his daughter happiness. It is then typically pass down from generation to generation in a family.
Today the Wedding Sixpence is given to the bride from many sources. It is a popular bridal shower gift, a lovely gift from the bride's father, and is also a keepsake and family heirloom handed down from mother to daughter or father to daughter.
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