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THE LUCKY SIXPENCE WEDDING TRADITION
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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue and a Silver Sixpence For Your Shoe...

The sixpence coin has long been associated with bringing good luck to a marriage; the contemporary interpretation of this wedding tradition is for the bride - or her father - to place the coin in her left shoe as a lucky charm to bring the newlyweds financial prosperity, love and happiness!
We are not the only ones who follow this wedding gesture - Sweden also has its own variation of this tradition - before a wedding, the bride's mother gives her a gold coin to put in her right shoe & the bride's father givers her a silver coin to put in her left shoe. The coins represent their wish that their daughter will never be without.

Our lucky silver sixpence coins are genuine circulated British sixpences and therefore could also be used to represent the bride's traditional 'Something Old'!
Each lucky sixpence has been cleaned and polished by hand; and is beautifully presented in our exclusively designed keepsake box - complete with the traditional wedding poem. 
We believe wedding traditions like the lucky silver sixpence should be kept alive - this little keepsake would make a thoughtful gift for any bride-to-be or special treat for yourself!
Real wedding images by Kristian Leven Photography & Lyndsey Goddard Photography